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Is infrared therapy safe?

Yes; our approach to infrared therapy is safe for most people. Our incandescent bulbs, designed to produce broad-spectrum infrared light, have been used for people and animals for over 100 years.

Are there side effects?

Before using your sauna, you should always consult with a doctor. During your first couple of sessions, or even after months of uneventful use, you may experience a healing reaction that can manifest as temporary physical or emotional symptoms. These

Can I use infrared therapy while pregnant or breastfeeding?

We do not recommend using your sauna while pregnant or breastfeeding unless specifically recommended by a doctor.

I have a health condition. Can I use the sauna?

Many people with health conditions can still use our infrared saunas, but this is ultimately determined by your doctor. Seek their advice before using a sauna.

Who can use an infrared sauna?

SaunaSpace saunas are safe for almost everyone. As always, we recommend you talk to your doctor before using the sauna to make sure it’s right for you. Children should not operate the sauna without proper adult supervision and approval of a healthcar

Can I get a sunburn/tan?

No; our full-spectrum infrared technology doesn’t include any ultraviolet (UV) light. UV light is what creates a tan in the skin.

Does infrared technology interfere with implants or medical devices?

Always consult with your doctor before using the sauna to make sure it is right for you. The sauna should not interfere with Bluetooth or RF-enabled medical devices or pacemakers. If you have metal implants, you may experience a warming sensation. If

Can infrared therapy interact with medication?

This is a great question for your doctor, and we recommend you seek their advice before using the sauna if you are on prescription medications.

Why should I talk to my doctor before using products from SaunaSpace?

This is a great question for your doctor, and we recommend you seek their advice before using the sauna if you are on prescription medications.