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Float & Infrared Sauna Therapy

01/24/2023 Lee Tan

Imagine sinking into 30cm of clean, comfortable, body-temperature water — therapeutically infused with 500kg of healing Epsom salts. Just partially, nurturingly submerged, you buoyantly float, freeing yourself from all sensory overload. It relaxes your mind completely as well as nourishing your body with Magnesium.

Float and infrared sauna therapy are two therapies that have been gaining popularity in recent years for their numerous benefits. By using these therapies together, you can enhance the benefits and achieve optimal wellness.

Float Therapy is a way of delivering the essential mineral, magnesium, to your body through your skin. Magnesium plays a vital role in many bodily functions such as muscle and nerve function, blood sugar regulation, and heart health. When applied topically, magnesium can be absorbed directly into your bloodstream, bypassing your digestive system and providing immediate benefits. It has been known to improve sleep, reduce muscle pain and tension, and boost energy levels.

Infrared sauna therapy, on the other hand, uses infrared light to heat your body. Infrared light is not visible to the human eye but can be felt as heat. When your body is exposed to infrared light, it causes you to sweat, which helps remove toxins from your body, improves circulation, and boosts your immune system. Infrared sauna therapy has been known to improve skin health, reduce stress and anxiety, and enhance cardiovascular health.

When Float and infrared sauna are used together, the benefits are amplified. The heat from the infrared sauna helps open your pores, which allows for better absorption of the magnesium. The combination of these therapies can also help improve the absorption of magnesium, leading to increased energy levels and improved muscle and nerve function.

As always, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new therapy, especially if you have any underlying health conditions. However, incorporating Float and infrared sauna therapy into your wellness routine can be a great way to improve your overall health and well-being.


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