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Are Saunas Good For You?

A traditional or infrared sauna session can bring a wide variety of health benefits, such as improving high blood pressure, relieving pain from conditions like arthritis, and reducing the risk of lung disease! This more and more doctors are recommending this activity as a daily wellness routine.

Some important health benefits are:


According to a recent study that tracked 2,300 middle-aged men for an average of 20 years conducted at Harvard University, reducing stress might save your life. The study showed that people who used a sauna at least four times a week for 15 minutes had significant improvements in their blood pressure. High blood pressure increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.


Saunas do wonders for our muscles and joints. When our bodies are under the high heat saunas provide, our heart rate rises; this increases blood circulation and releases endorphins. Better blood flow moves higher volumes of oxygen to your body. A well-oxygenated body helps replace worn-out cells. Whereas endorphins are the body's natural pain killers, they create a general feeling of well-being; hence people call them the "feel-good hormones."


Relaxing, reducing anxiety, and having a better mood are not the only benefits one can get from a deep-sweat sauna session. According to studies conducted at the University of Eastern Finland, people who used saunas or infrared saunas 4-7 times a week for 15 minutes lowered their risk of developing Alzheimer's & Dementia.


Are saunas good for your heart?

Medical research has shown that repeated use of saunas "improves impaired vascular endothelial function in the setting of coronary risk factors." When we sit in a sauna under high heat levels, our heart rate rises; this makes for a better blow flood which carries more oxygen to our body, ultimately improving heart health.


Do saunas help you lose weight?

Myths of saunas being a "sit down and lose weight" machine have always been around. However, this is not entirely true. An increase in your metabolic rate and the sweating process caused by a sauna bath consumes a large amount of energy. That energy is derived from breaking down proteins, fat, and carbohydrates in a bodily function that burns up calories. This, in the long run, is a great way to burn extra calories, but don't bank on it alone to shed pounds.


Are saunas good for your skin?

Heat bathing is one of the oldest beauty and health strategies for cleansing skin. When the body produces sweat, the skin starts replacing dead skin cells and enhances collagen production. This process gives you the famous "after sauna glow." Sweating rinses bacteria out of the epidermal layer and sweat ducts. Cleansing the pores has been shown to improve capillary circulation while giving the skin a softer-looking quality.


Are saunas good for arthritis?

Sauna therapy is one of the best ways to alleviate the pain from osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. One of the most effective treatment methods for osteoarthritis is getting your body exposed to heat. What better way to get you exposed to heat than to sit in a sauna, right? The heat a sauna produces relaxes the muscles and soothes the aches and pains in both muscles and joints.


Can I use a sauna every day?

It is considered safe to use a sauna every day. However, like everything, it should be used consciously and in moderation. You should consult your doctor if you're unsure saunas are right for you.

Keep the following safety tips in mind:

• No alcohol should be consumed before your sauna session.
• Stay hydrated! Drink plenty of water before and after your.
• If you start to feel dizzy, nauseous, or have a headache, leave immediately. Taking care of your body is not bad, but moderation is key.
• The heat of a sauna makes the heart work harder. People with heart problems, pregnancy, high or low blood pressure should consult a doctor before using a sauna.
• The recommended session time cap is 15 to 20 minutes. Staying in a sauna too long can lead to blistering. If your skin starts to sting, get out.


Where should I put my sauna?

The location for your sauna will ultimately be decided by available space and preferences.

For indoor saunas, we recommend the following:

  • Try to place your sauna near a shower. This is not necessary, but it may come in handy.
  • Try to place your sauna near an electrical socket. Running electrical wiring across an entire room can be a hassle, so keeping electricity as close as possible is always good to keep in mind.
  • Try to place your sauna in a place where it will not get affected by rain or weather in general. Some components for indoor saunas may not be adapted for the outdoors and could get damaged.

For outdoor saunas, we recommend the following:

  • It would be best to assemble the sauna on a deck, a porch, or a separate structure outside.
  • Always use a solid foundation, concrete blocks, concrete slabs, paver stones, or outdoor treated wood.
  • Choose a protected area if you live in a zone with harsh weather conditions.
  • If you live in an area that receives large amounts of snow or water, we recommend placing a structure over your saunas.


Do saunas detox your body?

Saunas help to flush toxins through the sweating process. When we do not actively work out daily, we do not sweat much daily, but deep sweating has many health benefits including increased blood flow. The deep sweat benefits are possible to achieve through regular sessions.

During a sauna bath, the heat causes the core body temperature to increase in turn causing an increased blood circulation with the heat reaching the skin surface.

The nervous system stimulates sweat glands which then produce sweat. Sweat reduces all toxins absorbed from just being present, working, and commuting from our homes to our offices, basically by being in our daily environments, for example, lead, copper, zinc, nickel, and mercury.


Do saunas use a lot of electricity?

The energy cost of an electric sauna heater or electric sauna stove will vary depending on where you live and the model you choose.

On average, a 4.5 kW heater will cost $0.31 (USD) for every 20-minute session; that's only $60.48 a year (assuming you use it four times a week). A 4.5 kW electric heater has enough power to heat a room measuring 140 to 210 cubic feet.

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According to a study by RunRepeat, the average gym costs in the US are " $31.00 with lower-tier memberships to $44.42 on higher-tier memberships." This means you'd be saving almost 11 months of gym memberships per year when you become a proud home sauna owner.


How much does a sauna cost?

When buying a home-based indoor or outdoor sauna, the costs can range from $3,000 to $10,000, but most high-quality saunas average a price of $8000.