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Infrared Sauna Pod and Pneumatic Compression FAQs

Can you lose weight using an Infrared Sauna in Los Angeles, CA?

Our Infrared Sauna Pods in Los Angeles, CA have been proven to aid in weight loss by heating your core temperature to induce sweating.

What is the benefit of Infrared Sauna in Santa Monica, CA?

Infrared sauna heat in Santa Monica, CA can provide your body with a list of health-related benefits. The soothing and therapeutic heat emits infrared light waves that enable your body to warm up. This type of heat causes you to sweat, release toxins, promote relaxation, and reduce muscle pain. The heat provides an anti-aging effect and cardiovascular healing and assists in weight loss. 

What is the healthiest type of sauna?

For followers of alternative healing practices, our Vivo Infrared Sauna Pods, carries a jade stone, with sweet, light, and nourishing energy that can be very healing. It has a soothing purity and purifies your energy field in an accepting, loving, and wise manner. 

Can I do sauna everyday?

Sauna is generally considered safe to use every day but it’s best if you seek a doctor’s advice if you are concerned and have underlying medical conditions such as if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Nevertheless, sauna also has long been linked with possible cardiovascular benefits and promotes a healthy heart.

What is a pneumatic compression device used for in Westwood, CA?

Pneumatic compression devices in Westwood, CA are used to help prevent blood clots in the deep veins of your legs. The devices use cuffs around the legs that fill with air and squeeze your legs simultaneously. This process increases blood flow through the veins of your legs and helps prevent blood clots. 

How does compression decrease inflammation?

Compression has been proven to help reduce swelling and inflammation, as well as increase blood flow to the injured tissues, tendons, and muscles by applying pressure to an injury helps reduce swelling through restricting blood flow and other fluids.

How do you use a pneumatic compression device?

Enclose your calf or whole leg in a cuff using your pneumatic compression device. The cuff fills with air and squeezes your leg, much like how you use a blood pressure cuff. The cuff then deflates and relaxes as you keep repeating the process,