I believe if you will to create a sauna. You should use infrared light. Because it produces heats to the body which gives effect of it being “sauna”. We are planning to build one so that’s what we read.
Red therapy and infrared sauna can provide a one-two combo. When comparing the two you need to think about the user’s exercise/lifestyle habit. Most people indulge in more than one activity, be it yoga and running, lifting and swimming, or whatever you have time for. Red light therapy has been shown to promote healing and reduce inflammation and pain symptoms, potentially shortening your recovery time. Infrared sauna sessions will simulate the heart-pumping, blood circulating endorphin rush you crave while also potentially helping you sweat our toxins.