Yet Another Benefit Of Dry Saunas
Medical research has shown that regular sauna baths help to stop the progression of colds, and will event prevent regular users from catching cold since the sessions will kill the viruses before they cause disease. The heat also helps to fight other illnesses and allergies by stimulating the immune system and priming the body against any attacks.
One of the greatest benefits of regular sauna bathing is in the removal of toxins from the body due to the sweating that is caused by the heat. Firstly the heat breaks down the different stores of toxins making them mobile. It then increases the activity of the excreting organ; the kidneys, liver and the skin to excrete these toxins quickly and in great quantities essentially flushing the body.
Saunas are known as probably the oldest beauty and health treatment because of their beneficial effect on the skin. They help remove dead skin, clear pores and stimulate the secretion of elastin that gives the body an elastic and fresh quality.
Besides all the health benefits that saunas are known to have on the body, they are also known to foster and enhance relationships, and are also important as a place that fosters social interaction.
The use of saunas is known to improve cardiovascular performance in several ways. There is an increased flow of blood encouraged by the heat and the dilation of the blood vessels, supported by the increased beating of the heart. All this action helps to clean the vessels, and make the heart stronger in consequence.
Why infrared saunas are preferred if you need to detox quickly
While both type of saunas are important in detoxification and will also help you relax, condition your heart and fight colds, infrared sauna sessions are more effective in producing sweat of higher concentration, containing toxins of all sorts. They are therefore recommended for people that do not do sauna regularly, and who wish to detoxify as quickly as possible.