After a relaxing sauna session, most people expect to feel refreshed and relaxed. It is all the more surprising when instead a sore throat, cough, cold, aching limbs or even fever sets in. But what is behind it?
For many, the sauna is a place of relaxation and regeneration. But while sweating in the heat has its own benefits, cooling down afterward is an equally important part of the sauna experience. But why exactly is cooling so important, and how do you do it right?