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Benefits of a Dry Sauna...

Updated: Apr 21, 2021

.1. Detoxification

The first and most notable health benefit that using a sauna can provide is detoxification. Your body is able to rid itself of the toxins that you absorb from the foods you eat, the beverages you drink, and the air you breathe on its own; but it can only do so to a certain degree. Given the large amount of toxins that we are exposed to on a regular basis, it’s almost impossible for the body to detox itself naturally. 2. Total body relaxation If you’re feeling stressed to the max (or even just a little), spending some time in a sauna may help you feel more relaxed. The simple act of sitting in a quite space without having to attend to any obligations is relaxing in and of itself; but that’s not the only reason why using a sauna helps promote relaxation. It turns out that when you are exposed to high temperatures, your body releases endorphins, those feel-good hormones.

3. Stress relief

It only stands to reason that the more relaxed you are, the less stressed out you will feel, which brings us to our next incredible health benefit of using a sauna: stress relief. The more stressed out you are, the more your body produces the stress hormone cortisol. The more cortisol you produce, the more stressed out you become. It’s a vicious cycle; stress leads to cortisol production, and the more cortisol you produce, the more stressed out you are.

4. Eases aches and pains

Whether it’s from working out, sleeping in an awkward position, or sitting at a desk for prolonged periods of time, aches and pains in the muscles are very common ailment. These aches and pains are caused by a buildup of lactic acid in your muscles, as well as simply overusing them, or not using them enough. Whatever the source may be, aches and pains in your muscles can be downright uncomfortable and even debilitating

5. Aids in Sleep

First, when your body is overloaded with toxins, sleep can be marred. Second, when your cortisol levels are high, falling asleep or achieving a deep, rejuvenating sleep can be difficult. Third, tense muscles can cause aches and pains that can also affect your sleep. Using a sauna helps to flush out toxins deep within your body, promotes increased production of endorphins and suppresses cortisol, and helps to ease tension in your muscles. All of these things combined make it easier to fall asleep – and stay asleep. Instead of sleeping pills, try using a sauna to get a better night of sleep.

6. Improved Skin Health

As you sweat, the dirt, debris, and microbes that have accumulated in your pores are released; in other words, bathing in a sauna not only detoxifies your body, it also detoxifies your pores. Cleaning out and unclogging your pores is extremely restorative. It helps to promote more radiant skin and can also reduce the incidence of breakouts and other


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