Mein Name ist David Brunner, ich bin freier Autor und schreibe gelegentlich für das Saunazeit-Magazin. Durch meine Erfahrung im Gesundheitswesen kenne ich mich besonders gut mit den Themen Sauna, Wellness und Gesundheit aus. Neben meiner Arbeit gebe ich gerne mein Wissen und meine Gesundheitstipps im Saunazeit-Magazin weiter.
In a world characterized by constant networking, high pressure to perform and incessant demands for productivity, burnout is becoming an increasingly pressing issue. While the search for effective methods of coping with stress and preventing burnout continues, one traditional practice is coming to the fore: the sauna.
Finland, the land of a thousand lakes, is not only known for its breathtaking nature and impressive northern lights, but also for a unique tradition that brings body and soul into harmony: the sauna. At the center of this wellness experience is a fascinating figure who has shaped “sauna culture” for centuries – the sauna washerwoman.
Behind the name Saunatonttu (sauna spirit) lies a rich tradition and a fascinating history that lies at the heart of Finnish sauna culture. Saunatonttu symbolizes not only protection, but also the healing power of the sauna, which is a source of health and well-being for the Finns. Its history is a reflection of the deep cultural appreciation for the sauna in Finland.
At a time when stress and hectic are omnipresent, the topic of wellness is becoming increasingly important. One of the latest developments in this area is the use of airspray in infrared cabins. This combination offers a holistic relaxation experience that appeals to the senses and is good for the body.
A stay by the sea is not only good for the soul, but also for the respiratory system. Especially people with respiratory problems benefit from this. With a brine-salt vaporizer, you can also experience the positive effect of salty air in your sauna. Thereby, the intensive salt content in the air corresponds to that on the seashore and is a beneficial support for your skin as well as for the respiratory tract.
From what age are babies allowed in the sauna? There are very different opinions on this. In Finland alone, 75% of all parents already go to the sauna together with their babies. And there is a reason for that. Regular sauna bathing strengthens the body’s defenses through the alternation of heat and cold and thus reduces the susceptibility of babies and small children to infections and shortens the duration of illness.
A great and above all beneficial alternative to the classic sauna is the infrared cabin. Due to the irradiation with infrared light, it is very gentle on the circulation. After all, the temperatures of only 30 degrees Celsius (86 °F) are significantly lower than in a conventional sauna. Consequently, the circulatory load is also significantly lower. Nevertheless, you should follow some tips.
A textile sauna is a great way to relax, relieve stress and promote good health. Unlike a traditional sauna where nudity is common, in a textile sauna you can wear swimwear or towels. But what is the actual dress code in a textile sauna? In this article we explain everything you need to know about it.
The trend of garden sauna has become increasingly popular in recent years. More and more people use the luxury of their own sauna in the home garden to relax and enjoy wellness all year round. But in addition to enjoying the garden sauna, there is also the question of insurance. Is it really necessary to insure the garden sauna? In this post, you’ll learn everything you need to know about insuring your garden sauna, so you can relax with peace of mind in the future.
Sauna is a place of relaxation and recreation for many people. Here you can leave everyday life behind, relax and recharge your batteries. But it happens again and again that sauna visitors complain or even suffer health problems because of an infusion. In such cases, the question of liability arises: Who bears responsibility for possible damage?
Sauna is considered a popular place for relaxation and regeneration, which promises numerous health benefits. Nevertheless, there are some claims about the possible loss of minerals during a sauna session. In this article, we’ll get to the bottom of the myth and clarify whether minerals can actually be lost when sweating in the sauna.
There are many different ways to cool down after a sauna session, but almost all involve cold water. For example, the Finns go out after the sauna and roll in the cold snow. In Russia, ice bathing after sauna is very popular. But the cooling down afterwards does not have to be as extreme as in these countries.
A sauna infusion is a ritual that has been practiced in many cultures for centuries. Pouring water on hot stones creates steam, which increases the humidity in the sauna and thus provides a more intense sweating experience. In this article you will learn interesting facts about sauna infusions, their health benefits and how to best enjoy them.
Nude sauna is a very popular place where people can relax and experience freedom. But what makes the nude sauna so special? In this post, let’s take a look behind the facade and learn more about the reasons why the nude sauna is so popular. Let’s go on a journey together and find out more about the benefits and advantages of this unique experience.
Today’s wellness services offer a range of different heat therapies. Sauna and steam bath are two of the most common options. In this post, we will compare the respective advantages and disadvantages of the two options and make an informed decision about which form of therapy is best for your needs.
The Japanese are known for their longevity, beauty and health. The secret of their well-being and vitality lies in their lifestyle, which is based on the concept of well-being. From diet to physical activities to relaxation techniques, the Japanese have many practices that help them live healthy and happy lives.
For centuries, the sauna has been considered a place of relaxation, regeneration and health promotion. But how does a sauna session affect our hair and scalp? In this article, we would like to explore the questions of whether a sauna session can cause hair loss, whether the sauna dries out the hair, and whether saunas lead to increased dandruff or split ends.
As a sauna owner, it is important not only to appreciate the relaxing and beneficial effects of sauna visits, but also to be aware of the potential dangers and take appropriate safety precautions. Sauna fires, in particular, pose a serious threat that can endanger not only your own well-being, but also the lives and health of others.