Sauna

Introduction

Restore your well-being and get the golden glow of health by creating your very health sanctuary in the privacy of your home. Sauna, the “Finish” way of relaxation is now at your disposal. The concept of Sauna originated in Finland about 2000 yrs ago. Originally it was a pit dug into a slope. Over the years it transformed into a cabin with fire place.

The simple heat generation process has astounding benefits. The soft heat created has a gentle penetrating and moisturizing effect. Perspiration in a non-polluted and healthy atmosphere eliminates harmful toxins and metabolic wastes from the body, consequently improving body’s metabolism. A retreat to this exclusive haven promotes physical and mental replenishment. Sauna may provide some relief to patients with asthma and chronic bronchitis and may also alleviate pain and improve joint mobility in patients with rheumatic diseases. Sauna does not cause drying of skin and may even benefit patients with psoriasis.

It may reduce the incidence of the common cold and temporarily relieve the symptoms. Regular saunas combined with exercise therapy can efficiently clear organic chemicals, drugs and heavy metals from the body. Sauna improves microcirculation and blood supply to constricted areas. It also stimulates the production of hormones.

Benefits

Ease Joint Pain and stiffness

Saunas can ease joint pain, muscular-skeletal ailments, muscle and tissue injuries with its penetrating heat properties.

Removes toxins and mineral waste

Sweating in a sauna can help to detoxify the body of harmful impurities, heavy metals, acids, sodium, nicotine, alcohol, and many more substances.

Improves Skin Conditions

Saunas increase blood and nutrient supply to the capillaries through increased blood circulation, leaving the skin glowing and fresh after the infrared sauna session.

Strengthens the immune system

When the body’s core temperature increases, an artificial fever is induced. This increases the production of white blood cells, improving the body’s overall resistance to foreign viruses.

Reduces stress and fatigue

When sitting back in the radiant heat of the sauna, stress and tension melt away. After a session in the sauna, you will feel refreshed, renewed, and rejuvenated.

Our Products

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Sauna Bath Unit

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Sauna Bathroom

Sauna Room

Do’s & Dont’s

Do’s

  • Take a shower before the first session.
  • Drink a glass of water before a steam bath.
  • Remove clothing and jewelry.
  • Stay in the steam bath in accordance with your personal sensitivity – Do not exceed 15-20 minutes.
  • While taking steam, allow yourself to relax completely.
  • After the steam session, when perspiring freely, move to the dressing area and relax; then follow up with a cool shower.
  • Leave the steam room immediately if uncomfortable, dizzy, or sleepy. Staying too long in steam can lead to suffocation.
  • Beginners should stay in the steam room for at most 2-3 minutes. Experienced users may stay from 5 to 15 minutes.
  • It is essential that you cool off thoroughly after each session. Never start a fresh session if your body is warm and never change from one type of bath to another until you have cooled down properly.
  • Drink 2 to 3 glasses of water to replace water loss during the steam session.
  • Dress when completely dry and perspiration has stopped.
  • Steam bath should be taken on alternate days or 3 times a week, or as advised by the doctor.
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