Sauna as an immune booster for the body. During a sauna session, the core temperature can rise up to 39 degrees (102,2 °F). This, like a natural fever, effectively fights pathogens. As scientists recently discovered, the body produces so-called heat shock proteins when taking a sauna.
Sauna and strength training – Athletes in particular love the sauna and like to sweat after a workout. A visit to the sauna after sports promotes the regeneration of muscle injuries and improves blood circulation.