The physical impact of a sauna session is multifaceted. Skin surface increases by three to ten degrees, core temperature by one to two degrees and as a result, immune cells start to originate. Blood vessels dilate, heart rate increases for about 50 per cent, respiratory rate accelerates and your muscles relaxe.
Increased perspiration during sauna session is another normal bodily function, resulting in a weight loss of 20 to 30 grams per minute. After 15 minutes of an ordinary sauna session, this is almost half a litre of liquid.
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Another positive effect resulting from a sauna session is increased inflammation of the bronchial mucosa. Particularly those people suffering from bronchopulmonary diseases should definitely consider a sauna visit.
Regular sauna visits have been shown to positively affect general health. People who take a sauna regularly and for a longer time period, have been shown to be less susceptible to colds.
…have been developed by Sebastian Kneipp. This therapy is based on hydrotherapy and includes alternating baths in warm and cold water, whereas sessions always start with warm and end with cold water. As a result, blood circulation is stimulated and your immune system is strengthened. Furthermore, Kneipp applications have been shown to positively affect your nerves and even run counter to wakefulness.