Did you know that you can enjoy your own personal sauna these days no matter where you live? Portable steam and infrared saunas are available in a variety of models that make it easy to enjoy sauna relaxation, even if you have limited space or a small budget. Portable saunas are lightweight and affordable.
Below are the pros and cons of personal saunas for personal use.
Like I said, a portable sauna is lightweight, which means almost anyone can move it when needed. Today’s portable saunas typically weigh between 15 and 65 pounds and are also compact.
Portable saunas heat up very quickly, which means they also save you time as you don’t need to wait. With a traditional sauna, it can take up to 30 minutes to get up to temperature, but a portable sauna takes only 5 minutes to heat up and you’re ready to go.
Portable saunas are the ultimate in sauna comfort. In addition to being lightweight and compact, they are also easy to set up. You can plug them directly into your regular power outlets and you’re good to go.
There is no need to worry about breathing hot air like in a normal sauna. I know some people don’t like this, but in a portable sauna you usually sit or lie down with your head outside the sauna. If you wish to cover your head, most models have an optional head covering that you can use to do so.
They are easy to store. Because they are so small and compact, they don’t take up a lot of space and you can store your portable sauna in a closet or unused corner of your room.
Personal portable saunas only have two drawbacks that I can think of.
The claustrophobic may not like the tight spaces of a portable sauna.
Portable saunas don’t offer the same intense heat that you would get from a traditional sauna and some people don’t like this. If you are one of those people who enjoys that intense heat, be sure to try a portable sauna first because you may not be satisfied with the lack of intensity.
So if you’re looking for an easy and affordable way to get the health and relaxation benefits of a sauna, you should check out the personal portable saunas available. They may not be the same as a traditional sauna, but they sure are close and you can’t beat them for comfort and price.