The Hanko Sauna | 3 Person Finnish Premium SaunaApril 22, 2022
Outdoor 3 Person Infrared SaunaAugust 3, 2022
2 Person Infrared Sauna
Our infrared snug from sauna ireland offers a slightly more bathing space than our traditional snug due to not requiring a stove. We have included a lot of “optional add-ons” as standard on our infrared snug as we want it to offer the optimal bathing experience. These include
Carbon heaters, use less energy than ceramic heaters and have a lower surface temperature.
LEAD TIME : landing MID OCTOBER 2023
Can be PRE ORDERED with small €500 deposit and balance 2 days before delivery
(all our other Sauna products are in stock ready for dispatch now)
Easy-use dual digital control panel for simple operation. And we have included an oxygen Ionizer and therapy light to enhance the relaxation experience.
Dimensions:1200m x 1200mm x 1900mm
Capacity: 2 people
Dual digital control panel
Heater type: Carbon fibre heater x 8
Wood material: Canadian hemlock
Package: 2 packages
Oxygen Ionizer: Yes
Lead time – MID OCTOBER 2023
5 in stock (can be backordered)
Possible health benefits of Sauna
Regardless of how a sauna is heated, or the humidity level, the effects on the body are similar.
When a person sits in a sauna, their heart rate increases and blood vessels widen. This increases circulation, in a similar way to low to moderate exercise depending on the duration of sauna use.
Heart rate may increase to 100-150 beats a minute while using a sauna. This may bring some health benefits.
Increased circulation may help reduce muscle soreness, improve joint movement, and ease arthritis pain.
Reducing stress levels
As the heat in a sauna improves circulation, it may also promote relaxation. This can improve feelings of well-being.
Improving cardiovascular health
The reduction in stress levels when using a sauna may be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular events.
One study, conducted in Finland, followed 2,315 men ages 42 to 60 over the course of 20 years. Findings suggested that people who use a sauna may have a lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.
Of the participants in the study, a total of 878 died from cardiovascular disease, coronary artery disease or sudden cardiac death. Participants were categorised by how often they used a sauna, including once a week, two to three times a week, and four to seven times a week.
After adjusting for cardiovascular risk factors, increased sauna use was linked with a reduced risk of fatal cardiovascular-related diseases.
Participants who used the sauna two to three times a week were 22 percent less likely to experience sudden cardiac death than those who only used it once a week. Those who used a sauna four to seven times a week were 63 percent less likely to experience sudden cardiac death and 50 percent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease than those who only used a sauna once a week.
More research is needed to find out if there is a definite link between sauna use and a decrease in deaths from heart disease.
Sauna use may also be associated with lower blood pressure and enhanced heart function.
While studies may be promising, sauna use should not replace an exercise program to keep the heart healthy. There is more evidence to support the benefits of regular exercise.