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... I am hoping to gain some info. on saunas. I believe a few people here have purchased them. I am wondering what kind of benefits are you seeing. ... (12 replies)
... thanks for the heads up... you know the kind of dry sauna that has those rocks in them? pretty typical at health club/hotel operations? that is what this one place has that i was considering joining... what kind of sauna is that? no infrared? (12 replies)
... min on high just to start sweating... ... (12 replies)

... You want to make sure you are using an infrared. This is the key. YOu don't have to get up to the hotter temp to penatrate into the skin. With the other saunas you have have higher temps and can't saty in as long. It's better for us to be able to be in for 30 mins. ... (12 replies)
... Last year I joined a health club just to use the sauna. They didn't offer reduced fees for using just the sauna so I paid full price. I also signed up my daughter. cha-ching -- it sure was a lot of clams! I used the sauna for 2 or 3 months but with no consistency whatsoever. The thermometer was broken so I have no idea how hot it got in there. I brought a book, my cell... (12 replies)
... The basement is an option, but I'm not so sure it's a good idea to breathe in the air down there. On my list of things to do is to get all the chemicals, paints, etc out of it though. ... (12 replies)
... unfortunately - the sauna has not helped yet. At first, It wiped me out and I'd be exhausted after. Now, it doesn't wipe me out anymore but no positive outcome yet. I just recently started sitting cross-legged inside it (instead of on the seat) so that I can get my head in there too so we'll see if that helps. Did you have trouble with yours at first, too, or did you see... (12 replies)
... I bought aportable infrared sauna which is a fold up box, where you sit on a seat and your head sticks out the top. It's very silly looking but I can get a good sweat with it and it was a lot cheaper than buying a real sauna. ... (12 replies)
... CJ :wave: , Before you sign up for anything call and ask around for an infrared sauna. I knew in Sachse the Lady of America has an infrared. To get the beneifts that you want that is the only kind to get in. ~P ;) (12 replies)
... Tamks :wave: , The reason the infrared is better...well you can do a search and get more details if you want but it penetrates the body better at lower temps so you can stay in longer and your body retains the heat longer because you can stay in longer at lower temps. I sure hope Santa hears ya!! ~P ;) (12 replies)
... Thank you all so much for all the information!! :) So if I understand correctly, the infared is better because it helps detox better? Is it a light instead of a stream? :confused: Do you want to sweat right away or is it better to work up to it? I never would have thought about taking a shower right away to wash the yuck off, but that sure makes sense that your skin... (12 replies)
... gregonzola :wave: , Only good things here!! Mine is a Saunamax full sauna. I wondered about you not having your head in there because heat escapes through the head and the lyme hides in the head also. You'de probably have better results with a full true infrared sauna. MAke sure you are getting in just at the temp you start to sweat. Otherwise you deplete the body... (12 replies)
... i just responded to a flier for a women's health club that i knew had a sauna and sure enough, for $15 a month, you can choose one area... the wet area includes pool, wet and dry sauna and pool aerobics... not bad. thinking i might do entire club for two months even though pricey... i hate to lose the ground i've gained walking and i know i won't go out when it's cold... ... (12 replies)
... red saunas but i can't find out much about them on the net . ... (1 replies)
... It is a confusing maze out there. Hard to know what to do, even on this board so many people are trying different things. We all have to find what works for us and what we believe in. ... (17 replies)
Low body temp
Jan 14, 2006
... Infrared Saunas range in price. You can get a one person up to a 4 person. ... (10 replies)
Hello,
Oct 20, 2006
... Since the symptoms you are having are not debilitating, and you don't feel that you want to go back on medications, have you considered trying an herbal or holistic program? ... (5 replies)
... had severe limbic damage, and moderate temporal damage, and mild prefrontal cortex damage. I had been on TOA Samento for 4 months and since I could not detox from it I just got sicker and sicker. ... (9 replies)
Sleeperwoken
Sep 13, 2005
... Hi chocolatesprinkle, I know what you mean about winter coming, we're going to be cold again! A few people have tried saunas and said good things about them, I'm thinking about getting one if I can just get myself to spend the money. ... (3 replies)




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