Frequently Asked Questions
What is infrared?
Is the Personal Infrared Sauna for only half my body?
What will the Personal Infrared Sauna do for me?
Why is infrared sometimes called “fever therapy”?
How long can I be in my Personal Infrared Sauna?
What if I feel dizzy from being in my Personal Infrared Sauna for extended periods of time?
Are there any side-effects?
Who is restricted from going in the Personal Infrared Sauna?
Is it safe for children?
Am I too far gone for this to help?
What if I have cancer?
My doctor said I need to detox, will this help?
How does it help with the immune system?
How does it help pain?
If I don’t have pain why do I need a sauna?
How does this benefit athletes?
Do I get in the sauna before or after my workout?
I have a metal plate, will it hurt that?
I’m diabetic, my doctor said I can’t use a sauna.
So as a diabetic, how will this help me?
I want to stay longer in my sauna but the seat is getting too hot. What can I do?
When the seat starts getting uncomfortable just tap that lamp off (just above the power button). The rest of the heaters will stay on for you to enjoy their peaceful heat.