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10 tips for using your Royale Far Infrared Saunae

  • If you take a hot /warm shower or bath before your sauna session, you may perspire more and feel more comfortable.
  • Drink some water prior to, during, and after your sauna session to replenish body moisture.
  • Regulate the set temperature inside the sauna until you feel comfortable, or use the movable roof ventilation, or leave the door open (by setting it at an angle).
  • Use at least 2-3 towels .Sit on one towel folded over several times for added cushion. Put another towel on the floor to absorb extra sweat, a third towel draped over the knees to towel off sweat often for even sweating.
  • At the first sign of cold or flu increasing your sauna sessions may be beneficial in boosting your immune system and decreasing the reproductive rate of the viruses.
  • To help relieve sore and tense muscles, massage the affected areas while in sauna to help heal faster.
  • To treat your ankles and feet more effectively, you can elevate them and move as close to one emitter to achieve a specific deep heating effect as you feel comfortable.
  • To utilize the sauna’s heat therapy effect, put oil or treatment into your hair and wrap it with towel. After the session is over, rinse your hair thoroughly.
  • You can benefit from the relaxing and soothing effects of a regular sauna session by going to sleep afterwards. The peaceful and relaxed state rendered by a sauna session will help you sleep easier and better.
  • After the session is over, do not jump into the shower immediately. Since your body was heated up during the session, it will continue to sweat even after the emitters are off. Sit in the sauna with the door open and let the body sweat a little more while it cools off. Once you feel comfortable enough, take a warm (or cool) shower to rinse the perspiration off your body.