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Infrared Sauna

Infrared saunas differ from traditional Finnish saunas and Turkish steam rooms, which for some are intolerable due to their excessive heat and humidity and may drop blood pressure or cause discomfort. Also, the need to take a cold shower post-sauna is not pleasant for everyone. An infrared sauna is a “dry heat bath” which gives a pleasant and relaxing sensation of wellness, and feels similar to sunbathing. The main difference is the use of invisible infrared light, which directly heats the body without overheating the air.
The body absorbs more heat produced by infrared light compared to the hot air of a traditional sauna. Also, you can enjoy cooler temperatures in an infrared sauna, as low as 60°C, without sacrificing efficacy (compared to traditional saunas that can reach 80°- 90°C).

This type of sauna is treasured by both skiers and cyclists that either bike through the trails of the nature parks during summer or compete in the Transalp Challenge: an important race for amateurs in Germany, just as the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France.
 
 
 
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