- One sauna session increases the amount of oxygen and nutrients
delivered to your organs – especially the skin.
- Saunas make your body heat up the same way it would if you had a fever, helping your body to heal itself.
- They’re face-friendly! Saunas will relax facial muscles, aid in a clearer complexion, and help remove dirt and oil.
- Evidence shows sweat created in a dry or steam sauna contains about 97 % water, while the sweat of far-infrared sauna users contains only 80%water and 20 per cent toxins.
However, A study shows that improper of excess use of sauna has many demerits too.
Here are Some Steps that should be taken seriously to avoid any negative health effects of the sauna.
- Avoid drinking alcohol: Alcohol can increase the risks of dehydration since it causes the body to lose more water through urinating more.
- Limit time spent in a sauna: Don’t spend more than 20 minutes at a time in a sauna. People who have never used a sauna should consider limiting their time to about 5 to 10 minutes. As they get used to the heat, they can slowly increase the time to about 20 minutes.
- Drink plenty of water: Regardless of the type of sauna a person uses, it’s important to replace the fluids lost from sweating. People spending time in a sauna should drink about two to four glasses of water after using a sauna.
- Avoid sauna During illness: People who are ill should also wait until they recover before using a sauna. Women who are pregnant or those with certain medical conditions, such as low blood pressure, should ask their doctor before sauna use.
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