The traditional Finnish sauna is known all around the world. For the Finns sauna – a sacred concept, a place where peace reigns, we can not quarrel and sort things out. “In anger dissipates pairs” – say the Finns.
Finnish sauna – a bath of dry heat, when the indoor air has a low humidity (10-25%) and high temperature in the range 90-110 ° C. It is because of low humidity the heat is transferred more easily than in the Russian and Turkish baths. But this man is sweating heavily.
The main physiological mechanism of the Finnish sauna – warming up sweating when due to high temperatures and dry air, there is an active evaporation of moisture from the skin that protects it from overheating.
It is the activation of this mechanism provides a good therapeutic result: stimulates the sweat glands become more active thermoregulatory functions.
As a consequence – to then actively allocated slag. A timber, which is made from a sauna enhances the therapeutic effect of sauna on human health.
This sauna has beneficial effects on the body, increases metabolism, calms the nervous system, restores vitality and makes the skin supple and beautiful.