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Health benefits

Level up your mind and body. Regular sauna, ice and steam have proven benefits to your health.

Decreased risk of cardiac arrest

Those using the sauna 4-7 times a week had a 63% lower risk of sudden cardiac death compared to those who used it once a week.

Lessened risk of pneumonia

Research into viral infections has found that those frequently attending a sauna have a reduced risk of being diagnosed with pneumonia.

Greater recovery of muscular power

For both high-intensity (interval training) and targeted muscle exercise, cold water immersion such as ice baths, have been found to significantly aid the recovery of muscular power following a 24 hour period after the training.

Reduced risk of psychosis

The likelihood of young men with no previous history of mental illness (study specific) to suffer from psychosis in the future, is significantly avoided through frequent visitation to sauna rooms.

Decreased risk of heart disease

Increased visits to the sauna each week are proven to reduce the risk of fatal cardiovascular disease events. Longer sessions (though not excessive time) within the sauna also reduce the likelihood of experiencing heart complications.

Softened skin

There is reason to believe that the softening of the skin following steam bathing reduces the visible signs of age. Researchers have also pointed to the therapy’s healing effect on skin, helping reduce infections and rashes.

Relieved joint and widespread body pain

Those who suffer from osteoarthritis benefit significantly from regular Sauna therapy. Additionally, those with fibromyalgia (more commonly known as widespread body pain) also find the therapy relieves uncomfortable pain.

Increased oxygen intake

Regular sauna bathing is linked to breathing wellness. Specifically, the therapy helps improve lung function, including increased vital capacity and volume, ventilation and forced expiratory volume.

Alleviates headaches

Chronic tension-type headache, a continuous pain that can be suffered for hours, is significantly relieved with regular visits to a sauna.

Better sleep

The accelerated reduction of skin temperature experienced after cold immersion, such as ice bath therapy, has been proven to help regulate sleep following exercise.

Increased immune response

Frequent visits to ice baths raise the body’s ability to take control of the autonomic nervous system. This improves resilience against viruses, and the body’s circulation also receives a boost.

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