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Whether it be the traditional Finnish sauna bath, the more modern infrared sauna, a Russian banya, Native American sweat lodge or Roman steam baths, they have been a refuge not only for relaxation, revitalization and social gatherings but also for a wide range of health benefits.
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"A sauna is a small room or house designed as a place to experience dry or wet heat sessions, or an establishment with one or more of these and auxiliary facilities.
A sauna session can be a social affair in which the participants disrobe and sit or recline in temperatures typically between 70 degrees C (158 degrees F) and 100 degrees C (212 degrees F). This induces relaxation and promotes sweating.
Saunas can be divided into two basic styles: conventional saunas that warm the air or infrared saunas that warm objects. Infrared saunas may use various materials in their heating area such as charcoal, active carbon fibers, and other materials."

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What are the Benefits of Using a Sauna?


When some people hear the word sauna, they just think of exotic spas and holidays but most swimming pools now have saunas, not to mentions countless private homes.
What are the possible benefits of using a sauna?

1. The most well known one is weight loss. Saunas make you sweat and because your body has to expend calories in order to make sweat, it's an easy way to burn calories.
2. Helping your skin - heavy sweating allows your face to shed impurities and dead cells which can help with skin tone, ealsticity and cleansing of the sweat ducts.
3. Pain relief for joints and muscles - because the heat in a sauna helps your blood vessels to dilate, some people find the heat brings pain relief to tissue, muscle and joint injuries.
4. Improves blood circulation. Your body produces sweat in order to cool down. This encourages your heart to pump blood at a faster rate and therefore boosts circulation.
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In summary, saunas can be a great way to improve your health but it's best to check with your doctor before you start using one.

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2. Maybe the insulation within your sauna isn't good enough and heat is escaping.
3. Your sauna room could be too big for this heater to heat properly.
4. Maybe the element on the heater isn't performing properly and needs to be replaced.

These were some pointers which Di Vapor gave as possible reasons for lack of heat.
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