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What Is A Sauna?

What Is A Sauna?

A sauna is a small room or space designed for relaxation and health benefits that exposes the body to high temperatures. It typically consists of wooden walls, benches, and a stove or heater to heat rocks or special heating elements. Water is poured over the stones to create steam and increase humidity, which makes the air feel hotter and more intense.

Saunas are famous worldwide and have been used for thousands of years in different cultures for various purposes, including stress relief, detoxification, and socializing. The high temperature in a sauna causes the body to sweat, which is believed to help flush out toxins and impurities, improve circulation, and promote relaxation. While saunas can be relaxing and offer health benefits, they can also be dangerous for some people and should be used cautiously, particularly by those with underlying medical conditions.


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