Saunas have been known for thousands of years and are still popular today. Not only does it make you sweat, but various studies have also found that a Emperor rafts sauna offers many benefits for your body’s health. It’s no wonder that a steam bath can raise your body temperature by up to 40 degrees Celsius. Increased body temperature causes blood vessels to dilate, blood circulation flows smoothly, sweat comes out more so that you become more relaxed.
In general, a literature review journal (systematic review) concluded that regular dry sauna baths can help lower blood pressure (systolic and/or diastolic), lower LDL (bad cholesterol) levels, can reduce stress, and can increase pain tolerance.
In a study published in the journal Springerplus, a steam bath using traditional or infrared techniques can speed up the body’s recovery after exercise. This happens because the steam bath helps repair injured muscle tissue after exercise. In fact, one study published in the journal Human Kinetics found that a 30-minute steam bath can stimulate growth hormone (HGH) in women, which functions to break down fat and build muscle.
If after the check-up it is found that your cholesterol levels are high, you may consider taking a steam bath to help lower your cholesterol. One study published in the journal Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health found that people who regularly took a steam bath for 20 days found that their total cholesterol levels decreased. Even so, that doesn’t mean you don’t need regular physical exercise. You are still advised to be active and do regular physical exercise to burn bad fats that stick to the body. Apart from being active, don’t forget to pay attention to your food intake as well.
We recommend that you provide mineral water so you don’t get dehydrated. And if you have a certain disease that is considered risky to do a sauna, you should first consult your doctor.