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In the current market there is a vast array of saunas available to choose. Most can also be combined with shower rooms and modern touch pad technology to give you an ease of use as they are fully programmable for up to 24 hours in advance. Heat sources include wood, gas, electricity and solar power. There are wet saunas, dry saunas, smoke saunas, steam saunas, and those that work with infrared waves.

It has also been linked with treatment of other conditions: including glaucoma; Alzheimer's and Dementia; Sjogren syndrome; obstructive lung disease and for recuperation after childbirth. Many of the sauna therapeutic trials are based on a regular schedule of at least 5 days a week and often daily for one to three months, then several times a week for extended periods.

Sauna Room

Benefits of a Sauna

  • Temporarily relieve symptoms of the common cold.

  • It increases the heat tolerance threshold and may improve performance in endurance sport.

  • May help rheumatic pain (with cold shower) but not neuropathic pain.

  • Has also shown usefulness for appetite loss and mild depression.

  • Recommended for reducing symptoms in chronic fatigue syndrome.

  • Recommended for reducing symptoms in Fibromyalgia.

  • Recommended for reducing symptoms in Rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Recommended for reducing symptoms in Anorexia nervosa.

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