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Nitrogen-Based Vs Electric Cryo Chambers: Which Ones Are Better?

Cryotherapy is gaining popularity and the industry projections have it growing by more than $176 million in 2025.

Whether you are thinking of starting a cryotherapy center or need a cryo chamber for individual uses, there are 2 main options for you to choose from nitrogen-based cryo chambers and electric cryo chambers.  Which type of cryo-chamber should you buy? Here’s a quick overview of both types.

Differences Between Nitrogen and Electric Cryo Machines

The main difference between the 2 types of machines is in the cooling process. Nitrogen-based cryo chambers turn liquid nitrogen into cold gas which is then pumped into the chamber while electric cryo chambers use electricity to compress air and decrease its temperature.

1. Recommended areas of use

Nitrogen-based cryo machines would be perfect for entrepreneurs whose start-up costs are limited. They are ideal for small businesses, start-ups or for those looking to integrate cryotherapy into an existing business since they are cheaper than electric cryo chambers.

Electric cryo machines are a bit expensive and would be ideal for businesses with an established clientele and high frequency of booked cryo sessions.  Hospitals or wellness centers would benefit from this machine.

2. Efficiency

A nitrogen cryo machine takes about 3 minutes to cool down and get ready for a session. Most electric chambers take an average of 2-3 hours.  The high amount of time it takes for the electric cryo-chamber to get ready makes it uneconomical for small businesses with few daily sessions.

After a session, a nitrogen chamber cools down in less than a minute but you will have to wait longer for the electric chamber to resume normal temperatures. On the other hand, you may spend more on liquid nitrogen than you might spend on electric bills.

3. Type of therapy

Nitrogen chambers are used for partial cryotherapy while electric chambers offer full-body cryotherapy. On average, nitrogen chambers use about 7 liters while an electric machine can use up to 250kwh.

4. Other features

  • Mobility – Nitrogen chambers are mobile. They often come on wheels, making them ideal for anyone looking to offer mobile cryotherapy.  Electric chambers are fixed and are ideal for brick and mortar businesses.
  • Yearly maintenance – Electric chambers need yearly maintenance while nitrogen chambers don’t.
  • Repairs – Nitrogen chambers are fairly easy to fix when they break down but electric chambers require onsite technical assistance. This can result in higher down times especially if you have to wait for parts to be imported.
  • Size – Nitrogen chambers are considerably smaller than electric chambers. If space is a concern, start with nitrogen.

Nitrogen-Based Vs Electric Cryochambers: Which One Should You Buy?

Despite both cryo machines having distinct differences, it all boils down to your project requirements. Which chamber do you feel would suit your unique business or individual needs? 

Before making a purchase, analyze each cryo-chamber deeply to ensure that it is within your budget, it is safe, secure, and easy to use and that its maintenance won’t result in high downtimes.

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Cryomed Mini vs CryoSauna Aurora: Which one is more efficient?

Whether you are starting a cryotherapy business or are integrating it into an existing business model, there are several factors you have to consider before making a purchase and efficiency is one of them. 

If you have settled for a 3L cryochamber, there are two great options: Cryomed Mini vs CryoSauna Aurora. Based on their features, which model is more efficient?

Cryomed Mini overview

This cryosauna is a smaller and more affordable version of the Cryomed One cryochamber.1 It was designed for people looking to own a portable cryotherapy unit or start a small cryotherapy business. It is perfect for businesses that only require few features of the Cryomed one chamber.

CryoSauna Aurora

This cryo chamber has water-resistant fabric on the inside that comes in 12 different colors while the exterior is made of fiberglass and is available in 180 different colors. It also comes with an additional accessory kit consisting of step pads and fur boots.

Cryomed Mini vs CryoSauna Aurora features comparison


Both models are compact but have varying sizes. The CryoSauna Aurora is 4 sq. feet and can easily fit through a doorway while the Cryomed Mini is only 1 sq. foot. This makes the Cryomed Mini a great option for home usage while the CryoSauna Aurora would be fitting for a business.

Installation for both cryo chambers is relatively easy.


The Cryomed Mini comes with two nitrogen feeds: one for pressurized tanks and the other for non-pressurized tanks while the CryoSauna Aurora offers these features but in two different models. 

Both models have low nitrogen consumption, come with a 2 year warranty, and are CE certified.


Both models are cost-effective and the prices vary based on the preferred features. If you are looking for a cryo-chamber and are on a budget, either model would do. They are both customizable in terms of color and additional features and the quotes are often personalized for your unique needs.

Additional features

The Cryomed Mini comes with a Bluetooth audio system that enables the user to listen to their favorite music during the session. The manufacturers also offer the option of a tablet to keep the user entertained with videos or where you can showcase your promos and step pads for height adjustment.

The CryoSauna Aurora allows for remote maintenance or diagnostics using the internet and a control panel that has a touch screen feature (10 inch). It also gives you the option to alter the size (width or height) and allows for customization of the outer shell with your logo.

Cryomed Mini vs CryoSauna Aurora conclusion

The Cryomed Mini and CryoSauna Aurora are both compact, have a two-year warranty, and are efficient in terms of nitrogen consumption. However, they do have varying features. The Cryomed Mini comes with a dual nitrogen feed while the Cryosauna Aurora offers the same feature but on two different models, the Cryosauna Aurora is however bigger in terms of size.

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Does Cryotherapy Help Jet Lag?

Will doing cryotherapy help relieve jet lag? People who travel often experience a disruption in their sleep patterns. This leads to poor performance and can lead to poor health if not addressed. With all of the remedies out there, can cryotherapy help jet lag for tired travelers?

Does cryotherapy help with jet lag?

Jet Lag Can Be Relieved with Cryotherapy

“Circadian dysrhythmia” is primarily caused by crossing “two or more time zones. Jet lag occurs because crossing multiple time zones puts your internal clock or circadian rhythms, which regulate your sleep-wake cycle, out of sync with the time in your new locale.”¹ This can cause serious problems for people, especially if they have important business or an athletic competition. Symptoms can be uncomfortable, and according to the Mayo Clinic may include:

  • Disturbed sleep — such as insomnia, early waking or excessive sleepiness
  • Daytime fatigue
  • Difficulty concentrating or functioning at your usual level
  • Stomach problems, constipation or diarrhea
  • A general feeling of not being well
  • Mood changes

Cryotherapy can help immensely with all of these symptoms to reduce or relieve them.

Cryotherapy and Fatigue

One of the quick benefits of cryotherapy is an immediate alertness, similar to taking a cold shower or jumping into a cold pool. Jet lag can harm your ability to function at your top levels, especially if you have a meeting or presentation. For this reason many executives who travel to Europe use whole body cryotherapy to combat jet lag and help them get their job done.

Cryotherapy and Gastrointestinal Discomfort

Many people have experienced stomach discomfort from travel and having their regular routines disrupted. While cryotherapy in and of itself is unlikely to relieve stomach aches it can help with sleep patterns.² This may likely result getting used to the new time zone in less time, resulting in a more regular sleeping, eating, and thus gastrointestinal routine.

Jet Lag and Regular Cryotherapy Treatment

Many peer-reviewed clinical studies have found profound positive effects of having cryotherapy as part of a regular treatment routine. These include:

These studies have furthered the interest in cryotherapy as an addition to a healthy lifestyle. For those that travel often whole body cryotherapy may be effective in helping you feel better from jet lag.

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Will Cryotherapy Help Baseball Spring Training?

Major League Baseball will be returning for spring training on July 1st, 2020. Will cryotherapy help baseball players perform at peak levels after the quarantine? Furthermore, with hamstring injuries being “the most common injury for professional baseball players” teams must use proactive recovery for player safety.¹

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Cryotherapy can help baseball

Help! Baseball Injuries Are On the Rise

In the years between 2011 and 2016 there were 2633 hamstring strains in the MLB, and the number was growing. The MLB determined that a hamstring strain removes a player for an average of 24 weeks. Now that COVID-19 has put baseball on the sidelines for a significant time greater risks have arisen. Players are excited to return, but have not trained regularly. Team owners are excited to return, but are pushing for wins and aggressive play. Older players worry this may be their last season and might play harder than normal, adding unnecessary injury-risk to their bodies. Many are turning to cryotherapy to help with their baseball.

Is Cryotherapy Safe during COVID?

MLB has approved whole body cryotherapy for single-use cryosaunas. Cryotherapy in this method allows for social distancing and does not require the player to touch anything. Facemasks are easily worn in the cryosauna and actually provide a sense of comfort to the player. Additionally, viruses are not known to survive long on dry surfaces. Modern cryosaunas do not require a dry-out period, meaning that their inside surfaces remain dry even after multiple sessions. Moreover, advanced cryosaunas are lined with anti-microbial fabric; any germs landing on it will soon be unable to survive.

Benefits of Cryotherapy for Health

Finally, with the current pandemic many people are becoming concerned about their immune systems. While cryotherapy all by iteself cannot necessarily improve your immune system it can help you enjoy a more active life. Cryotherapy helps reduce inflammation and muscle soreness, allowing you to exercise longer and more frequently.² Sports teams have found that cryo allows their players to compete with more confidence and aggression. Many professional athletes attribute their reduced fear of injury–and confidence–in whole body cryotherapy.

  1. Okoroha KR, Conte S, Makhni EC, et al. Hamstring Injury Trends in Major and Minor League Baseball: Epidemiological Findings From the Major League Baseball Health and Injury Tracking System. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(7):2325967119861064. Published 2019 Jul 30. doi:10.1177/2325967119861064
  3. Photo by Matt Slocum/AP/REX/Shutterstock (10220334g) Bryce Harper, Jorge Alfaro. Philadelphia Phillies’ Bryce Harper, left, hits a two-run double off Miami Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Richards during the second inning of a baseball game, in Philadelphia. At right is Marlins catcher Jorge Alfaro Marlins Phillies Baseball, Philadelphia, USA – 27 Apr 2019
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A Quick Comparison of Cryoness Cryosauna vs Cryo Arctic

Whole body cryotherapy has become famous for its therapeutic benefits as well as aesthetic ones. Celebrities and athletes are embracing this treatment option, accelerating the growth of the cryotherapy industry. 

The cryoness is a cryosauna machine while the cryo arctic is a cryochamber. While the idea is still the same, they both have profound differences. Here is a quick comparison of Cryoness Cryosauna vs Cryo Arctic.

Cryoness cryosauna Overview

This cryotherapy machine is a whole body cryosauna machine and is a product of Cryoness Devices.1 It is a great option for business owners looking to get into the cryotherapy business without incurring high equipment costs.

Cryo arctic overview

This full body cryo chamber is a product of CRYO Science2 and uses state of the art technology to simplify cryotherapy. This makes it a great option for business owners looking for an easy-to-operate cryotherapy machine.  

Cryoness Cryosauna vs Cryo Arctic features comparison


Both machines can only accommodate one user at a time but the Cryo arctic is more spacious. This extra room allows the client to move around the chamber freely without feeling like they are in an enclosed space. 

The cryoness sauna, on the other hand, is smaller in size making it easy to integrate onto an existing business with minimal space. It also has a weight limit of 500lbs and can accommodate people with a height of 6’7”.

Whole Body Cryotherapy

The cryo arctic and the cryoness cryosauna are both designed for full-body cryotherapy. However, the Cryo arctic comes with an adjustable window that makes it possible to offer either full or partial body cryotherapy. This makes it perfect for a business setting as it gives clients alternatives to pick from.

The cryoness cryosauna comes with a touch screen display that makes the whole cryotherapy experience more interactive.


Both machines have safety features in place. The cryoness cryosauna has an automatic circulation system that ensures the cryo cabin is cool before a session begins. It also comes with a nitrogen exhaust system that gets rid of leftover nitrogen from the capsule.

The Cryo arctic machine ensures that users only come into contact with breathable air and not the nitrogen. It also has a smart tech feature that’s Wi-Fi enabled and allows operators to provide technical assistance when needed.


Both machines provide you with customizable options and are easy to assemble. The cryoness cryosauna has an efficient and innovative design with a modern touch to it while the cryo arctic is more luxurious. It comes with a premium sound system that allows a user to listen to their favorite jams while still in touch with the operator.

Cryoness Cryosauna vs Cryo Arctic; which one is the best option for your business?

The Cryo Arctic would be a great option for a business owner using a standalone business model while the cryoness cryosauna is easily Integretable into an existing business due to its ergonomic design. Both machines have a 2 year warranty.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Cryotherapy

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Rheumatoid Arthritis can cause severe pain in joints.

In 1978 Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and cryotherapy connected when Dr. Toshiro Yamauchi invented the first process. Dr. Yamauchi began using freezing-cold temperatures to treat RA in small areas of the body (e.g., hands), and the pain relief became well known. Fast forward 42 years later: patients can now use cryotherapy chambers for treating their entire body. RA is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation when the body mistakes normal synovial fluid and tissue as a foreign invader.

Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis with Cryotherapy

Whole Body Cryotherapy can help treat the symptoms of RA through its ability to reduce the inflammation response. Researchers believe this is “in part due to the action on the production, release, or degradation of histamine.”(1). Histamine is found in nearly every tissue in our body. Upon release it causes a contraction of smooth muscle tissue and a dilation of blood vessels, often observed as a reddened swelling. As a result people with RA suffer horrible pain by simply doing basic daily routines such as opening containers or tying shoes.

Is it a cure?

No, cryotherapy is not a cure for RA or for any disease. However, cold therapies can reduce pain significantly, and whole body cryotherapy treats the entire person quickly. Cryotherapy works by chilling the body surface down 30-40 degrees to cause a vasoconstriction of the skeletal muscle blood vessels. This pushes the blood to the body’s core to keep the internal organs warm. Because of the sudden and lasting cold the body interprets the situation as a potential threat. The brain releases endorphins and inflammation-reducing enzymes to repair any potential injury. Once the cryotherapy session is over the oxygen rich and nutrient dense blood returns to the surface areas and helps to reduce inflammation naturally. Less inflammation can mean less pain, and increased endorphins in the body add to a more pleasant feeling throughout the day.

Cryotherapy as Routine Treatment

People suffering from RA often develop treatment routines to help them cope with the pain. Many are beginning to use cryotherapy as a part of their treatment regimen three times per week and are reporting significant pain relief. I have personally witnessed RA patients in my practice report decreased pain and (surprisingly) better sleep from not waking up in pain. This improves quality of life and as a drug-free treatment it is easy to add without conflicting with medications.

Learn more about the benefits of cryotherapy and go through the many cryotherapy clinical studies.

NOTICE: Information contained within this website and on all materials, communications, or presentations by Cryo Innovations and Cryo Recovery Lounge is for informational purposes only.  Whole Body Cryotherapy, infrared sauna, hyperbaric chamber, and any and all recovery methods described and/or offered by Cryo Recovery Lounge or Cryo Innovations are neither designed nor advised for treatment or cure of any illness or disease.  No cryotherapy chambers (including the XR) have been tested or approved by the FDA.  Please consult with your medical professional before beginning any cryotherapy or recovery method.  All material contained within this site is copyrighted and may not be reproduced in any form without prior written permission. All rights reserved. For permissions contact Cryo Innovations.

  1. Wojtecka-Lukasik, E., Ksiezopolska-Orlowska, K., Gaszewska, E. et al. Cryotherapy decreases histamine levels in the blood of patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Inflamm. Res.59, 253–255 (2010).
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How Will You Open After COVID?

America Wants to Return to Work

With many states and counties relaxing social distancing guidelines cryotherapy businesses are reopening and reinventing new ways to find and retain clients. How will you open your doors in the “new normal” economy?

Survive to Thrive

Small businesses in the United States learned a valuable lesson after the housing market crisis of 2008. Many businesses went bankrupt and their clients were forced to search elsewhere for services. The surviving businesses quickly found their salvation in identifying those clients and converting them into repeated customers. The same pattern is expected for cryotherapy businesses.

You Didn’t Come This Far To Fail

Do you remember starting your business? Long nights planning, meetings with banks, attorneys, contractors, and everyone else under the sun? It wasn’t easy, but you fought against the temptation to fail and you did it. You may have been closed down for two months but that doesn’t mean you are absolutely knocked out. Now is the time to fight for your business, and your competitors will either fight to win or fail. For those that fail you can position yourself now to be ready to benefit. Some will offer customer lists, others may offer equipment or lease takeovers. If you have the ability to do it you should expand.

Reopening Strategies

Two major strategies helped businesses in the 2008 recession survive: discount packages and aggressive marketing.

  • Discount packages: While most cryo businesses already have discount or package pricing those deals were based upon a booming economy. In fact, our economy was the longest growing economy in the history of our nation. Those days may be long gone, so discounts must be repriced. This is your chance to undercut your competitors simply by reducing your price by a few dollars. Others have realized success in offering goal-rewards. These deals work by rewarding clients with a free service after completing a specified number of cryo sessions.
  • Marketing: One aspect of marketing that we always hear is not being used is Instagram marketing. Every cryotherapy company has an Instagram account, but very few are actually paying for advertisements. These advertisements are not expensive, and more importantly they are able to target specific areas of your city, such as your competitors’ areas. Remember, many people are spending more time on social media right now due to the quarantine. Advertise your deals, target your ideal clients, and make those connections.

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Group Sports and Coronavirus

How can we keep our kids healthy during this pandemic of COVID-19? Many parents and student-athletes are concerned about group gatherings and rightly so. Both federal and state governments have issued guidance that people should not meet in groups larger than 10 people. But many athletes have been training for years to earn a college scholarship. Should they actually stop practicing if they are healthy and not sick? I hear the questions everyday:

  • Will a senior lose their chance at a scholarship?
  • How can a sports team practice as a group now?
  • How can someone competing for a scholarship train effectively?

How COVID-19 is Spread

The novel coronavirus (aka COVID-19) is spread by droplet. That means it is present in sneezes, coughs, mucus, and saliva. According to Harvard University COVID-19 can survive for a long time on different surfaces.

A recent study found that the COVID-19 coronavirus can survive up to four hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard, and up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel. The researchers also found that this virus can hang out as droplets in the air for up to three hours before they fall. But most often they will fall more quickly.

Explaining this pandemic to your kids is not as easy as it seems. The Mayo Clinic has published an excellent article on this that we have reviewed. You can access it through this link here.

Is It Safe To Play Sports?

With our kids at home all day it is a relief to know that they can still receive expert coaching and some outside time. The CDC has told all of us to practice social distancing of six feet.

What To Do If You Are Sick

If you show symptoms of illness, such as coughing, running nose, or a fever, then you should not play sports. Part of being on a team is to know when your actions are not helping the team as a group. If you are sick you might get the entire group sick. Don’t feel guilty for not showing up while sick. Follow your doctor’s orders and stay inside for as long as they say you should.

Should We All Just Stay Inside?

Isolating oneself and social distancing are effective measures and should be used as often as possible. Staying inside may become part of a county wide “shelter in place” order. If that happens here is an at-home list of exercises each student can do to stay sports ready:

  • 30 second plank
  • 10 push ups
  • 10 squats
  • 10 lunges
  • 10 sit ups

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What’s Your Cryotherapy Chamber Worth?

Is your Cryo a Porshe…or a Toyota?

Have you ever thought about what your cryotherapy chamber is actually worth? If your business simply did not work and you had to sell your chamber how much of your investment could you recover? While this is not a comfortable subject it is a necessary one. What if your cryotherapy business fails?

What's your cryotherapy chamber worth?  Logo with frost on it.
What’s your cryotherapy chamber worth?

Do you have an asset or liability?

Spending 40 to 100 thousand dollars on equipment is a big decision. When your business is doing great and you can sell a lot of cryotherapy sessions your chamber is an asset. But what if business stops? Will you be able to sell it, or end up with it in your garage at home? The financial education guru Robert Kiyosaki has taught for over 25 years that “an asset puts money in your pocket, and a liability takes money out of your pocket.” Once you stop making money in cryo your expensive chamber becomes an instant liability.

Best Resale Value – what is your backup plan?

As a consultant I often ask entrepreneurs what plans they have in place if they lose their business. The number one answer is always “I’ll just sell my chamber.” But is it that easy? A quick search on eBay reveals an average of 25 chambers for sale at any given time, and many have been there for months. My search today found (in alphabetical order):

  • Active Cryo (multiple units)
  • CryoMed (two)
  • CryoUSA
  • Impact (multiple units)
  • Juka (multiple units)
  • My Cryo (two)
  • Mobile Cryo units in trailers (three for sale)
  • Revo Mobile

The market for used chambers is already saturated, and none of the units are selling for even half of their original purchase price.

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A used cryotherapy chamber is not worth much these days….

What’s Your Cryotherapy Chamber Really Worth?

Your chamber is only worth what someone will pay for it, and right now nobody is buying used chambers for more than 50% of the retail price. Chamber pricing models are similar to automobiles: it’s only new until you buy it, and it must be a quality or unique vehicle to hold its value. Once it becomes used the inherent value plummets. The question you need to ask yourself is if your chamber is a quality machine that holds value.

Did you buy a Porshe or a Toyota?

From my personal experience with vehicles I discovered the hard truth of inherent value. I have owned a brand new Porshe 911 and a brand new Toyota Camry in my adult life. When I traded in the Porshe I only lost $14,000 from the original purchase price. But when I traded in my Camry I didn’t even receive half of its original value. The Porshe it turns out is a superior vehicle with a constant market demand, although it was impractical after I had my first child. The Camry was a great family car but for resale it is just too common and simply not a special car.

Compare your cryotherapy chamber with the laundry list of chambers for sale on eBay. There are some models that are noticeably absent simply because they have kept their owners in business or they kept their resale value high and sold quickly.

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What is Infrared Sauna Therapy?

Infrared sauna therapy is a time-transcendent recovery method that results in a plethora of health benefits. Since the beginning of humanity different forms of sauna therapy benefited people on every continent. Even before recorded history humans have used heat–in the form of fire–for connecting with their spirituality, social groups and most importantly to achieve medicinal advantages. Anthropologists have found that across the planet early civilizations have manufactured systems of controlled heat to intentionally induce and encourage sweating.

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The First Infrared Sauna Therapy was… Coals?

The marriage between cutting-edge scientific innovations and age-old medicinal practices has created a wave of endless health and wellness benefits. With the emergence of electricity in the late 19th century heat therapy began to take a superior path led by nutritionist and health activist, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg. Dr. Kellogg wanted to expand on the wonderful health benefits of excessive sweating and in turn invented the world’s first “Incandescent Light Bath.” In this new-age sauna patients would enter a cabinet-like structure heated with exposed light bulbs. Scientists discovered the penetration ability of these incandescent bulbs came from the emission of infrared light. Therefore infrared light was to credit for the higher amounts of emitted sweat and increased detoxification. As a result, infrared light has become the leading technology in this modern age of sauna therapy.

Infrared Sauna Therapy Today

So what are the exact reasons why Infrared Sauna Therapy has been so popularized? The health benefits are endless. From skin care to cardiovascular advantages, infrared sauna treatment seems to specifically result in enhanced health and wellness. Some notable benefits include the following:

  • Detoxification
  • Stress relief
  • Joint and muscle pain relief
  • Weight loss
  • Increased metabolism
  • Immune system support
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Heart health
  • Disappearance of cellulite
  • Better sleep

Many people associate infrared sauna therapy with youthful and beautiful skin. For example, the ageless Jennifer Aniston regularly uses infrared sauna therapy as a natural way of maintaining her flawless skin and body. Detoxification is a vital element in achieving truly healthy skin. Sweating allows us to get rid of bodily toxins such as lead, mercury, alcohol and sulfuric acid. Moreover, daily sauna sessions promote skin vitality by increasing blood circulation, sweat gland activity and pore cleansing.

Athletic Benefits

Athletes are also avid users of infrared saunas as a way to reduce muscle and joint pain. By using heat therapy the release of anti-inflammatory compounds such as noradrenaline, adrenaline and cortisol is increased, relieving pain and muscle soreness. Moreover, these anti-inflammatory compounds result in a positive stress on the body that produces natural pain-killing endorphins. Many Olympians also use infrared saunas as a way to warm up their bodies quickly and comfortably before training. Sauna therapy has been linked to an increase in blood-plasma volume and flow to the heart. Therefore, performance and endurance is also increased as greater amounts of blood are able to flow.

Infrared Light & Weight Loss

Weight loss and increased metabolic function is also another great reason why you should invest in infrared sauna therapy. A single 30-minute infrared sauna session burns an average of 300-800 calories. To put this into perspective, a 2 to 3 mile run burns around 300 calories and peak output on a rowing machine burns about 600 calories in a half an hour. With sauna therapy, the weight of the water loss from the excessive sweating returns by drinking water; however, the calories consumed will not be. Metabolism increases as the body increases sweat production to cool itself, the heart works harder to pump blood while boosting circulation all the while burning more calories.

Overall, Infrared Sauna Therapy has endless health benefits for the body and is both safe and reliable. From places like hospitals to space stations, infrared is used daily. Hospitals use infrared to warm newborn babies which is completely safe on their soft skin. Infrared is also trusted by NASA which uses it as a heat source in the International Space Station.