Sauna

Sauna

Sauna is the only bath in the world, which at the same time has both dry and moist air. It is a natural way for the body to cleanse itself through perspiration. The high temperature (average 80 degrees Celsius) and low humidity (about 25%) create an environment which promotes comprehensive sweating and deep cleanse the pores. Body impurities are flushed away (even nicotine from the body of the smoker). This total perspiration helps maintain clean, healthy skin and gives a fresh complexion. The sauna is primarily a place to rest. The soft heat and humidity soothes and relaxes tired muscles, reduce stress and help you feel satisfied and healthy after taking a sauna. Natural painkillers for the body, beta-endorphins and norepinephrine are released and help them feel much like the runner reached record. During their stay in the sauna increases the rate of blood circulation, respiration rate and heart rate. The sauna is a gentle exercise or cardiovascular workout for your heart. During their stay in the sauna also burn calories. The sauna should be used in combination with proper diet and exercise program. Give yourself enough time to relax when you decide to use the sauna. The room I have to do is heated to the appropriate temperature (average temperature range is from 80 to 90 degrees Celsius). Release your worries as you shed your clothes and let the relaxing Sauna aura surround you. Give your body enough time to adjust to high heat. Sit or lie down on the upper bench for the highest temperature. You can stand and lower bench for low temperature. Optionally pour one or two ladles of water over hot rocks to produce steam, which will help perspiration. After 10-20 minutes, or when you feel ready, exit the sauna and cool down by taking a shower or a dip in the pool or lake. Take a break for a while until you are out of the sauna. Ideally nice to have a dressing room and shower next to the sauna. It is better to spend as much time cooling down as you spent in the sauna. Optionally, re-enter the sauna and repeat the procedure. Finish with a final shower. Then relax with your favorite drink and enjoy the feeling that stays with you after taking a sauna.