Clearlight Infrared Saunas by Sauna Works (www.infraredsauna.com) will be featured on The Doctors, the syndicated CBS Television Show that originated from the Dr. Phil show. The episode, which airs April 24th, will focus on spring cleaning the body, and the show™s doctors lauded the health benefits and quality of the Clearlight Infrared Sauna.

Medical studies confirm that infrared saunas have healthy effects on the body, including weight loss, increased metabolism, removal of toxins, immune system boost and stress reduction.

The Clearlight Infrared Sauna heats the body directly to remove toxins and stress. The air temperature inside the sauna stays comfortable so you can breathe easily and relax. Infrared quickly penetrates the body to loosen tight muscles and relieve pain.

The Clearlight Infrared Sauna uses deep-penetrating far infrared heat from the company™s exclusive True Wave carbon-ceramic heaters. The patented heaters are tuned to emit far infrared at the optimal wave length for the body giving the maximum therapeutic benefit.

Clearlight Infrared Saunas made quite an impression on the The Doctors. After the show, the doctors didn’t want to give it back and asked if they could purchase the unit, said Andy Kaps, vice-president of Sauna Works Inc. We decided to leave it with them in their dressing room indefinitely for their use. We want to support the doctors and the good work they are doing to help people in making wise health choices.

Clearlight Infrared Saunas are available in one- to four-person models, are handcrafted of grade A clear Western Canadian cedar, and feature interior and exterior lighting, dual digital keypad control panels and a Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD player.

The sauna can be easily assembled by the customer in about an hour and plugs into a regular household outlet with no special wiring required. The Clearlight Infrared Sauna is extremely energy efficient; the average cost to run the two-person model is about 7 cents an hour!

You come out of it feeling as though you™ve just done a 3-mile run, but without all the effort. It™s an easy way to feel better and reduce stress, said Caroline Ryan, owner of an IS-3 model at Spa Sol© in San Francisco. You can bring in a book, listen to your favorite music or even talk on the phone and have the spa experience in your home.

 

 

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