The Finnish sauna is a wooden cabin equipped with interior benches and a air heating equipment in order to get a high temperature in the interior as well as a low level of humidity. The temperature in the sauna varies between 80° y 110° C (176° and 230° F) and with a relative humidity of 5 to 25%.
How to take sauna
For the correct use of the sauna, it must start with a shower with hot water. Then once dried the body correctly, we entered the sauna and remain there until you feel the need to leave. Once outside, showering with cold water, starting from bottom to top.
Repeat it many times that appropriate. Then rest for a few minutes to complete the process of relaxation and shower again with warm water.
The benefits of the sauna are achieved when done on a regular basis.
Relaxation, produced by a nervous strain.
Oxygenation, by dilatation of the respiratory ramifications.
Cleaning toxins from the pores.
Stimulation of blood circulation by the elevation of heart rate and vasodilation.