Why Use A FINNSIH sAUNA?
Increased sauna use was linked with a reduced risk of fatal cardiovascular-related diseases and less likely they were to experience sudden cardiac death.
Avoid Cognitive Decline
Cognitive function relies on sufficient blood flow to the brain. A study demonstrated that men who used the sauna 4-7 times per week had a 65% reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's,
Reduces Blood Pressure
Hypertension, defined as a systolic pressure of 130 mm Hg or higher, is a chronic elevation of blood pressure. A single sauna session has shown to lower blood pressure. Sauna use serves as a non-pharmacological means to address, or prevent, hypertension.
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Boost your immune system Ahead of Winter
Lower risk of Alzheimer's & Dementia
Poor blood flow is commonly observed to contribute to impaired amyloid-beta clearance, thereby accelerating the progression of Alzheimer's & Dementia. Heat exposure helps improves blood circulation to the brain to avoid this rick
Boosts mental Clarity
Two key players in cognitive and mental function are norepinephrine, a hormone produced in the brain, and prolactin. Norepinephrine enhances focus and attention, while prolactin promotes myelin growth, which makes the brain function faster, making you feel 'sharper'
Lower CHRONIC Inflammation
Inflammation is a critical element of the body's immune response
Chronic inflammation occurs on the cellular level in response to toxins or other stressors It drives many chronic diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.
WHO SHOULD USE THE SAUNA?
Managing Pain & Injuries | Sauna use can help speed up muscle recovery. The increased growth hormone could be one factor behind this. In studies, heat exposure was shown to slow muscle wastage in immobile limbs. While heat also helps regrow damaged muscle
Improve Heart Health | A five-year study, on a population size of 2315 men, found that those who used the sauna multiple times a week decreased their likely hood of heart disease.