Suana in a home environment

F. A. Q.

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A sauna is a small room or house designed for experiencing dry or wet heat sessions, which can induce sweating.

Sauna use can promote relaxation, soothe muscles after exercise, improve circulation, and may aid in detoxification through sweating.

Traditional saunas can reach temperatures between 150°F to 195°F (65°C to 90°C), while infrared saunas are typically between 120°F to 140°F (49°C to 60°C).

The recommended time varies, but generally, 10 to 20 minutes is considered safe for healthy adults.

While saunas can lead to temporary water weight loss due to sweating, they are not an effective method for long-term weight loss.

Risks include dehydration, heat exhaustion, or heat stroke, particularly for those with heart conditions or who are pregnant. It's best to consult a doctor before using a sauna.

It's important to rehydrate by drinking water and to cool down gradually

Saunas are generally not recommended for young children. Children's bodies regulate temperature differently and they are more susceptible to dehydration.

Traditional saunas use heat to warm the air, which in turn warms your body. Infrared saunas use infrared panels to warm your body directly without warming the air around you.

Pregnant women should generally avoid saunas, due to the risks associated with high body temperatures in early pregnancy.

This can vary, but many people safely use a sauna 2-3 times a week. However, it's important to listen to your body and avoid overdoing it.

It's recommended to take a shower before to cleanse the skin, and after to remove sweat and toxins from the skin's surface.