NZ-Sauna: Do Doctor’s Approve Of Using A Sauna?

With so many health benefits, it’s no wonder doctors believe in the power of a sauna too. Here’s why.

Saunas have been around for many years. Many use them for relaxation and fun, or as a post work-out detox. Studies have shown significant benefits to health from using a sauna, especially when used for at least 20 minutes at a time.

Because some people may find the heat of a traditional sauna quite overwhelming, many have opted to shift to using far infrared saunas, which is a great option to help regulate the heat and keeps things comfortable. Research has shown that these saunas can help with the following:

Blood Pressure

There have been multiple medical studies that have linked sauna use to the reduction of blood pressure and help to lower the risks of high blood pressure too.

Cardiovascular Disease

Several studies have shown that regular sauna use along with regular exercise can help to  reduce heart and blood pressure diseases.

Neurocognitive Disease

Neurocognitive disease includes dementia and other issues that lead to reduced brain function. It’s often caused by heart problems, inflammation, and oxidative stress (which happens when there are too many harmful molecules called free radicals in your body). While more research is still being done on the exact health benefits of sauna use for this, the theory is that the relaxing environment does have a positive effect on the brain which helps to fight any neurological issues.

Lung Function

Studies have shown that saunas can help to ease or prevent colds, chronic bronchitis, asthma, and pneumonia.

We’re no doctor, but there’s a reason why more doctors recommend SA-Signature over any other sauna brand. And with so many health benefits, it’s clear why you should invest in yourself and your body. Contact us today to find out more about our full sauna range available, as well as the additional health benefits. We look forward to hearing from you soon.


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