From Our Editors
Lounging inside wooden saunas at InFrared Saunas, men and women work up a healthy sweat, rosy glow, and a sunning-lizard-esque contentment as temperatures climb toward 130 degrees Fahrenheit. The infrared heat is gentle, though, without the stifling feel of a steam room. Each session boosts the circulatory and lymphatic systems to detoxify the body and dispels excess water weight for slimmer figures. The heat can also assuage muscle tension brought on by arthritis, fibromyalgia, or juggling collections of antique anchors.
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