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Infrared Sauna User Guide

Initial conditions: 1) The sauna should be located in an area that the ambient temperature is approx. 20°C  (68-72°F). 2) Make sure it's on a leveled floor, follow the installation manual included with your sauna. 3) Check that  the correct electrical fuse, wiring and plug is in accordance to the sauna model. 4) Consult a Physician before using the sauna. 5) Review the Contraindications as well. 6) Do not plug sauna into an extension cord or surge protector. Turning on the sauna. 1) Turn on sauna. 2) Set the temperature control to the maximum temperature. 3) Set the timer for 60 minutes. 4) Allow the sauna to warm up for 15 minutes. 5) During this period, also turn on the Ionizer to clean the air inside. Only 5-10 minutes is needed. Using  the Sauna for Optimal performance 1) Please note that the desired temperature for maximum benefit for infrared sauna therapy is 55° Celsius. 2)   After   the   15   minute   warm   up,   the   sauna   should   be   anywhere   between   30-40°C   operating   temperature.   At this point, you can get into the sauna. Turn off the Ionizer while inside. 3)   For   maximum   sweat   production,   it   is   recommended   that   you   do   a   light   workout   prior   to   entering   the   sauna room.   Please   note   that   the   temperature   reading   displayed   is   just   a   gauge   of   the   ambient   heat   around   you, and not a gauge of the infrared rays that are penetrating your body. 4)   It   is   recommended   that   a   typical   infrared   sauna   session   should   last   30-45   minutes,   depending   on   your comfort   level.   Every   person   will   experience   different   results   based   on   their   different   characteristics   and metabolic rates. 5)   The   65°C   (150°F)   temperature   setting   should   only   be   used   for   the   Constant   Infrared   Heat   Option.   This option   allows   you   to   have   the   heaters   remain   on   during   your   entire   session   and   will   provide   you   with   the maximum   Infrared   ray   exposure.   The   air   top   ventilation   should   also   be   opened   to   let   the   heat   out.   Under normal   conditions,   the   maximum   temperature   for   a   typical   infrared   sauna   session   should   be   no   more   than 60°C. 6) Use the sauna once a day 2-5 times a week. Sauna  Expectations 1)   The   sauna   temperature   will   reach   55-60°C   at   the   end   of   60   minutes,   given   that   the   sauna   is   in   a   room that's between 20-25°C. 2) The sauna will rarely pass this temperature range, it is not supposed to by design. 3) Remember to drink water before, during and after your sauna session. 4)   Most   people   will   begin   to   sweat   within   the   first   session.   If   you’re   having   trouble   producing   sweat   try   the following: - Take a 5 minute hot shower before your sauna session. - Dry brush your arms and legs to increase circulation. -   Check   the   humidity   level   in   your   home.   The   ideal   humidity   level   should   be   between   40%   to   60%.   If   the humidity   is   higher   than   70%,   you   will   feel   the   heat,   if   lower   than   30%,   you   will   have   the   impression   that   your body is not producing any sweat, as it will evaporate immediately cooling down your body. Sauna  Maintenance 1)   Occasionally   wipe   the   wood   with   a   damp   cloth,   water   only,   following   the   wood   fibers,   never   use   any cleaner or chemicals. 2)   If   persistent,   using   a   solution   of   1   part   water   and   1   part   hydrogen   peroxide.   Use   damp   cloth   with   the solution and wipe down the bench and wooden heater slats. 3) You will also want to place 2-3 towels on the bench and floor to keep clean. 4) You can also use essential oil to help increase your sauna experience.
Tropical Saunas
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Tropical Saunas
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Improve your health the natural way and enjoy the health benefits of a FAR Infrared Sauna
Tropical Saunas

Infrared Sauna User Guide

Initial conditions: 1) The sauna should be located in an area that the ambient temperature is approx. 20°C  (68-72°F). 2) Make sure it's on a leveled floor, follow the installation manual included with your sauna. 3) Check that  the correct electrical fuse, wiring and plug is in accordance to the sauna model. 4) Consult a Physician before using the sauna. 5) Review the Contraindications as well. 6) Do not plug sauna into an extension cord or surge protector. Turning on the sauna. 1) Turn on sauna. 2) Set the temperature control to the maximum temperature. 3) Set the timer for 60 minutes. 4) Allow the sauna to warm up for 15 minutes. 5) During this period, also turn on the Ionizer to clean the air inside. Only 5-10 minutes is needed. Using  the Sauna for Optimal performance 1) Please note that the desired temperature for maximum benefit for infrared sauna therapy is 55° Celsius. 2)   After   the   15   minute   warm   up,   the   sauna   should   be   anywhere   between   30-40°C   operating   temperature.   At   this   point,   you   can   get   into the sauna. Turn off the Ionizer while inside. 3)   For   maximum   sweat   production,   it   is   recommended   that   you   do   a   light   workout   prior   to   entering   the   sauna   room.   Please   note   that   the temperature   reading   displayed   is   just   a   gauge   of   the   ambient   heat   around   you,   and   not   a   gauge   of   the   infrared   rays   that   are   penetrating your body. 4)   It   is   recommended   that   a   typical   infrared   sauna   session   should   last   30-45   minutes,   depending   on   your   comfort   level.   Every   person   will experience different results based on their different characteristics and metabolic rates. 5)   The   65°C   (150°F)   temperature   setting   should   only   be   used   for   the   Constant   Infrared   Heat   Option.   This   option   allows   you   to   have   the heaters   remain   on   during   your   entire   session   and   will   provide   you   with   the   maximum   Infrared   ray   exposure.   The   air   top   ventilation   should also   be   opened   to   let   the   heat   out.   Under   normal   conditions,   the   maximum   temperature   for   a   typical   infrared   sauna   session   should   be   no more than 60°C. 6) Use the sauna once a day 2-5 times a week. Sauna  Expectations 1) The sauna temperature will reach 55-60°C at the end of 60 minutes, given that the sauna is in a room that's between 20-25°C. 2) The sauna will rarely pass this temperature range, it is not supposed to by design. 3) Remember to drink water before, during and after your sauna session. 4) Most people will begin to sweat within the first session. If you’re having trouble producing sweat try the following: - Take a 5 minute hot shower before your sauna session. - Dry brush your arms and legs to increase circulation. -   Check   the   humidity   level   in   your   home.   The   ideal   humidity   level   should   be   between   40%   to   60%.   If   the   humidity   is   higher   than   70%,   you will   feel   the   heat,   if   lower   than   30%,   you   will   have   the   impression   that   your   body   is   not   producing   any   sweat,   as   it   will   evaporate immediately cooling down your body. Sauna  Maintenance 1) Occasionally wipe the wood with a damp cloth, water only, following the wood fibers, never use any cleaner or chemicals. 2)   If   persistent,   using   a   solution   of   1   part   water   and   1   part   hydrogen   peroxide.   Use   damp   cloth   with   the   solution   and   wipe   down   the   bench and wooden heater slats. 3) You will also want to place 2-3 towels on the bench and floor to keep clean. 4) You can also use essential oil to help increase your sauna experience.
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Infrared Sauna User Guide

Initial conditions: 1)    The    sauna    should    be    located    in    an    area    that    the    ambient temperature is approx. 20°C  (68-72°F). 2)   Make   sure   it's   on   a   leveled   floor,   follow   the   installation   manual included with your sauna. 3)    Check    that        the    correct    electrical    fuse,    wiring    and    plug    is    in accordance to the sauna model. 4) Consult a Physician before using the sauna. 5) Review the Contraindications as well. 6) Do not plug sauna into an extension cord or surge protector. Turning on the sauna. 1) Turn on sauna. 2) Set the temperature control to the maximum temperature. 3) Set the timer for 60 minutes. 4) Allow the sauna to warm up for 15 minutes. 5)   During   this   period,   also   turn   on   the   Ionizer   to   clean   the   air   inside. Only 5-10 minutes is needed. Using  the Sauna for Optimal performance 1)   Please   note   that   the   desired   temperature   for   maximum   benefit   for infrared sauna therapy is 55° Celsius. 2)   After   the   15   minute   warm   up,   the   sauna   should   be   anywhere between   30-40°C   operating   temperature.   At   this   point,   you   can   get into the sauna. Turn off the Ionizer while inside. 3)   For   maximum   sweat   production,   it   is   recommended   that   you   do   a light   workout   prior   to   entering   the   sauna   room.   Please   note   that   the temperature   reading   displayed   is   just   a   gauge   of   the   ambient   heat around   you,   and   not   a   gauge   of   the   infrared   rays   that   are   penetrating your body. 4)   It   is   recommended   that   a   typical   infrared   sauna   session   should last   30-45   minutes,   depending   on   your   comfort   level.   Every   person will      experience      different      results      based      on      their      different characteristics and metabolic rates. 5)   The   65°C   (150°F)   temperature   setting   should   only   be   used   for   the Constant   Infrared   Heat   Option.   This   option   allows   you   to   have   the heaters   remain   on   during   your   entire   session   and   will   provide   you with   the   maximum   Infrared   ray   exposure.   The   air   top   ventilation should   also   be   opened   to   let   the   heat   out.   Under   normal   conditions, the    maximum    temperature    for    a    typical    infrared    sauna    session should be no more than 60°C. 6) Use the sauna once a day 2-5 times a week. Sauna  Expectations 1)   The    sauna    temperature    will    reach    55-60°C    at    the    end    of    60 minutes, given that the sauna is in a room that's between 20-25°C. 2)    The    sauna    will    rarely    pass    this    temperature    range,    it    is    not supposed to by design. 3)   Remember   to   drink   water   before,   during   and   after   your   sauna session. 4)   Most   people   will   begin   to   sweat   within   the   first   session.   If   you’re having trouble producing sweat try the following: - Take a 5 minute hot shower before your sauna session. - Dry brush your arms and legs to increase circulation. -   Check   the   humidity   level   in   your   home.   The   ideal   humidity   level should   be   between   40%   to   60%.   If   the   humidity   is   higher   than   70%, you   will   feel   the   heat,   if   lower   than   30%,   you   will   have   the   impression that    your    body    is    not    producing    any    sweat,    as    it    will    evaporate immediately cooling down your body. Sauna  Maintenance 1)    Occasionally    wipe    the    wood    with    a    damp    cloth,    water    only, following the wood fibers, never use any cleaner or chemicals. 2)   If   persistent,   using   a   solution   of   1   part   water   and   1   part   hydrogen peroxide.   Use   damp   cloth   with   the   solution   and   wipe   down   the   bench and wooden heater slats. 3)   You   will   also   want   to   place   2-3   towels   on   the   bench   and   floor   to keep clean. 4)    You    can    also    use    essential    oil    to    help    increase    your    sauna experience.
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