Clearlight Saunas, The Sauna For You.

Imagine your day starting off to be one of the worst days of your life. Your alarm clock did not go off, so you and everyone in your house are late. When you finally arrive at work, you find out that the meeting for the presentation you have been working on for six months has been canceled with no signs of being rescheduled. You made it to lunch and decided to go shopping to relieve the morning's stress only to find out you do not have one but two flat tires. You have a notice from your child's school was left on your desk while you were out to lunch. When you returned, the message stating your child has to stay after school for detention. With the workday over, you head home to salvage the rest of your day only to find out the dog has made everything possible a chew toy.

The only thing on your mind is to relax and do so; you have to drive an hour round trip to the gym to take advantage of their sauna. At this point, it sounds like a clever idea, but all you want to do now is crawl into bed to forget about today. Why leave home when you can contact Clearlight Saunas. With an array of sauna models and your choice of color, you do not have to worry about driving to the gym to use the sauna. You have a sauna of your own to help relieve the stressor you encounter daily.

 

Traditional Saunas vs. Infrared Saunas

Traditional saunas use water and heated stones to produce steam and can be used for up to 30-minutes. This heat and steam create an atmosphere that is hot and humid that can provide many health benefits. Unlike traditional saunas, infrared saunas use infrared lamps to generate warmth by us electromagnetic radiation. Infrared saunas temperature (between 120F – 140F) is lower than traditional saunas temperature (between 150F – 180F). Since there is no humidity with infrared saunas, the air is usually drier. Since the temperature for infrared saunas is lower, are people for a maximum time of 45-minutes. However, since traditional sauna has higher temperatures, sauna bathers usually the sauna for a shorter period, entering and exiting the sauna for up to 10-minutes at a time.

Traditional saunas can accommodate many people and can be built for any size, whereas an infrared sauna can typically hold no more than four people. With traditional saunas, people practice the process of plunging. The details of this are, after someone finishes using the sauna, they submerge themselves in cold water and then go back into the sauna. By doing this, the immune system is stimulated, improving circulation and muscle function. It also helps to release endorphins.

 

Benefits for Using a Sauna

Saunas provide many benefits ranging from skin improvement to slowing memory loss. Other benefits include weight loss, improving cardiovascular and immune functions, detoxification, metabolism heighten, reduces pain, improves Rheumatoid Disease, aids in antiaging and skin revitalization, increases exercise performance, improves sleep, manages stress, and helps with relaxation. Other benefits and how saunas work with them are as follow:

 

  • Easing Pain – circulation increases, helping with sore muscles, improves joint movement, and reduces pain caused by arthritis.
  • Lowering Stress Levels – the heat from the sauna promotes relaxation expanding the feeling of well-being.
  • Enhancing Cardiovascular Health – lowered cardiovascular outcomes are linked to the reduction of stress from using a sauna.
  • Skin Health – sweating causes skin pores to open, allowing the outer skin to be cleansed.
  • Asthma – the steam from saunas helps open the airways loosening phlegm.
  • Calorie Burning – saunas cause an increase in heart rate, and with healthy exercising, the sauna can prolong an elevated heart rate when used after exercising.
  • Decrease Risk of Alzheimer’s – researchers believe people that use saunas at least two to three times a week are 22 percent less likely to get dementia and 20 percent less like to get Alzheimer’s. The more they utilize the saunas weekly, their rates increase.
  • Sleep fatigue – people with chronic fatigue syndrome can benefit from using a sauna

 

Clearlight Sauna Types

As mentioned earlier, Clearlight offers various models for saunas in several colors, and Clearlight's 10-year warranty backs each sauna. You can choose the model and color that best fit your home.

 

Clearlight Collection $4199 – $8399

If you like the simplicity of the contemporary look, then The Clearlight collection is for you. This Collection gives your home the look of elegance while providing simplicity and is the perfect collection for newlyweds or seasoned couples. Able to hold anywhere from one to five people, this collection is ideal for entertaining friends.

The provided models offer room for as little as one person to a maximum of five people. You can choose from one of the thirteen Clearlight models. Whether you choose the Clearlight Sanctuary or Premier models, you have the option of having the model accommodate one person or as many as five people.

 

Shipment and Installation

Once you have ordered a sauna, delivery can take up to seven days. The cost of shipment is free, and there is no sales tax. All you have to do is make sure arrangements have been made to receive your sauna and have the correct people to install it for you.

Upon the arrival of your sauna, be sure to inspect it to make sure you have the correct item and that there are no damages. It is recommended that you have your sauna installed by a professional to eliminate any problems from you doing it yourself. You need to hire a plumber as well as an electrician for proper installation.

Clearlight Saunas providers many sauna models, affordable pricing with payment options, and fast delivery. There is nothing better than coming home after a stressful day being able to relax in your sauna. Clearlight Saunas gives a new meaning to the word relaxation and stress-free.

 

If you are interested in learning more about this type of sauna, you can do more research here, or check out the Clearlight Saunas web page.