WITH A SUNLIGHTEN SAUNA
Support your Immune Response
Infrared Helps Support a Healthy Immune Response
Sweating has massive benefits no matter how you do it. If you steam up the bathroom, exercise, or go to the sauna or steam room at your local YMCA you are still getting a sweat going. It’s even great to sweat when you’re exercising. It’s great for detoxing, great for lymphatics and great for the skin.
My favorite way to sweat is the infrared sauna that uses both near and far infrared. These go deeper into the skin and heat you up from the cellular level which heats you up faster. This makes it easier to tolerate the high heat for a longer time.
Supporting Your Immune System with the mPulse® 3 in 1
The mPulse 3 in 1 sauna is the ONLY sauna on the market that can provide all three infrared wavelengths in one place.
- Near-infrared stimulates your mitochondria and boosts cell health
- Mid-infrared penetrates deep into your tissues to reduce inflammation and speed up muscle recovery
- Far-infrared heats your body directly to induce a deep detoxifying sweat
Plus, built-in wellness programs allow you to customize each session for weight loss, detoxification, cardiovascular, pain relief, relaxation and anti-aging.
The Wellness Way Sauna Choice
Which sauna is right for me?
Choosing a sauna to add to your wellness routine means looking at your lifestyle and your health goals to find the sauna that will be the best fit. We'd love to help you do that! Whether it's relaxation you’re craving or deep detoxification, Sunlighten infrared saunas will help you achieve your wellness desires. From weight loss to muscle recovery and skin rejuvenation, our patented infrared technology will restore your body and your mind. Select your health benefit need(s) and how many people you want room for in your sauna to learn which options are best for you.
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Be encouraged: the cardio benefits of infrared saunas offer a form of heart exercise.
Saunaing actually offers a real solution to getting your heart working without demanding physical strain. Studies support the value of a sauna session as a form of cardiovascular exercise that we call “passive cardio” because it allows you to sit back and relax while your heart gets pumping.