Sauna - Is Good for you?
Sauna helps a person to sweat and this makes the person to purify their skin and sweat glands. With 30% of body waste, yes 30%, being in a sauna helps to stimulate the detoxifying of the skin. Profuse sweating improves the body to flush. Steam inhalation taken in a steam rooms acts as a very good treatment for several respiratory problems.Saunas are usually taken after the exercise at the gym or in series of
spa treatments. Sauna gets heated using electric heaters or infrared until it reaches a desired temperature.
It helps to remove the toxins from the body, reduce joint stiffness, muscle pain relief and get relaxation, and increased flexibility of the body. The person who suffered from fever, taking alcohol or drugs should not enter into the sauna. While undergoing sauna, a person should take plenty of water before, during and after the sauna bath.
Basically heat treatments offer body and mind relaxation benefits, but especially sauna
is good and helpful for your muscles and skin. Once your skin has sweats out dirt from your pores and your muscles gets warmed and relaxation means, you feel much better in yourself.
- Immune system strengthening
- Improves blood circulation
- Enhanced detoxification processes
- Skin cleansing and rejuvenation
- Stress and tension relief
Sauna treatment is a method of cleansing and toning of the organism and also removes toxins from the body. It is an effective treatment and is chiefly intended to uplift the spirit and tone the body.
- Infrared Sauna
- Traditional sauna
- Wooden Heated sauna
- Electric sauna
Infrared sauna, not only give dry heat effect to your body, but also the infrared rays will go through into your skin. Infrared benefits include immune system booster, helps to control cholesterol level, wound healing, relieves body and stress pain, cure skin diseases, detoxify(purify) the body, lower blood pressure and also helps to energize the body. Infrared rays can be outstanding for a number of ailments and the beauty of these saunas is that, they can be installed easily as a home sauna.
- Arthritis Sufferers can benefit from Infrared Sauna
People who suffered from arthritis, like chronic or rheumatoid(attacking the joints) in nature, could be beneficial one for using the infrared sauna. Using sauna, just for few minutes a day will relieves pain from your body and swelling significantly.
- Infrared Sauna for Athletes
The infrared sauna can make a person healthy and also people who participate in athlete, then this infrared sauna can make your healing time between workouts, decrease healing time immediately and can be more beneficial one. This means that, if you pull your muscle or twist the ankle from your body, this will increase the blood flow to the sense organs like ears, eyes and nose to your body, and then healing time will cut in half.
Traditional sauna is traditionally as same as Russian sauna and also known as Finnish saunas or smoke saunas. Records and other historical evidences indicate that, the first wooden sauna is built in 5th or 8th century. In early days, saunas were dug into a hill or embankment.
Due to the advancement of tools and techniques, they were built later using wooden logs above the ground. It provides temporary relief for arthritic pain, helps to reduce toxins from the body, and also promotes healing and releases natural pain killers. Some essential oils used in the Finnish sauna are, Birch Essential Oil is used for pain relief, nervous pain, arthritis and joint problems and also reduces inflammation. Tea tree essential oil is used by the American people for germicidal and antiseptic qualities. Pine needle essential oil helps for respiratory problems and muscular aches.
- Improves blood circulation
- Tension and stress relief
- Relax tired muscles and release pains.
- Helps in maintaining healthy and clear skin
- Relieves mental fatigue