Saunas

Saunas

A Sauna is a bathhouse or room, usually made of wood, which uses dry heat to induce perspiration, with steam being produced by pouring water on heated stones. Perspiration or sweating is one of the main ways our bodies get rid of the traces of hundreds of toxins that accumulate inside us from pesticides, drugs and anmade chemicals. 15 minutes in a Jaquar sauna can help us sweat as much as we might otherwise do over an entire day or more. And the benefits of this aid in many medical conditions.

Why Saunas?

Detoxification
Saunas stimulate the body to release fat-soluble toxins, heavy metals, and other toxic chemicals in sweat via pores more effectively than any other form of heat therapy or exercise. Reports have shown that it can relieve the symptoms of drug-induced lupus. The list of chemicals claimed to be removed from the body includes: mercury, lead, copper, cadmium, manganese, sodium, chloride, arsenic, nickel, benzenes, street drugs, prescription drugs, anaesthetics, cholesterol, urea, nicotine, sulfuric acid.

Immune System Enhancement
A typical sauna session will cause a brief 1 to 3 degree F increase in body temperature. Fever is the body's defence against bacteria, microbes and consequent infection. The production of white blood cells by the bone marrow and killer T cells by the thymus results in boosting immunity, overall.

Stress Relief
Continuous strain on the autonomic nervous system leads to a high level of stress, one of the elusive causes of many chronic diseases.

Pain Relief and Control
It helps in relieving muscular pain, cardivascular and other skin conditions.

Skin Cleaning and Rejuvenation
Saunas open clogged pores allowing for removal of dirt, oil, and makeup. In addition, there are improvements in skin problems such as acne, rashes, burns, eczema and psoriasis. Scars, even keloids, may be gradually softened.

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