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How Long Should I Stay In The Sauna?

How Long Should I Stay In The Sauna?

The length of time you should stay in a sauna depends on several factors, including your preference, health status, and the type of sauna you use. In general, it is recommended that beginners start with shorter sessions, gradually increasing the duration as they become more accustomed to the heat.

For traditional dry saunas, 10-15 minutes is often recommended, followed by a cool-down period outside the sauna. For infrared saunas, sessions may be longer, typically 20-30 minutes.

Listening to your body and avoiding staying in the sauna for too long is essential. Signs that you may need to exit the sauna include dizziness, nausea, or an uncomfortable heat level. Additionally, staying hydrated and drinking plenty of water before, during, and after a sauna session is necessary. If you have any health concerns or are unsure about the appropriate time for sauna use, it is best to consult a healthcare professional.


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