Which type of sauna is best for families?

Offers milder temperature environments - 120 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, the light of infrared saunas penetrates deeper into the body, which means they produce more intense sweat, albeit at a cooler (and more comfortable) temperature.

According to different heating principles, it is divided into: traditional sauna, steam sauna, far infrared sauna

According to the air humidity, saunas can be divided into dry saunas and wet saunas.

Wet steam sauna, that is, convert water into steam through a steam engine or steam furnace, put it in the sauna room, and the air humidity reaches more than 80%. The water vapor in a dry sauna is less than 60%. At present, the common dry steam room heaters on the market include sauna stoves and far-infrared heaters. From the point of view of human physiotherapy, the dry steam room is superior to the wet steam room, and the reason for this result is the humidity and temperature. The air in the wet steam room contains a lot of moisture, so the temperature cannot be raised. As the temperature continues to rise, the humidity of the air in the sauna room will increase, which will also lead to insufficient oxygen content and a feeling of suffocation.

With the development of science and technology, dry sauna is divided into traditional sauna and far infrared sauna. The traditional sauna is a common heating method, that is, splashing water on the sauna stone to generate steam, which drives the temperature of the house. Although there is steam, the humidity of the air in the house does not reach the level of wet steam, so the temperature can also reach higher levels. Far-infrared saunas directly convert electrical energy into far-infrared rays that can be absorbed by the human body.
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