Sauna: health and fitness
Increased life expectancy
The heart, brain, skin and body as a whole benefit from this practice, developed by different peoples over many centuries. Plus, it can prevent colds and even strokes.
Sauna is medicine
There is a Finnish saying: the sauna is the poor man's medicine. The benefits of visiting a sauna arise from the body’s adaptation to the effects of heat, writes Susanna Söberg in her book “Swimming in Cold Water.”
Sauna: The path to health and well-being
A sauna is not just a place to rest and relax. It is also a powerful tool for improving health and well-being. In this article, we'll look at the many benefits of the sauna
Sauna and health
The sauna has become popular for promoting health and longevity. Heart health. Reducing the risk of heart disease.
Psoriasis and sauna
People with psoriasis can visit the pool and beach, fitness room and cosmetologist's office, eat delicious food and travel. Everything is the same, but with its own characteristics.
The benefits of a sauna
If you've never visited a sauna before, increase the duration and intensity gradually: "You can start with 10- or 15-minute sessions
We found a replacement for physical education
Lying down is no worse than running: scientists have found a pleasant and easy replacement for physical exercise It turned out that warming the body in a sauna has almost the same beneficial effect on health as moderate-intensity exercise.
Scientific evidence for the benefits of saunas
Recently, publications have appeared in the Japanese media that demonstrate the unexpectedly increased interest of the scientific community in the sauna.
Protection against cardiac death
For decades, scientists have been trying to come up with the ideal formula for physical exercise that would allow people to stay in shape without much effort.
Proven health benefits of sauna
Visiting a sauna can be not only a pleasant, but also a healthy activity. Among other things, the risk of developing cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases
For women who care about their facial skin and hair, the benefits of a sauna are obvious.
Critical effects of regular dry sauna bathing
Sauna bathing is a form of whole-body thermotherapy that has been used in various forms (radiant heat, sweat lodges, etc.)
10 Scientific Reasons Why
Saunas provide a unique sense of rejuvenation (perhaps this effect is more pronounced in a Russian bathhouse, although it depends on how well the sauna or bathhouse is heated and how the washing ritual is performed).