SaunaSpace Tungsten: Infrared Light Panel
- Smarter Healing with Near Infrared Light Sauna Therapy
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The Sauna Space Tungsten: Near Infrared Light kit is the simplest and most effective way to create a DIY home infrared sauna for achieving low level red light therapy.
Using tungsten-powered incandescent lights, the Sauna Space kit is designed to produce a full spectrum natural indoor light that reaches into the Near Infrared light range, all while avoiding UV wavelengths and EMF exposure.
The most important consideration when measuring EMF is the emittance from the device at the location of exposure. The Sauna Space Tungsten light therapy kit is designed for users to sit two feet from the tungsten bulbs (30 inches from the panel, where electric housing is located), resulting in background level EMF measurements beyond 6 inches from the panel. This amounts to no greater than 2mG when at zero inches from the switch, which is minimal to begin with. By incorporating e-shielded power cords grounded directly to the metal switch box, and 100% grounded internal wiring, the metal lamp guards covering the incandescent bulbs additional act as a neutralization shield of the electric field emitted by the tungsten filaments.
Optimal Mitochondrial Band Stimulation
Based on the principles of Photobiomodulation (PBM), Sauna Space’s home sauna kit produces a wavelength range of 600-1,000 nanometers, which both red light and Near Infrared light are found in. This particular range of red light is known as the Mitochondrial Stimulation Band, aka the Healing Band, for its ability to penetrate cellular tissue 2-3 times greater than Far Infrared light alone.
Since most red light therapy home sauna kits only reach Far Infrared, the result is a much cooler light that does not significantly raise the ambient temperature to the degree. Furthermore, the wavelength band produced by this kit encompasses more within the PBM range compared to LED home sauna lighting kits (such as that of Joovv), which only target two mini-bands within the PBM spectrum (630-670 nm and 810-880 nm). Doing the numbers, Sauna Space’s home infrared sauna kit taps 14% of mitochondrial stimulating energy, as opposed to 3% with Joovv’s LED home sauna kit.
This enables more living tissue to absorb light photons, through means of stimulating a very powerful mitochondrial light receptor enzyme: Cytochrome-C oxidase.
PBM low-level light therapy has been shown to provide anti-aging benefits, improve memory and cognitive abilities, accelerate cellular regeneration/healing, and enhance athletic performance.
The importance of cellular mitochondria cannot be overstated. By stimulating the healing band, cells respond with increases in both ATP production and Reactive Oxygen species, while stimulating the release of cellular Nitrous Oxide.
All of this culminates into what amounts to a full-body detoxification – all without raising the temperature of the air (traditional sauna therapy), ingesting substances or partaking in high-impact activity.
Why We Love the SaunaSpace Tungsten Home Infrared Sauna:
- No UV, blue light or flicker stress
- Offering both low-EMF and Zero EMF kits with no off-gassing
- Peaks in the Near Infrared (NIR) wavelengths to provide optimal therapeutic-grade mitochondrial stimulation.
- A completely natural means to effectively lower inflammation and help repair damaged cells
- Provides a no-impact workout and healing in a parasympathetic state
- Promotes better sleep, balanced mood, energy and overall vitality
- Aesthetic design, hand-worked basswood and superior craftsmanship
- Easy-to-assemble; No tools necessary for the Pocket Sauna
- 100-day, Risk-free Trial
- Lifetime Warranty
- Outstanding customer testimonials and endorsements by leading health experts
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
4 Low-EMF Near Infrared tungsten lamps for the ultimate natural thermal light therapy experience.
4 LIGHT PANEL ELECTRICAL INFO
Operating Cost: 12¢ per hr 
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