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.

Common causes of headache after sauna session

Headache after sauna: identify causes and prevent effectively

Do you have a headache after a sauna session? Although the sauna is considered an oasis of calm and offers numerous health benefits, such as relieving muscle tension and promoting blood circulation, there are always complaints about headaches after taking a sauna. In this guide, we explore why headaches can occur and how you can use preventative strategies to make your sauna experience pain-free.

How harmful is sunburn in connection with the sauna or steam bath?

Sauna and steam bath for sunburn? – Skin burns and sauna

It’s easy to get sunburned, especially in the height of summer. Is then a trip to the sauna or steam bath with sunburn even dangerous? After all, the skin is open in some places! In this article, you will learn how to behave properly with a sunburn in the sauna or steam bath.

Dehydration refers to the lack of fluid in the body

Dehydration: warning signs of fluid deficiency

Depending on our age, our body consists of about 50 to 80 percent water and therefore needs a particularly large amount of fluid. Even a fluid loss of three percent can have a significant impact on a person’s physical and mental functioning. This shows what a crucial role water plays in our lives. Although our bodies send warning signals to us when we are dehydrated, these are not always easy to recognize.

Why consider saunas as a menopausal symptom therapy?

Taking a sauna against menopausal symptoms: Truth or myth?

Maybe you have heard about the positive effects of sauna on menopausal symptoms, but you are not sure if this is really possible or just a myth? Don’t worry, this post will tell you everything you need to know about whether and how saunas can actually help with menopausal symptoms. We will take you into the fascinating world of the sauna and explain why a visit to the sauna can be of great importance for women in menopause.

Avoidance of skin irritations during sauna visits

Why does the skin burn in the sauna?

Sauna visits are a beneficial experience for body and mind. Still, it can be uncomfortable for some when the skin starts to burn. Why is this and how can it be avoided? In this article, we will go into more detail about this issue and present simple steps to avoid burning the skin in the sauna.

How does cystitis develop?

Cystitis and sauna: what you should know

Bladder infections are unpleasant and painful diseases caused by bacteria. It’s understandable that in this situation you want to do everything you can to kill the bacteria and speed up healing. One option that is often recommended is going to the sauna. But is a visit to the sauna really recommended for cystitis?