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Can an infrared sauna consume up to 600 calories in 30 minutes?

Can an infrared sauna burn up to 600 calories in 30 minutes?

The deep heating of infrared rays will increase the body's core body temperature, dilate blood vessels, accelerate blood pumping, and increase our heart exercise and metabolism, which is equivalent to the effect of jogging. Does it sound unbelievable?

A 2017 study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found that after 30 minutes of using an infrared sauna, users' heart rates increased. A recent Binghamton University study of Jacuzzi infrared saunas also found that, on average, participants who used an infrared sauna 3 times a week for 45 minutes lost 4% body fat over 16 weeks. .

How far infrared saunas work

Far-infrared saunas can be divided into three types according to the different far-infrared emission sources: tourmaline, far-infrared ceramic tubes, and far-infrared heating plates. The working principle of each far-infrared sauna is different.

The working principle of the far-infrared sauna room of tourmaline is to emit a small amount of far-infrared rays after the temperature reaches a certain level. Tourmaline itself cannot conduct electricity directly, so the far-infrared sauna of tourmaline has the highest power consumption among the many far-infrared saunas, so the far-infrared sauna of tourmaline is not common on the market.

The far-infrared ceramic tube will emit far-infrared biological spectrum, and its far-infrared biological spectrum is very close to the wavelength of the human body itself, so the far-infrared of the far-infrared ceramic tube can be better absorbed by the human body. Therefore, the far-infrared sauna room with far-infrared ceramic tube has the advantages of high efficiency, high strength and safety.

The far-infrared heating plate is to match the rhythm of human physiology by emitting far-infrared emission waves with a wavelength of 6-14 microns, so as to achieve the purpose of controlling the temperature.
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