HISTORY OF THE FINNISH SAUNA
For nearly two thousand years, the sauna has been an essential part of life in Finland. The Finns are true to their traditions of sauna bathing. In todayâ€™s modern world, many people are now also using saunas and enjoying the many benefits they have to offer. Saunacore conventional saunas are designed to heat the room up to very high temperatures. This in turn opens clogged pores through perspiration and sweat, emitting harmful toxins that are captured in the skin.
The bodyâ€™s natural way to cleanse itself is through perspiration. The saunaâ€™s high temperature (average 180Â°F) and low humidity (25%) create an environment that promotes overall perspiration, which flushes away impurities and deep cleanses the pores. This special combination of high heat and low humidity soothes and relaxes tired muscles, relieves stress, and promotes a wonderful feeling of well-being. During a sauna, circulation, rate of breathing, and pulse rate increase. Ten minutes in the sauna is comparable to doing ten minutes of aerobic activity.
BENEFITS OF SAUNA
â€¢ Relieves pain and stiffness from arthritis
â€¢ Beautifies, cleanses, and clears skin and complexion
â€¢ Helps to burn calories and lose weight
â€¢ Relieves muscular aches and pains
â€¢ Sharpens senses
â€¢ Boosts immune and cardiovascular systems
â€¢ Eliminates harmful toxins trapped in the skin
â€¢ Relieves stress and anxieties
â€¢ Revitalizes the mind and body
â€¢ Energizes the body
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