The sauna is ideal for relieving joint pain
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes pain and stiffness in the joints. For those who suffer from rheumatism or joint pain, a visit to the sauna can provide relief. The pain threshold often decreases as the disease progresses. Nevertheless, it is possible to regain the usual mobility of the joints. This is also reported by the German Sauna Association in Bielefeld.
What is rheumatism?
Rheumatism is an umbrella term for a number of joint diseases that occur primarily in middle-aged or older individuals. These patients often suffer from osteoarthritis, a degenerative disease that attacks the cartilage in the joints. However, rheumatism can also occur in much younger people, but with different symptoms. So these complaints are inflammation, and in most cases it is arthritis. The inflammation causes severe pain, stiffness, and possibly swelling in the affected joints, as seen in both diseases.
Although there is currently no cure for rheumatism, the disease can be effectively controlled with pain management and other therapeutic measures. However, a regular visit to the sauna is also an alternative for those who want to keep their joints healthy with little medication. The heat transferred to the body helps to relieve pain. Due to its positive effects, the sauna can also be used as a supplement to medication.
The advantages of sauna for rheumatism
A sauna is a room or cabin, usually built of wood, stone and glass, heated to a temperature between 80 and 100 °C. Since these high temperatures lead to relaxation, removal of toxins and loosening of muscles, they also help in the treatment of certain ailments. A variety of diseases and symptoms cause inflammation of the muscles and joints, preventing these tissues from going into a recovery process. This is also the case with rheumatism, which is one of the reasons why a visit to the sauna can be very beneficial. The heat soothes, relaxes and helps relieve the pain.
How to use the benefits of sauna in rheumatism?
To reap the many benefits of the sauna for joint pain, you should visit the sweat room regularly. Start with two sauna sessions per week. You can increase this as needed. The optimal duration of the sauna is ten to fifteen minutes. Again, you can do this gradually, starting with five minutes, then ten, and so on. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water and relax as much as possible after your sauna session so that the relief from joint pain lasts as long as possible.
The purchase of a sauna
Do you regularly suffer from the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis? Your health and overall well-being could benefit tremendously from the purchase of a sauna.
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