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How To Care For Your Infrared Sauna

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If not properly cared for, your   infrared sauna   can harbor a variety of bacteria, mold, and/or fungi in the floorboards or seats. By implementing an effective maintenance plan, you can keep your sauna sanitary. Basic care and cleaning for your Infrared Sauna 1. Do not paint or stain the wood of the sauna. Artificial finishes on the sauna can cause the wood surface to become much hotter than normal and allow fumes to escape from the wood treatment. Artificial treatments may also soften the wood and prevent proper ventilation. To remain effective, the wood of your  infrared sauna  needs to “breathe.” 2. While sweat is a natural byproduct of any great sauna experience, it can cause discoloration and staining on the surface of your infrared sauna due to a buildup of body oils, as well as the expulsion of toxins from your body during sauna use. One of the easiest ways to minimize staining is to lay a towel down on the bench and backrest, and a floor matt on the floorboards. This will cat

SAUNA HEALTH BENEFITS PROVEN BY SCIENCE

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  1. Reduction of Stress and Anxiety Sauna  devotees frequently attribute stress  relief as the primary reason they attend the sauna many times per week. Stress levels naturally reduce when a person enters a warm, peaceful environment. A sauna's calming qualities make it the ideal setting for clearing one's mind and simply relaxing. In today's hectic environment, it's reasonable to say that nearly everyone might benefit from some extra quiet time and stress relief on a daily basis. One of the most effective strategies to make stress reduction a regular habit is to have a sauna at home. Aside from the stress-relieving environment of a sauna, there are a number of other advantages to being in the warm climate. Muscles relax, blood flow improves, and endorphins are released in the body, for example. The benefits of essential oils like eucalyptus are replicated by these "feel good" compounds. As a result, several saunas advise the use of these oils for additional

10 tips for cleaning your infrared sauna

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7 tips for cleaning your infrared sauna Your infrared sauna is a moist, hot environment that comes into contact with skin. It's important to clean regularly so you can avoid unpleasant odors and maintain the health of your Sauna room 10 simple ways to keep it fresh:  Cleaning before use- place all prepping materials on the table or floor near the front entrance (soap dish/paper towels). Leave these items out until needed; do not store any cleaning supplies in areas where they will accumulate sweat stains from other patrons’ hands! You may also want to include some liquid hand sanitizer at this time if preferred by those who will be using the machine after themselves during the session(s). We recommend keeping at least one bottle per person present because everyone Always use the brush when scrubbing with soap and water after each session in order for it be clean enough! You only need 30 seconds or so if you're using your sauna every day, but a more thorough cleaning should def

The Best Cedar Sauna Review: Which Cedar Sauna is Right For You?

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The Best Cedar Sauna Review:  Which Cedar Sauna is Right For You? Cedar is a very healthy wood and is used in saunas for its fresh, light scent. In addition, Cedar has an advantage over other woods because it doesn't give off any formaldehyde or heavy metals when heated, which means you can stay in the sauna longer without it giving you respiratory problems. The cedar sauna improves circulation and gets your mind right by relaxing your muscles and relieving tension. It also boosts your mood by raising your heart rate and increasing blood flow to the brain. This type of sauna is all-natural, so it's perfect for people with allergies or who might be sensitive to chemicals. Which Cedar Wood to Choose for Your Sauna ? Cedar is a type of wood frequently used in saunas because of its ability to resist rot and the tendency to release aromatic oils. What is the Difference Between a Cedar and Hemloc k Choice for Your Sauna? Cedar is a common wood found in North America , but hemlock is

How a sauna differs from a bathhouse

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There are not as many differences as one might think. Russian bathhouses and Finnish saunas were traditionally used for recreation and replaced bathrooms in places where it was impossible to install them. In tsarist Russia and later, public baths were much less luxurious than Sandunov's, but they allowed the inhabitants to keep themselves relatively clean. And in Finland, until the 1940s, many children were born in the sauna - it was often the most hygienic place on the grounds and allowed to carry out the "shameful" procedure away from the eyes of men, as was then thought necessary.  Nowadays, saunas and baths may consist of only two rooms: a locker room and the steam room itself - but there must be a separate room for washing, if not a different room, at least a shower nearby. The main thing in the bath and the sauna is the process of heating, which is achieved in a slightly different way. In the Finnish sauna, though, the temperature is high (about 80 degrees, but ca

The benefits of sauna for the human body. Sauna after fitness: benefit or harm

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Scientists have repeatedly proved the  benefit of the sauna .  Such a helpful pastime has recently almost superseded the traditional Russian bath. However, many people, especially athletes, have doubts about whether to visit the sauna after training. To begin with, let's analyze the general effect of such a procedure on the body. Cedar sauna , undoubtedly, strengthens the body. Temperature changes promote immunity, hardening and improving the general state of health. As a result, a person becomes resistant to various infectious diseases. A trip to the sauna is often accompanied by the application of essential oils, massage sessions, and aromatherapy. The active components of various substances easily penetrate through the dilated pores and positively affect the skin and the body as a whole.  So, the health benefits of sauna: Infections are eliminated. Strengthens the immune system. Regularly going to the sauna dramatically reduces the risk of cancer. Toxins of all kinds are remove

The round bathhouse and its features

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Lovers of enjoying the steam more and more often give preference to round baths. However, it should be noted that this form is not new, as many nations have long accepted to make steam rooms in the form of barrels. In addition, the round bath can be made in the form of a dome. Below we will consider why such forms are attractive and what their features are. Barrel Sauna General information The form of a barrel has not only Finn sauna but also Japanese ofuro, in addition, often in the form of barrels made and Russian baths. But if the Finnish and Russian barrel baths are just an architectural form, the Japanese ofuro are large containers filled with warm water. These types of steam rooms differ not only by the principle of steam formation, but also by way of taking water procedures. If in the Russian and Finnish baths is traditional dousing or dipping in cool water, in the ofuro they are wiped with tissues. Of course, time dictates its requirements, so in today's baths, more often