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Far Infrared Saunas AND Science

What you need to know...

It is important to do research, especially when it comes to our health and well-being. There are 2 main aspects to a far infrared sauna:
  1. Far Infrared: The profound positive effects of far infrared are being better understood every day. To get the effects, you don’t need much heat… only the tuned infrared rays traveling into your body and performing their magic. Just the act of holding a tourmaline or germanium stone and slightly heating it up with your hands, will release Far Infrared.
  2. Sauna: A sauna is meant to super-heat your body. There are 2 main types of saunas… Finnish (wet) Sauna, and FIR (far infrared/dry). They both offer amazing health benefits. The key difference is that while a wet sauna heats your skin and slowly heats the rest of your body, a dry sauna heats your whole body at the same time. This is because the far infrared wavelength is tuned to penetrate deeply into the human body. This spectrum of invisible far infrared light is known to be perfectly safe, without restriction.

Each aspect of a dry sauna (far infrared, and body heat) produces positive results. Combined, the known benefits seem endless. Putting the science aside, we are consistently receiving feedback from people using 1Love Saunas, expressing how their lives have actually been changed. 


We have complied a handful of studies, but there are hundreds more available. Please do you own research and then let us help you find the right sauna for YOU.

Analysis of various studies


"The positive effect of sauna on lipid profile (cholesterol) is similar to the effect that can be obtained through a moderate-intensity physical exercise" 

"Sauna bathing causes various acute, transient cardiovascular and hormonal changes"
Studies show a significant association between the frequency of sauna use and the reduction of inflammation
Alzheimer's / Dementia
In 2016, researchers from Finland published findings of a 20-year study that linked sauna use with a lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The study involved 2,315 healthy men aged from 42 to 60 years. Those who used a sauna 2 to 3 times per week were 22 percent less likely to get dementia and 20 percent less likely to get Alzheimer’s than than those who did not use a sauna. Those who used a sauna four to seven times a week were 66 percent less likely to get dementia and 65 percent less likely to get Alzheimer’s than those who used a sauna once a week.
"Increased frequency of sauna bathing is associated with a reduced risk of all-cause mortality"
Frequent visits to a sauna were also associated with lower death rates from cardiovascular disease and stroke.
"Sauna linked to a remarkable array of health benefits"
Lyme Disease
Auto Immune Disease



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