What is the difference between an infrared sauna and a classic sauna with a heater/stove?

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A classic sauna with heater/stove heats up the air to high temperatures (90-100 degrees).You go in for a short period (about 15 minutes) after which you take your time to cool down again. An infrared sauna on the other hand works with radiation and warms up the body in a direct way by means of radiation/infrared elements. You use it for about half an hour and normally it is not necessary to cool down afterwards.

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