There’s nothing more relaxing than letting all your worries melt away in the sauna. You stay in an extremely hot place for a brief period, sweat your heart out, exit feeling refreshed. If you enjoy using saunas, did you know that they have a whole array of surprising health benefits?

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This happens because the heat causes your heart to beat faster, and your blood vessels to widen. This helps blood make its way around your body much more freely. Better circulation can help with muscle soreness, which athletes and other people who want to keep fit could benefit from. It can improve joint movement therefore increasing your mobility if you have issues with your joints.


There are all kinds of ways in which you can try and lose weight these days, but have you thought about how a sauna can help? Your heart rate increases while you’re in a sauna, thanks to the dry heat. Spending 20 minutes in a sauna can help you lose up to 500 calories. This happens because your body’s metabolism speeds up in a similar way as it does when you exercise. This isn’t going to replace exercise in your lifestyle, but it’s a fantastic way to help you keep your weight under control!


As many jobs are sedentary nowadays, you don’t get the chance to get out there and move as much as you’d like to. That means that you don’t get to sweat as much as you need to. Just by stepping outdoor, you’re exposed to all kinds of harmful toxins that you’re absorbing right into your skin. The solution is sauna! This is because lead, arsenic and cadmium are all deep in your skin. By sitting in a sauna, you can actually sweat those elements out.

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Sauna has a similar effect to moderate exercise. Your heart rate increases and circulation improves. Because of this, the cells in the heart function better as more blood is being pumped to them.


When you step into a sauna, you’re cutting yourself off from the world outside. That means phone, laptop or anything else that can try and get your attention. All you have to do is sit back and relax. Thanks to the increased heart rate you’ll get after sitting in a sauna, you’ll get more endorphins around your body. These ‘feel good’ chemicals help you relax and makes you feel happier in yourself.

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