What type of sauna is best?
Types of Saunas - Dry Saunas
A dry sauna is what people usually call a sauna. Dry sauna uses electric heating equipment (carbon crystal heating plate, ceramic heater, etc.) to directly heat it with electricity, which will release heat to increase the temperature in the sauna room and make people sweat.
The temperature of dry steaming is higher than that of wet steaming, up to about 100°C. Dry steaming is especially suitable for patients with rheumatism because it does not contain moisture. At the same time, there is no smell of steam. Steaming will make the nose more comfortable, and breathing will not be stuffy. However, the skin will be dry after steaming, so drink plenty of water before and during the dry steaming.
Types of Sauna Room - Wet Steam Room
The wet steam room is the so-called steam room. Wet steaming is to use a steam pot to boil water to generate steam, which is then sprayed through a pipe, and the generated steam has abundant moisture. The temperature is generally controlled at around 50°C.
Ladies often choose wet steaming, because after steaming, the skin will be rosier and more radiant than before, but there will be discomfort such as suffocation when breathing. Wet steaming also makes the human body perspire, so more water should be added before and during wet steaming.
The quality of domestic fir is more important, and fir is easy to deform. Pay attention to selecting materials that have undergone high temperature treatment and infrared drying, and have been treated with six-sided paint to ensure the airtightness of the sauna; the size of the sauna stove is related to the amount of steam. , It is more appropriate to choose a household furnace with suitable power and space area; thermometers and timers cannot be ignored, and the quality must be guaranteed.