Yes it is a great idea @GeoLad but you must keep in mind that; With a 10,000-lux light box, light therapy typically involves daily sessions of about 20 to 30 minutes. But a lower-intensity light box, such as 2,500 lux, may require longer sessions. Check the manufacturer’s guidelines and follow your doctor’s instructions. He or she may suggest you start with shorter sessions and gradually increase the time.
@kimmy123 wow thanks for that illustration, I have been searching a lot because I will put up my very own and first diy project which is the infrared sauna. I hope it works well for me lol! @Ozuna I just look it up right now and I am glad I did! Thanks for sharing.
Hi everyone. I am back and wants to let you know that our DIY infrared sauna is already up. IT IS AWESOME! me and my wife are now bonding inside that sauna (because we made it big enough for three people). We had a great time and enjoyed every session of it. I recommend you guys try it too.
@memyselfandi – Sauna therapy can be beneficial for conditions like psoriasis and asthma, while red light therapy can improve the tone and texture of skin, including wound and scar healing, and it can be beneficial for sleep and mood.