Stress and anxiety can be relieved by sauna sessions

Several studies have shown that sauna bathing has numerous health benefits for our body. Sauna sessions can be beneficial for people with bronchial problems, high blood pressure or heart disease and have a relaxing effect on the nervous system. Learn more about how saunas can be used to treat stress and anxiety below.

Staring not desired! - The worst 12 sauna sins

The worst sauna sins

A visit to the sauna is a true wellness experience for body and mind. However, the wellness time-out can turn into a real nightmare if other guests commit the worst sins during the sauna stay.

Healthy reasons to go to the sauna once again

Five reasons why you should start taking saunas now

Winter is a time when we like to retreat indoors and relax in a cozy atmosphere. There are many ways to escape the winter blues and feel good all round. One particularly recommended method, which is both relaxing and good for your health, is to go to the sauna.

Eucalyptus and menthol: a fragrant journey in the sauna

The synergy of eucalyptus and menthol in the sauna

In today’s hectic world, more and more people are looking for ways to promote relaxation and well-being. A particularly effective way to regenerate body and mind is to visit a sauna. This experience is made even more interesting by the combination of eucalyptus and menthol, as it offers a variety of health benefits.

Health benefits of sauna bathing

The comprehensive guide to safe saunas: When and how?

Saunas have played an important role in various cultures for centuries. They not only offer relaxation, but also numerous health benefits. However, a considered and responsible approach to saunas is essential in order to take full advantage of these benefits and avoid possible risks.

How to avoid discomfort and relax safely

Why you feel bad after the sauna

The sauna, a place of relaxation and health promotion, attracts numerous visitors worldwide. However, despite the beneficial effects that a sauna session can have, some people experience unexpected discomfort afterwards, such as a feeling of discomfort. This experience raises an important question: Why do some people feel bad after a sauna session?

The physiology of saunas: effects on the heart

Palpitations after the sauna

A sauna session is a combination of warmth and relaxation that affects the body in many ways. One of the most noticeable phenomena is the palpitations that some people experience during or after a sauna session. But is this palpitating heartbeat a natural part of sauna bathing or an indication of possible health risks?

Three important strategies for a symptom-free sauna visit

Sick after the sauna

Sauna baths are known worldwide for their relaxing and therapeutic properties. They promote blood circulation, relax the muscles and can strengthen the immune system. Nevertheless, some sauna users report that they feel unwell after a visit to the sauna and experience symptoms of illness.

Temazcal: origins and meaning

Temazcal: A journey to inner purification and spiritual renewal

The Temazcal ritual, a deeply rooted heritage of the ancient civilizations of Central and North America, is a symbol of cultural depth and spiritual healing. This traditional custom, which goes far beyond the boundaries of a simple steam bath, combines the physical cleansing of the body with a profound spiritual renewal. Participants embark on an introspective journey that takes them deep into their own selves and into the past.

The symbolism of the birch tree in sauna culture

Birch infusion: the connection between nature and well-being

In a world where nature is often perceived as something distant, the birch infusion in the sauna offers a rare opportunity to reconnect with nature. This article delves into the fascinating world of birch infusion and considers it not just as a ritual, but as a bridge between nature and human well-being.

Beneficial effect on muscles and joints

Relaxation and health: the holistic benefits of whirlpools

In our hectic everyday lives, moments of peace and relaxation have become rare. But the solution could be closer than you think: a hot tub in your own home not only offers luxury and comfort, but also proves to be a valuable ally in the fight against stress, physical complaints and sleep problems.

What is legionella?

Legionella: The hidden danger in whirlpools

In a world where health and safety awareness is constantly growing, it is imperative to be aware of the risks and protective measures in relation to common hazards such as hot tubs. This article provides a comprehensive insight into the dangers of legionella in hot tubs and presents practical solutions to minimize these risks.

Saunatonttu: The faithful guardian of Finnish saunas

Saunatonttu: The faithful guardian of Finnish saunas

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.

What is a salt vaporizer for sauna

What is a salt vaporizer for the sauna?

A salt vaporizer is an evaporator system that gently distributes steam enriched with salt, minerals and trace elements in the sauna. Since the operation is simple, you can easily retrofit your sweat cabin with this innovative device. So bring a healthy sea breeze to your home whenever you want.

The mini steam sauna for home

The mini sweat room for home

If you want to benefit from all the advantages of a sauna at home in your own 4 walls, you do not necessarily have to buy a stationary wood sauna. Mobile mini steam saunas are also recommended, can be installed quickly and, of course, cost nowhere near as much as a conventional wooden dry sauna.

The benefits of regular sauna

Sweating for health and well-being

Sweating through physical exertion or in the sauna increases blood circulation and strengthens the cardiovascular system. In a study of regular sauna users, researchers found that those who had the most weekly sauna sessions were least likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease.

Brine nebulizer provides relief for neurodermatitis

Salt brine nebulizer for sauna

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.

Interesting facts about sauna menthol crystals and their effect

Menthol crystals for sauna

Menthol crystals are used for infusions in the sauna. They make sauna a unique experience – both for sauna novices and sauna professionals. What’s the deal with this flavoring? How is an infusion with the sauna ice crystals performed? And what effect does menthol have on humans?

Baby sauna - When can babies be taken into the sauna?

With baby in the sauna

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.

The right fuel for the sauna heater

Ideal firewood for the sauna stove

Now it crackles again, this wood in the sauna stove. But not all wood is the same. Learn what kind of wood is best to operate the sauna heater. With the following tips, the choice of firewood for your sauna stove is guaranteed to be easier!

Is it safe to use an infrared cabin during pregnancy?

Is it allowed to use the infrared cabin during pregnancy?

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.

Why a garden sauna should be insured

Should you really insure your garden sauna? Everything you need to know!

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 bathing is fun and healthy at any time of the year

Sauna bathing is more popular than ever

Even though the sweat bath has several millennia under its belt, it cannot be said that it lacks followers. On the contrary, the sauna is more popular than ever. And for good reason, because it makes hectic disappear, helps to relax and has a healing effect.

Stress can be sweated away!

Simply sweat away stress and tension

Inner restlessness, tension and stress are widespread phenomena in our performance-oriented society. If not counteracted, negative stress can also become a danger to one’s own health, both physically and psychologically.