By visiting a sauna, one voluntarily enters an extreme climatic condition where temperatures can range from 90 to 100 °C (194 to 212 °F), followed by a cooling down to often below 0 °C. But what exactly happens in our body during this interplay of heat and cold?
Sauna is a place of relaxation and regeneration for many people. But did you know that it can also have a positive effect on your circulation? In this article, we’ll go into more detail on this topic and show you how to get your circulation going in the sauna.
When it comes to health, we all know that regular exercise and a balanced diet are essential. But did you know that a morning sauna can also help revitalize your body and mind for an energized start to the day?