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Health Benefits

Burns Calories: Because of the increased metabolic rates and the energy required for sweating, up to 300 calories can be expended in a single sauna session which is roughly equivalent to running 2-3 miles.

Conditions Your Heart: The heart rate increases when the body is exposed to high temperatures, which also improves the circulation.

Relaxes Muscles: Saunas can also give temporary relief to the pain of arthritis and rheumatism.

Flushes Toxins: Through sweating, the sauna can help remove unhealthy elements.

Cleanses Skin: Will give you a more youthful appearance. With the opening of the pores and cleansing of the skin, you will not only have cleaner skin, it will look better also.





Relieves Stress: It helps to relax and offers relief from every day stress and anxiety in our lives.

Induces Relaxing and Deep Sleep: Saunas can help those having difficulty sleeping to a more relaxed, sound sleep.

Aromatherapy: Provides fast congestive relief. The Sauna experience is different for everyone.

There is surprisingly little awareness of the wide range of sauna benefits. This 2000 year old tradition is enjoyed by people who appreciate the physical and mental benefits of dry heat or steam bathing. The combination of body perspiration, rest and rapid cooling stimulates circulation, reduces muscular and nervous tension, and for many, heightens mental awareness. The sauna provides an environment for mental and physical health.

In addition, saunas are not advised for pregnant women, small children, or the elderly. Limit time to 10 to 15 minutes. Drink plenty of water before and after the sweat bath to replace fluids lost during the treatment. If you experience dizziness, problems with breathing, or a general feeling of ill health, leave the sauna. Enjoy your sauna's healthy environment but do not push your body beyond it's comfort level.

Use of the Sauna

There are a few precautions to keep in mind. Because of the increase of cardiovascular activity caused by the heat, sweat therapy is not recommended for people with heart disease or other cardiovascular problems. Individuals with high blood pressure should consult their doctor.