Get rid of the stress

There is much to be found about the health benefits of taking a sauna. With good reason. Spiritually, there is nothing more refreshing than sweating equally well every day. Relax muscles. We relax mentally, we relax and we recover for what the day will bring.

A few minutes a day is basically everything you need to feel better and look better. That the body will respond to the polite, constant heat has since been undisputedly established and proven daily by many people around the world. This effect is therefore the reason that more and more doctors recommend taking a sauna.

It should therefore come as no surprise that most sauna users consider stress relief to be the biggest advantage with sauna use. Medical studies often result in the conclusion that stress in our daily lives can have a negative impact on health. In fact, many diseases (such as heart disease) are partly attributable to stress. Taking a hot sauna ensures that you can de-stress in various ways.

It is a warm, closed space, without distraction from the outside world. The heat from the sauna relaxes the muscles in the body, improves circulation and stimulates the release of endorphins. Endorphine is the body’s own substance that causes a “good feeling”.

Endorfine gives a pleasant and warm feeling and reduces the feeling of pain. It is therefore an absolute must to grab a warm sauna after an intensive workout. The body temperature also goes up after a visit to the sauna. This in turn results in better blood flow, so that your body can recover faster from, for example, small incisions or scratches.

Finally, the heat causes you to sweat, causing chemicals to leave your body if they are