When icy winter winds sweep through the streets and the days are shrouded in early twilight, we long for solutions to get through this time of year in good health and without a care in the world. At this time of year, when nature is asleep and we are surrounded by frosty temperatures, we have a deep need for warmth and well-being. It’s a time when we instinctively look for ways to harmonize body and mind and not only master the challenges of winter, but to take them on with joy and ease.
In den vergangenen dreißig Jahren habe ich, Klaus Sirotzki, eine tiefe Begeisterung für das Saunieren entwickelt, die zu einem wesentlichen Bestandteil meines Alltags und meiner beruflichen Laufbahn geworden ist. Durch meine persönlichen und beruflichen Erfahrungen habe ich mir ein umfangreiches Wissen angeeignet, das ich nun in meinem Sauna-Blog mit anderen teilen möchte. Mit praktischen Tipps, interessanten Fakten und persönlichen Erzählungen gebe ich meinen Lesern einen Einblick in die Saunakultur und die Vorteile des Saunierens.
Many people appreciate the beneficial effect of a visit to the sauna. However, in addition to the relaxation and numerous health benefits that come with a visit to the sauna, there is the question of what effects the sauna has on our skin. In this article, we explore why redness and marbling occur after saunas and why this is not a cause for concern.
In our daily lives, we are constantly looking for ways to improve our health and reduce stress. Sauna bathing has proven itself worldwide as a relaxing and healing method. But what happens when we enjoy the warmth of the sauna, only to expose ourselves to the cold water again afterwards? These changing stimuli during sauna bathing are essential for our health and well-being.
Sauna – a place of relaxation and warmth, which can bring not only a sense of well-being, but also various health benefits. For people with diabetes, a sauna visit can have both positive and negative effects. In this article, we highlight the benefits, risks and precautions diabetics should consider when visiting the sauna.
For the actual sauna session, many people take all the time in the world. But they forget about cooling or give this important part only a few minutes. Thereby, a comprehensive sauna session consists of several phases. The reason: only with sufficient cooling of fresh air and cold water you achieve a health-promoting effect.
Sauna is a place of relaxation and recreation for many people. The warm ambience, the scent of wood and essential oils, the feeling of sweat beads on the skin – all this contributes to the well-being. But besides all these wonderful aspects, there is one that is often overlooked, but is of crucial importance: sauna hygiene. But why is sauna hygiene so important?
In Germany’s saunas, bare skin is the most natural thing in the world. For hygienic reasons, swimming trunks and bikinis are prohibited in this country. “Other countries other customs”. In some countries, naked saunas are even frowned upon. Here you should in any case observe the typical sauna rules of the country.
During the cold season, our health and well-being are particularly challenged. So how can we best prepare for winter to stay fit and vital? In addition to proven methods such as sauna sessions and alternating showers, there are other measures that can support us. But what are they and how can we best integrate them into our daily lives?
Autumn is more than just a season of change in nature; it is an invitation to listen within ourselves and discover the echoes of our innermost thoughts and feelings. When the leaves are falling and the world is dressed in warm colors, the sauna offers a spiritual space where we can connect with our inner essence and free ourselves from everything that is no longer of use to us. Let’s go on this journey of self-discovery and renewal together.
Welcome to Korea, the land of contrasts and fascinating traditions. In addition to K-pop, kimchi and breathtaking nature, Korea offers a unique sauna culture that is often overlooked in the Western world. We are talking about the Jimjilbangs, huge public bathhouses that stand for a special kind of sauna culture.
A relaxing sauna session is a wonderful way to relieve stress and unwind. In addition, there is evidence of a number of health benefits associated with regular sauna sessions. One of the less researched, but very interesting effects of sauna sessions is the possible influence on the production and function of exosomes in the body.
Sauna has been a popular place for relaxation and regeneration of the body for centuries. In many cultures, it is used as a type of therapy for various ailments, from muscle tension to respiratory disorders. In addition to these well-known benefits, however, there is also evidence that regular sauna sessions can affect oxidative stress in the body.
For many, the sauna is a place of inner peace and well-being. Through cozy warmth, gentle steam and calm serenity, it offers a therapeutic break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Nevertheless, it is important to keep an eye on your own health and safety. An important precaution is to check your blood pressure before going to the sauna.