In today's fast-paced world, achieving overall well-being and relaxation has become a paramount concern. People are constantly searching for effective methods to de-stress, rejuvenate, and maintain their physical and mental health. One such wellness solution that is gaining immense popularity is chromatherapy in saunas, and Vitality4Life.com.au offers a remarkable range of these therapeutic saunas that can truly transform your health and well-being.
Chromatherapy and Its Benefits
Chromatherapy, also known as color therapy, is an ancient holistic healing technique that harnesses the power of colors to balance and harmonize the body, mind, and spirit. When combined with the soothing environment of a sauna, the benefits are truly remarkable.
1. Stress Reduction
In today's hectic lifestyle, stress is an ever-present adversary. Chromatherapy saunas, available at Vitality4Life, use a spectrum of colors that are specifically designed to relax the mind and reduce stress. The calming blue and green hues promote a sense of tranquility, helping you unwind after a long day.
2. Mood Enhancement
The colors used in chromatherapy have a profound impact on our mood. Sauna sessions enhanced with color therapy can elevate your mood and combat feelings of anxiety or depression. Vibrant colors like yellow and orange can stimulate happiness and positivity, making you feel more vibrant and alive.
3. Pain Relief and Healing
Many individuals seek saunas for their potential health benefits. Chromatherapy saunas from Vitality4Life.com.au take this experience to the next level by incorporating colors that aid in pain relief and healing. Red and infrared light, for instance, can penetrate deep into tissues, providing relief from muscle aches
To be able to enjoy the health benefits of a tranquil and restorative time at home while detoxifying your body is now an easily accessible luxury with a far infrared sauna.
Saunas provide you with health benefits in just a few minutes a day, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
You may have heard about ‘infrared’ and ‘regular saunas,’ and the differences between the two. We get questions everyday here at Vitality about this and also why the Zen Far infrared sauna is different to others.
In this article we will dive into answering these questions and let you know about
- evidence-based truths of how infrared saunas can really benefit your health
- help clear up some myths around infrared saunas
- explain the benefits and points of difference of a zen far infrared sauna
Regular saunas vs infrared saunas
Traditional saunas heat the air around you, whereas as infrared saunas use infrared lamps to warm you more directly.
Traditional saunas normally operate at around 150 F (65 degrees C) to 180 F (82 degrees C) and some people find this too hot to handle for more than a couple of minutes, if at all.
Although these saunas certainly help you to sweat and can provide warmth to your body and a ‘feel good’ feeling, we need to remember that sweating does not necessarily give you actual health benefits (keep reading to discover the facts) like fat loss or better skin, for example.
Infrared saunas function at a much lower temperature of 100 F (37 degrees C) to 130 F (54 degrees C) which makes it more tolerable in increasing your duration of use, plus actually enjoying the experience (you want it to help reduce stress, not create stress, right!)
There are many different types of water filtration available to consumers nowadays which raises the question, how do you know which water is right for you?
Below is a brief description on each type of filtration we offer, to help make this complex decision a little easier for you...
Standard Water Filters
‘Standard’ Water Filters come in two types; pitchers & carafe-style filters and carbon block & granular carbon filters. In recent years, pitchers & carafe-style filters have emerged as lowcost alternatives to tap water and bottled water and although they do offer a slightly improved alternative to tap water, they have very limited effectiveness and a low capacity.
Carbon Block and Granular Carbon Filters are the most common styles of countertop and under-the-sink systems (point of use). Granular carbon filters and carbon block systems use the same process of contaminant removal, adsorption, by which the contaminant bonds chemically or physically to the surface of the filter medium. Activated carbon is recognized by the U.S. EPA as the best available technology for filtering VOCs and THMs. For best performance it is essential that a multi stage process be used to filter out a wide range of contaminants.
The Aquasana System differs in that it is a multi-media block filter; the Aquasana utilizes the benefits of activated carbon with several added advantages. A blended media is extruded or compressed into a solid form with a sub-micron pore structure to filter out sediment and cysts like Cryptosporidium and Giardia. This configuration also prevents water from channeling around the filter media. The ion exchange removes things like lead that carbon will not remove. It is an additional stage that provides higher quality water, and also enhances pH by adding potassium ions to the water. In addition to being a carbon and ion-exchange filter, it is also a mechanical