Specializes in several types of private home saunas that use the carbon based infrared technology. JUST BECAUSE WINTERS COMING DOESN’T MEAN YOU HAVE TO PACK ON THE POUNDS
VISTA, CA — November 11, 2008 — Ahh yes the leaves are changing and it’s time to put those summer clothes away and bring out those bulky sweaters. ‘Hmmm, I put on a few pounds but it’s not that noticeable in this sweater.” This is a dangerous sentence. This gives us all a crutch and all that hard work we put in during the summer could all be lost in a matter of weeks. Now just imagine you decide to go on a vacation to get away from the cold. Are you going to run to the gym and crash diet for 2 weeks so you can look good again for your trip? Not a great idea. What if I told you that with an infrared sauna in your home, you can sit in your sauna, burn up to 600 calories in a single 30 minute session, relax and distress? Well it’s true and very affordable.
High quality units start as low as $1,995.00 complete. This all sounds great, but does it work? Lets get more into the science of the Infrared sauna and see how you could possibly burn as many calories in a single 30 minute session as you would during a 2-3 mile run. Traditional saunas with rocks and steam are quickly fading out as infrared saunas many heath benefits are being discovered. A company called West Coast Saunas educates the general public about infrared saunas, and the difference between carbon based and ceramic saunas. What once was mainly Finnish and Oriental tradition has now become popular around the world. Some only venture into a sauna while on vacation, but many consumers are now buying their own saunas so they can enjoy the benefits any time they want in their homes. What many consumers don’t know is there’s a vast difference among saunas, even between carbon based and ceramic infrared saunas. West Coast Saunas reveals the “Truth about Infrared Saunas” at their Web site: TheTruthAboutSaunas.com
The Web site offers insight into how infrared saunas work and why they are superior to traditional saunas. Brown’s other Web site: www.WestCoastSaunas.com specializes in several types of private home saunas that use the carbon based infrared technology.
West Coast Saunas’ President, Ed Brown, discusses the length of time a person is able to stay in an infrared sauna compared with traditional saunas. “With all infrared saunas, the temperature is much lower but the infrared heat safely penetrates the body much deeper, up to 1 3/4 inches versus the 1/8-inch penetration by the traditional sauna. Doctors typically recommend that a person remain in a traditional sauna no more than 20 minutes due to the extremely high temperatures, which can put a strain on the heart,” states Brown.
With carbon based and ceramic saunas, Brown’s Web site illustrates differences in the way the saunas are heated. Ceramic saunas use ceramic rods that produce infrared heat through small glass tubes, but the tubes can become extremely hot in some spots while not as hot in others. With carbon based saunas, the heat is dispersed more evenly. Infrared saunas are growing in popularity as many doctors around the world recognize the health benefits they provide.
“After many years in family practice, I have encountered many patients with severe arthritis, cardiovascular problems and chronic fatigue syndrome. With West Coast Saunas’ infrared therapy, many of my patients have benefited dramatically,” states Dr. David Grahm of San Diego, California. Saunas help the body to release dangerous toxins
through sweating. Toxins such as mercury, lead, car emissions, tobacco, mold, etc. can build up quickly. Frequent release of these toxins from the body prevents them from building up in the body and causing possible disease and premature aging. Other health benefits often enjoyed by sauna users include lower blood pressure, pain relief, increased energy, weight loss, soothing relaxation, stress reduction and overall good health. Infrared saunas are able to burn 600 or more calories in 30 minutes. Brown also warns about buying low-quality saunas. He says, “A seal to look for when buying a home sauna is the ETL seal of approval. This stands for Electrical Testing Laboratories. The seal ensures that the sauna is 100 percent electrically sound, and a product must undergo much scrutiny to attain the seal.”
About East Coast Saunas: West Coast Saunas, was founded in 2000. The company manufactures its own saunas and sells them factory-direct to the consumer. The company’s manufacturing facility conforms to ISO 9001 certification and is ETL Certified. For more information contact Ed Brown by phone at: (516) 528-1404 or visit our websites below:www.thetruthaboutsaunas.com
www.westcoastsaunas.com Dateline: November 11, 2008 … Vista, CA
Contact: Ed Brown
Phone: (516) 528-1404
Email: [email protected]
Web Address 1: www.thetruthaboutsaunas.com
Web Address 2: www.westcoastsaunas.com