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What is EMF and How Does it Work?

What is EMF? It’s not a stupid question. None of us grew up hearing about it. I first heard about it in 1996 when a friend was staying over and had to unplug the VCR, all the lamps, and the computer in the spare room in order to get to sleep. That person was a… Continue reading →

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Where To Buy The Best Infrared Sauna In Canada

You’ve finally decided to buy an infrared sauna, so you can reap all the benefits that infrared therapy has to offer. The only question is, where do I buy the best infrared sauna in Canada? A quick google search for “best infrared sauna Canada” reveals thousands of hits to sift through. Suddenly, you’re served with… Continue reading →

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What Is Infrared Light, And How Does It Work?

If you’ve researched sauna technology, you may have encountered the terms infrared radiation (IR), infrared therapy, or, most commonly, infrared light. Infrared technology has become increasingly popular in today’s market, with infrared saunas at the forefront. However, few people take the time to understand what infrared light is and how it works before investing their… Continue reading →

Infrared Sauna vs Regular Sauna – What’s the Difference?

Traditional saunas have been around for centuries. Not only are they recommended by medical professionals as a way to rejuvenate your body by “sweating it out,” but they are a key feature of most gyms. And while millions of people swear by them, many of us simply can’t tolerate the extreme temperature of a “regular”… Continue reading →

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What is Infrared Radiation? Everything You Need to Know

Infrared “radiation” is basically heat. It’s heat that radiates from a surface, either the sun, or a manufactured heater. Infrared radiation is heat, not light, measured in the infrared spectrum of the Sun’s electrical field. The word ‘radiation’ generally has a negative connotation, like the controversial effects of microwave radiation from an oven, or your… Continue reading →

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How Do Infrared Heaters Work?

Infrared radiation is a bit of a mystery to some people, but it’s a simple form of radiated heat that has a myriad of benefits you may not expect. Keep reading to learn about how infrared heaters work and why infrared saunas can be such an incredible asset to your health. What Are Infrared Heaters?… Continue reading →

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Red Light Therapy vs Infrared Sauna – What’s the Difference?

Colour light therapy, although not new, has become increasingly popular in the past few years. You may have seen the warrior-style red masks being promoted as the new fountain of youth, or heard of the pain-relieving benefits of Infrared Saunas but never really understood how they work. Red Light Therapy and Infrared Sauna are often… Continue reading →

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What is EMF and How Does it Work?

There’s been a lot of buzz around the EMF or Electromagnetic Field. You may have heard that EMF exposure is bad for you and that the rise in technological devices, industrially and in our own homes, is increasing our exposure to EMFs on a daily basis. You may be wondering though, exactly what is EMF… Continue reading →

6 Common Myths About Infrared Saunas

Having a sauna in your home might sound impossible because of historic requirements that made them off-limits for many homes. However, infrared saunas represent an evolution in saunas and the new design allows anyone to place them in any room of your home, almost overnight. Whether you’re considering getting a 2 person infrared sauna or… Continue reading →

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People Have Loved Saunas for Thousands of Years

Saunas are the most enduring form of community cleansing and relaxation, and continue to be used worldwide for thousands of years. The simplicity of burning wood to heat stones and trigger a sweat made sauna bathing accessible to all cultures, since their most primitive origins.  Sweating to stay healthy was instinctive, and it worked. That’s… Continue reading →