Steam sauna or sauna?

Saunas use dry heat, usually from hot stones or an enclosed stove. The steam chamber is heated by a generator filled with boiling water. While a sauna may help to relax and relax your muscles, it's not as good for your health as a steam room. The key to the unique health benefits of a steam room is humidity.

Both steam rooms and saunas can create a temporary fever, or raise the body's temperature - a process called hyperthermia, a very beneficial effect on the body. Both groups can produce the same effect, which is a very important commonality between steam rooms and saunas. If you have breathing problems and allergies, a steam room is a better option (as opposed to a sauna) because the moist air will help clear your sinuses and breathing passages. Inhaled steam is effective in relieving sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma and even colds or other ailments that can be relieved by moist air.

Difference between steam room and sauna room
1. Heating

The steam room heats the water for high temperature and injects it into the room. Moreover, the sauna room is directly heated by electric heating equipment (carbon crystal heating plate, ceramic heater, etc.), which will release heat and cause the indoor temperature to rise.

2. Temperature and humidity

Under normal circumstances, the normal temperature in the sauna room is 70°C, while the temperature in the steam room is lower than 54°C. Although the vapor chamber temperature is low, the humidity is safe. The difference is that the humidity in the sauna room is around 40%.

3. The effect of using

The sauna room is dry steaming and does not contain moisture. It is especially suitable for patients with rheumatism. After steaming, the nose will be more comfortable, but after steaming the skin, it will become monotonous. Therefore, the steam room is wet steaming, and ladies will choose Wet steam, because the skin is drier, the skin will be drier.
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