Infrared sauna heaters series

Recently, I’ve covered a lot of infrared sauna heater questions. I tried to show both my own opinion and the facts. Here is the list of all articles about infrared sauna heaters I’ve wrote in these series:

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2 Responses to “Infrared sauna heaters series”

  1. susan Says:

    Ive been all over trying many wood infrared saunas….this is my finding….
    That the infrared using the pure concave ceramic heaters allowed me to
    sweat more and I did not get the frizzy dried hair or burnt out look after i got out.
    I felt refreshed. The tube like heaters which are ceramic and maybe sand filled…
    they really dried me out. I also have experienced visual problems after
    using sauna for straight daily sessions of half an hour for a few days.
    I dont know if I had the heat too high, or I just was detoxing, but my eyes
    became very blurred and strained, even though I covered my eyes.
    So I am going to try the tent version and see if I dont get blurry eyes

  2. Paul Mernon Says:

    Thank you for sharing this. From what I know, response to infrared sauna vary from one person to another. If you can, please write about your experience with tent sauna later.