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About saunas Saunas are small rooms that are heated to temperatures between 150°F and 195°F (65°C to 90°C). They often have unpainted, wood interiors and temperature controls. Saunas may also include rocks (as part of their heating element) that absorb and give off heat. Water can be poured onto these rocks to create steam.
There are several different types of saunas. For example, Finnish saunas typically use dry heat while Turkish-style saunas have more moisture.
Relaxing in a hot, woodsy-scented sauna may be the best part of your gym workout, or an enjoyable experience reserved for vacation. Whether you indulge several times a week or only once a year, saunas can provide relaxation and health benefits, such as reducing minor aches and pains.
Sauna benefits Sweating induced by saunas may be beneficialTrusted Source for people with conditions such as COPD, congestive heart failure, and peripheral arterial disease. Saunas may also help reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, and can be advantageous for muscle recovery after sports. People experiencing depression and anxiety may also find sauna bathing helpful.
Sauna safety tips Whether you sauna in public or in private, there are important safety measures you should follow and be aware of:
Despite their benefits, saunas may not be appropriate for everyone. Check with your doctor before using a sauna, especially if you have uncontrolled high blood pressure, diabetes, heart failure, abnormal heart rhythm, or unstable angina. If you have any of these health conditions, limit your sauna use to five minutes per visit, and make sure to cool down slowly. Check with your doctor if you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant, before using a sauna. Don’t use a sauna if you take medications which interfere with your body’s ability to regulate temperature, or medications which make you drowsy. Don’t use a sauna if you’re ill. Drink at least one full glass of water before and after using a sauna, to avoid dehydration. Don’t drink alcohol before, during, or after sauna use. Don’t use recreational drugs before, during, or after sauna use. Don’t eat a large meal prior to using a sauna.