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The Benefits of

HOT SAUNA

Experience the rejuvenating benefits of our hot sauna! Regular sauna sessions can help detoxify your body, improve circulation, reduce muscle soreness, and promote relaxation. Embrace the soothing heat to relieve stress, boost your immune system, and enhance overall well-being. Step into our sauna and feel revitalized from the inside out!

Why Hot Sauna is
Good for You

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Detoxifies the Body:

Sweating is one of the body’s natural ways to eliminate toxins. In the sauna, the intense heat induces deep sweating, which helps to flush out impurities and toxins, leading to a healthier body.

Improves
Cardiovascular Health:

Regular sauna sessions can improve cardiovascular function by increasing heart rate and enhancing blood circulation. The heat causes blood vessels to dilate, promoting better blood flow and helping to reduce blood pressure. This can lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

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Relieves Stress and Promotes Relaxation:

The warm, tranquil environment of the sauna helps to relax both the body and mind. The heat stimulates the release of endorphins, the body’s natural "feel-good" chemicals, reducing stress and promoting a sense of well-being. Regular sauna use can help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Eases Muscle and
Joint Pain:

Sauna therapy is excellent for relieving muscle soreness and joint pain. The heat penetrates deep into muscle tissues, reducing inflammation, increasing flexibility, and soothing aches and pains. This makes it particularly beneficial for athletes and those with chronic pain conditions such as arthritis.

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Enhances Skin Health:

The sweating induced by a sauna session helps to cleanse your skin by opening up pores and flushing out impurities. This can lead to improved skin texture, reduced acne, and a healthy, radiant glow.

Boosts Immune System:

Regular sauna use can enhance your immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells, which help fight off infections and illnesses. The improved circulation also supports overall immune function, making you more resilient to common colds and other ailments.

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Promotes Better Sleep:

Sauna sessions can help regulate your body temperature and promote relaxation, leading to improved sleep quality. The calming effect on the nervous system and the release of endorphins contribute to more restful and deeper sleep.

Hot Sauna

Recommended Sauna Protocols for Optimal Health Benefits

  • Heat and Cold Combination Protocol:

    • Start with a 20-minute sauna session at high temperatures (up to 260°F, starting lower to acclimate).

    • Follow with a 3-5 minute cold plunge up to the neck.

    • Repeat the cycle several times to enhance recovery and increase tolerance to heat and cold through hormonal and neurotransmitter adaptations.

  • General Sauna Use:

    • A single 15-minute session can boost white blood cell counts and balance cortisol levels.

    • For stress reduction, use a 12-minute session at 90°C followed by a 6-minute cooldown.

  • Growth Hormone Release Protocol:

    • Engage in 30-minute sauna sessions followed by a 5-10 minute cooling period, repeating multiple times.

    • Best results are observed with once-weekly sessions in four sets of 30 minutes each.

  • Minimum Effective Dose:

    • For general health benefits, consider 20-minute sauna sessions at 170°F, four times per week.

Using a hot sauna may not be safe for everyone. Individuals with cardiovascular diseases (such as heart disease, hypertension, and arrhythmias), respiratory conditions (such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), neurological conditions (such as multiple sclerosis), skin conditions (such as eczema or psoriasis), diabetes, kidney disease, or any condition that impairs sweating should consult with their healthcare professional before using this service. Pregnant women and individuals who have recently consumed alcohol or heavy meals should also avoid sauna use. By utilizing our sauna services, you acknowledge that you have been informed of these risks and agree to use the facilities at your own risk.

Tips
For

Successful
Hot
Sauna
Session

1 / Stay Hydrated

Drink plenty of water before and after your sauna session to stay hydrated and replenish lost fluids.

2 / Cool Down

After your sauna session, allow your body to cool down gradually. This can be achieved by taking a cool shower or simply sitting in a cool environment.

3 / Listen to Your Body

Pay attention to how your body responds and never push yourself beyond your comfort level. If you feel lightheaded or uncomfortable, exit the sauna immediately.

4 / Combine with Cold Therapy

Alternating between hot sauna sessions and cold plunge therapy can enhance the benefits of both treatments and provide a more comprehensive wellness experience.

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