Let's face it, after a long workout it's nice to relax in a Sauna. For me, it's like meditation time. But what effects does this time really have on your body. I came across an article posted by the famous Jillian Michaels that stated this "You won't burn fat from sitting in a sauna after exercise. Most of the weight loss during a sauna session occurs because of fluid loss. You should immediately replace the fluid to prevent dehydration by drinking plenty of water, at least six to eight 8-ounce glasses daily."
Basically, you may be doing your body more harm by sitting for extended lengths of time. The weight you think you lose in a Sauna will immediately come back once you replace those fluids. Since the heat is not applied directly to your muscles, there is no extra benefit for them either.
So how does the Sauna Blanket differ? The Sauna blanket uses FIR waves to penetrate just below the skin to help break down the fat cells. Yes you will sweat as the blanket heats up, and yes you will also need to replace the fluids lost. But over time, these fat cells are broken up and excreted through your body as waste. You will begin to notice those excess fat build up sites, begin to diminish, such as love handles and cellulite. It also helps remove toxins in the same manner as well. I like to use spa mud to assist in the removal of toxins and toning of skin as I lay in it.
Because you lay directly in the blanket, it also helps ease muscle pain and achy joint pain. The heat helps penetrate better using the FIR waves, than a traditional heating pad.
When used in a quiet room or in a serene place it will help eliminate stress and help increase focus and assist in increasing your metabolism as well. You can relax in a traditional Sauna, but is it portable like the Sauna Blanket?
The Sauna Blanket has many more advantages and health benefits than a traditional Sauna. If you haven't tried one before, order yours today and see what you've been missing.