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    Sauna Room with MP3 - 2 seaters

    ₱120,000.00
    SKU: JA-0170
    • USB Slot for Charging your Cell phone
    • MP3 and FM Stereo with 2pcs high-Quality speakers
    • Soft Reading Light and 2pcs ceiling lights
    • Dual Control Panel (you can control or adjust it inside or outside)
    • Oxygen Ionizer Device to eliminate odors
    • All Natural Materials Quality Laminated Polo tsina Woods
    • Glass Door
    • Infrared Ceramic Heater: 5 Pcs
    • Carbon Heater: 1 Pcs
    • Power: 1800w
    • Homes, Massages Room, Beauty Parlor, SPA, Sanatorium, Gym, Schools, Office Hospital, Clinic, Hotels, Quarantine Facilities, Etc:
    • KILL'S Some Germs, Bacteria, viruses, Etc
    • Removes toxins, heavy metals, and harmful materials
    • Removes some Pain Like Fatigue, Stress,
    • Promotes Good Moods and Better Sleep
    • Provides the same effects as exercise
    • Improved Stamina and Energy
    • Makes skin beautiful and smooth, and looks young
    • Burns calories and weight loss ( 600 calories / 30min )
    • Improves blood circulation, cardiovascular and cerebral system
    • Also known this infrared sauna helps to kill Cancer Cell
    • Provides a Long Healthy Lifestyle
    • ETC; Many More
    • Very Safe
    • Natural and green
    • Humanistic design
    • Comfortable and Relaxation
    • Easy USE/Operates
    • Easy to Assemble, disassemble
    • Easy for transport or move
    • World Class and Trusted Quality
    • Truly Effective
    • Elegant and Luxurious appearance
    • Assembled Size :for MM 1200 x 1000 x 1900 mm
    • Assembled Size :for CM 120 x 100 x 190 cm
    • Assembled Size :for INCHES 47 x 39 75 Inches
    • Weight 138kgs
    • Package: 2 Box

    *Benefits of SaunasInfrared Heatings System

    Improved blood circulation

    Because of the exposure to heat in the sauna and steam rooms, the blood vessels in the body open up more. Heart rate also increases by at least 30%, nearly doubling the amount of blood pumped out of the heart every minute. The increased demand on the cardiovascular system makes the heart pump harder, much like that which you would experience after a brisk walk. This increased heart rate plus the expansion of blood vessels leads to improved blood circulation, and blood flow is increased throughout the body. As a result, oxygen and nutrients are better transported throughout all body organs.

    Long-term consistent sauna bathing has even been shown by some studies to improve performance in endurance sports, help decrease blood pressure in people with hypertension, significantly increase exercise tolerance, and improve the body’s oxygen uptake. What’s more, better blood flow also wakens up even the tiny capillaries that supply the skin—those normally not nourished as much in moderate daily activity—contributing to that warm, glowing appearance you get after a sauna session.

    Skin cleansing, hydration, and rejuvenation

    Seating is the body’s normal reaction to heat. It’s an important and necessary mechanism for the body to maintain its core temperature when the outside environment is hotter than usual. In a sauna or steam room, where the temperature is deliberately increased, your body’s pores open up, and on average, you sweat out approximately a pint of fluids for a regular 15-minute sauna session. This cleanses your skin as dirt and grease are flushed out. In steam rooms where humidity levels in the air are especially high, the skin is not only deeply cleansed but also abundantly hydrated. Furthermore, dead skin cells are rendered softer and easier to slough off, so you go out of that sauna with rejuvenated skin that’s supple and soft to the touch.

    Detoxification

    Again owing to the body’s reaction to the heat in sauna and steam rooms, toxins and excess sodium are flushed out of the body through opened pores and the flow of sweat. Although saunas cabins immerse the body in high temperatures, the dry heat and low humidity allowance of saunas allow them to be set to higher temperatures than moist steam rooms. With temperatures typically exceeding 70˚C, dry saunas cause the heart rate to increase notably and not only ensure better delivery of nutrients to all parts of the body but also facilitate an aggressive excretion of toxic substances from the body. Although the kidneys are the ones mostly responsible for clearing out toxins in the body, a good sweat is also another way the body can get rid of toxic substances, potential cancer-causing elements, and heavy metals such as lead, nickel, mercury, sulfuric acid, and cadmium. With toxins successfully flushed out, the body is revitalized and left healthier and more youthful.

    Calorie-burning and weight loss

    The high temperatures of dry saunas can burn off around 300 to 400 calories per 20-minute sauna session. This is because the body’s metabolic levels are kicked into high gear, and this increased metabolism means greater energy expenditure for the body. How does this all relate to weight loss? Well, faster metabolisms and increased energy expenditure require the body to burn off fat and carbohydrates so it can get the calories it needs for all the extra work.

    In addition to that, greater demand is also placed on the heart as it needs to work doubly hard to propel more blood to the peripheral capillaries found under the skin. Again, the energy required for the heart to keep up with the added demand on the system is burned off from the body’s fat reserves. Several studies have shown that on average, a person burns up the same amount of calories as he or she would doing a 3-mile run or an hour-long weight training of moderate intensity.

    Improved immune system function

    Aside from their beneficial effects on the cardiovascular system, steam baths, and saunas are also known to improve the functioning of the body’s defenses against diseases, collectively known as the immune system. During a disease process, the body’s natural response is fever; the elevated body temperature is the body’s way of fighting the infectious microorganisms that have invaded it. Saunas capitalize on this disease-fighting mechanism by also creating an “artificial” fever reaction in the body, killing potentially harmful bacteria and viruses colonizing the body.

    In addition, saunas further enhance the work of the immune system by increasing the body’s leukocyte count. Leukocytes, also known as white blood cells, play an important role in fighting infection and disease. They are the body’s soldiers and pathogen-eaters, fending off microorganisms that may otherwise cause disease. Saunas have even been noted to decrease the incidence of the common cold among their regular users.

    Improved liver and kidney function

    Improved kidney and liver functioning are known to be the result of two processes that occur in sauna and steam bath sessions. First, because of the detoxification process that these sessions allow, the strain on the body’s liver and kidneys to do that job is lessened. Some doctors even recommend regular sauna sessions for patients who have liver and kidney problems, to help reduce the efforts required from these organs to eliminate body toxins.

    Second, the improved blood circulation brought about by saunas and steam baths also results in better delivery of oxygen and nutrients to these two organs, boosting their performance and resistance against bacteria and viruses that may inflict disease.

    Improved respiratory function

    This benefit can be derived more from steam baths than saunas, as steam baths involve high levels of humidity and moist heat that can work wonders to improve respiratory functioning. Steam baths are especially helpful for those suffering from respiratory problems such as asthma, cough, chronic bronchitis, stuffed sinuses, and other respiratory infections. Moist heat is therapeutic for these cases. It thins mucus and unclogs respiratory passages, helping patients cough up phlegm that would’ve been too thick to expectorate if not for the loosening properties of moist heat.

    Aside from making mucus and phlegm easier to cough out, the steam also helps relieve inflammation and swelling of the nasal passages, sinuses, and throat. Furthermore, such improved respiratory functioning can also be traced to the steam baths’ stress-reducing effects, since breathing problems are often a result of stress as well.

    Muscle relaxation and faster recovery from injury

    Saunas and steam baths are, in a sense, antispasmodic therapies. This is owing to the fact that heat causes the muscles of the body to relax, and also relieves muscle soreness experienced after strenuous physical activity. What’s more, the opening up of blood vessels caused by the heated environments in a sauna or steam room also speeds up the healing of injuries and joint problems such as sprains, bursitis, and strains, as well as reduces muscle stiffness in cases of arthritis.

    Pain relief

    Aside from speeding up the healing process of the injuries mentioned above, the heat in saunas and steam baths is also beneficial for pain relief in such injuries. Researchers have discovered evidence of saunas’ potential for better reducing chronic pain when used in combination with other traditional treatments. Sauna has been shown to decrease chronic pain more successfully than treatments such as cognitive behavior therapy. Therefore, it has been recommended for the management of rheumatic pain, improvement of joint mobility, and alleviation of pain in fibromyalgia and arthritis.

    Stress relief

    The heat in saunas and steam rooms promotes a sense of relaxation and relief from stress and anxiety. In addition to loosening up wound-up muscles and relieving soreness after a stressful day at work or intense physical activity, saunas are also known to decrease the body’s adrenaline and noradrenaline levels, stress hormones that cause you to be jumpy and can inhibit you from full relaxation. Conversely, saunas have been found to increase the body’s beta-endorphin levels, reducing the negative effects of stress and promoting an overall feeling of well-being. What’s more, regular sauna users have also reported an improved quality of sleep that truly makes them feel rested and ready for the day ahead upon waking up.

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    • USB Slot for Charging your Cell phone
    • MP3 and FM Stereo with 2pcs high-Quality speakers
    • Soft Reading Light and 2pcs ceiling lights
    • Dual Control Panel (you can control or adjust it inside or outside)
    • Oxygen Ionizer Device to eliminate odors
    • All Natural Materials Quality Laminated Polo tsina Woods
    • Glass Door
    • Infrared Ceramic Heater: 5 Pcs
    • Carbon Heater: 1 Pcs
    • Power: 1800w
    • Homes, Massages Room, Beauty Parlor, SPA, Sanatorium, Gym, Schools, Office Hospital, Clinic, Hotels, Quarantine Facilities, Etc:
    • KILL'S Some Germs, Bacteria, viruses, Etc
    • Removes toxins, heavy metals, and harmful materials
    • Removes some Pain Like Fatigue, Stress,
    • Promotes Good Moods and Better Sleep
    • Provides the same effects as exercise
    • Improved Stamina and Energy
    • Makes skin beautiful and smooth, and looks young
    • Burns calories and weight loss ( 600 calories / 30min )
    • Improves blood circulation, cardiovascular and cerebral system
    • Also known this infrared sauna helps to kill Cancer Cell
    • Provides a Long Healthy Lifestyle
    • ETC; Many More
    • Very Safe
    • Natural and green
    • Humanistic design
    • Comfortable and Relaxation
    • Easy USE/Operates
    • Easy to Assemble, disassemble
    • Easy for transport or move
    • World Class and Trusted Quality
    • Truly Effective
    • Elegant and Luxurious appearance
    • Assembled Size :for MM 1200 x 1000 x 1900 mm
    • Assembled Size :for CM 120 x 100 x 190 cm
    • Assembled Size :for INCHES 47 x 39 75 Inches
    • Weight 138kgs
    • Package: 2 Box

    *Benefits of SaunasInfrared Heatings System

    Improved blood circulation

    Because of the exposure to heat in the sauna and steam rooms, the blood vessels in the body open up more. Heart rate also increases by at least 30%, nearly doubling the amount of blood pumped out of the heart every minute. The increased demand on the cardiovascular system makes the heart pump harder, much like that which you would experience after a brisk walk. This increased heart rate plus the expansion of blood vessels leads to improved blood circulation, and blood flow is increased throughout the body. As a result, oxygen and nutrients are better transported throughout all body organs.

    Long-term consistent sauna bathing has even been shown by some studies to improve performance in endurance sports, help decrease blood pressure in people with hypertension, significantly increase exercise tolerance, and improve the body’s oxygen uptake. What’s more, better blood flow also wakens up even the tiny capillaries that supply the skin—those normally not nourished as much in moderate daily activity—contributing to that warm, glowing appearance you get after a sauna session.

    Skin cleansing, hydration, and rejuvenation

    Seating is the body’s normal reaction to heat. It’s an important and necessary mechanism for the body to maintain its core temperature when the outside environment is hotter than usual. In a sauna or steam room, where the temperature is deliberately increased, your body’s pores open up, and on average, you sweat out approximately a pint of fluids for a regular 15-minute sauna session. This cleanses your skin as dirt and grease are flushed out. In steam rooms where humidity levels in the air are especially high, the skin is not only deeply cleansed but also abundantly hydrated. Furthermore, dead skin cells are rendered softer and easier to slough off, so you go out of that sauna with rejuvenated skin that’s supple and soft to the touch.

    Detoxification

    Again owing to the body’s reaction to the heat in sauna and steam rooms, toxins and excess sodium are flushed out of the body through opened pores and the flow of sweat. Although saunas cabins immerse the body in high temperatures, the dry heat and low humidity allowance of saunas allow them to be set to higher temperatures than moist steam rooms. With temperatures typically exceeding 70˚C, dry saunas cause the heart rate to increase notably and not only ensure better delivery of nutrients to all parts of the body but also facilitate an aggressive excretion of toxic substances from the body. Although the kidneys are the ones mostly responsible for clearing out toxins in the body, a good sweat is also another way the body can get rid of toxic substances, potential cancer-causing elements, and heavy metals such as lead, nickel, mercury, sulfuric acid, and cadmium. With toxins successfully flushed out, the body is revitalized and left healthier and more youthful.

    Calorie-burning and weight loss

    The high temperatures of dry saunas can burn off around 300 to 400 calories per 20-minute sauna session. This is because the body’s metabolic levels are kicked into high gear, and this increased metabolism means greater energy expenditure for the body. How does this all relate to weight loss? Well, faster metabolisms and increased energy expenditure require the body to burn off fat and carbohydrates so it can get the calories it needs for all the extra work.

    In addition to that, greater demand is also placed on the heart as it needs to work doubly hard to propel more blood to the peripheral capillaries found under the skin. Again, the energy required for the heart to keep up with the added demand on the system is burned off from the body’s fat reserves. Several studies have shown that on average, a person burns up the same amount of calories as he or she would doing a 3-mile run or an hour-long weight training of moderate intensity.

    Improved immune system function

    Aside from their beneficial effects on the cardiovascular system, steam baths, and saunas are also known to improve the functioning of the body’s defenses against diseases, collectively known as the immune system. During a disease process, the body’s natural response is fever; the elevated body temperature is the body’s way of fighting the infectious microorganisms that have invaded it. Saunas capitalize on this disease-fighting mechanism by also creating an “artificial” fever reaction in the body, killing potentially harmful bacteria and viruses colonizing the body.

    In addition, saunas further enhance the work of the immune system by increasing the body’s leukocyte count. Leukocytes, also known as white blood cells, play an important role in fighting infection and disease. They are the body’s soldiers and pathogen-eaters, fending off microorganisms that may otherwise cause disease. Saunas have even been noted to decrease the incidence of the common cold among their regular users.

    Improved liver and kidney function

    Improved kidney and liver functioning are known to be the result of two processes that occur in sauna and steam bath sessions. First, because of the detoxification process that these sessions allow, the strain on the body’s liver and kidneys to do that job is lessened. Some doctors even recommend regular sauna sessions for patients who have liver and kidney problems, to help reduce the efforts required from these organs to eliminate body toxins.

    Second, the improved blood circulation brought about by saunas and steam baths also results in better delivery of oxygen and nutrients to these two organs, boosting their performance and resistance against bacteria and viruses that may inflict disease.

    Improved respiratory function

    This benefit can be derived more from steam baths than saunas, as steam baths involve high levels of humidity and moist heat that can work wonders to improve respiratory functioning. Steam baths are especially helpful for those suffering from respiratory problems such as asthma, cough, chronic bronchitis, stuffed sinuses, and other respiratory infections. Moist heat is therapeutic for these cases. It thins mucus and unclogs respiratory passages, helping patients cough up phlegm that would’ve been too thick to expectorate if not for the loosening properties of moist heat.

    Aside from making mucus and phlegm easier to cough out, the steam also helps relieve inflammation and swelling of the nasal passages, sinuses, and throat. Furthermore, such improved respiratory functioning can also be traced to the steam baths’ stress-reducing effects, since breathing problems are often a result of stress as well.

    Muscle relaxation and faster recovery from injury

    Saunas and steam baths are, in a sense, antispasmodic therapies. This is owing to the fact that heat causes the muscles of the body to relax, and also relieves muscle soreness experienced after strenuous physical activity. What’s more, the opening up of blood vessels caused by the heated environments in a sauna or steam room also speeds up the healing of injuries and joint problems such as sprains, bursitis, and strains, as well as reduces muscle stiffness in cases of arthritis.

    Pain relief

    Aside from speeding up the healing process of the injuries mentioned above, the heat in saunas and steam baths is also beneficial for pain relief in such injuries. Researchers have discovered evidence of saunas’ potential for better reducing chronic pain when used in combination with other traditional treatments. Sauna has been shown to decrease chronic pain more successfully than treatments such as cognitive behavior therapy. Therefore, it has been recommended for the management of rheumatic pain, improvement of joint mobility, and alleviation of pain in fibromyalgia and arthritis.

    Stress relief

    The heat in saunas and steam rooms promotes a sense of relaxation and relief from stress and anxiety. In addition to loosening up wound-up muscles and relieving soreness after a stressful day at work or intense physical activity, saunas are also known to decrease the body’s adrenaline and noradrenaline levels, stress hormones that cause you to be jumpy and can inhibit you from full relaxation. Conversely, saunas have been found to increase the body’s beta-endorphin levels, reducing the negative effects of stress and promoting an overall feeling of well-being. What’s more, regular sauna users have also reported an improved quality of sleep that truly makes them feel rested and ready for the day ahead upon waking up.