The Finnish sauna is a hot air dry bath where the aim is alternating hot air temperature shocks in contrast to an ice water bath or shower. In order to increase the effects of the heat in the "sweat room", it is possible to carry out self-massage with a variety of massage cloths and brushes. Through an adequate number of alternating sweating and cooling cycles, the necessary effects of the sauna can be individually achieved.
Operating temperature: 50 - 95°C, up to 110°C
The effects of the saunas consist of the total relaxation of the musculoskeletal system and positively influence blood pressure disorders (hypotonia), chronic airway disorders, arthrosis, degenerative joint diseases, rheumatism, detoxification of the organism, endorphin release - happiness hormones, immune strengthening - prevention of the flu and colds, additional treatment for weight loss.
Caution should be exercised in the event of an intolerability for high temperatures. The sauna is not suitable for acute inflammatory, especially feverish illnesses, high blood pressure, a high degree of pregnancy, or for unhealed wounds. Alternatively, as directed by your doctor.
After sauna, it is necessary to supply the body with the lost fluid.