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Sauna materials suppliers said the history of the sauna has been two thousand years. Although it originated in Finland, people like sauna all over the world. Up to the winter, a health care network media in the United States recently reviewed many health benefits of sauna.
Sauna refers to the process of physical therapy with steam in a closed room. Generally, the temperature in the sauna room can reach more than 60 ℃. It uses the cold and hot stimulation of repeated dry steaming and washing of the whole body to make the blood vessels expand and contract repeatedly, so as to enhance the elasticity of the blood vessels and prevent the hardening of the blood vessels. In modern Finland, nearly a third of adults are regular visitors to saunas. Count it up. Sauna materials suppliers said there are seven health benefits of sauna.
1.Lowering blood pressure
Sauna materials suppliers said regular sauna washing helps to avoid high blood pressure. Hypertension is an important risk factor for heart disease. Researchers at the University of eastern Finland found that men who washed saunas at least four times a week had almost half the risk of heart disease compared with their peers who washed them only once a week.
The study, published in the American Journal of hypertension, involved 1621 middle-aged Finnish men who were not diagnosed with high blood pressure at the beginning of the study. During an average follow-up period of 22 years, men who washed 4-7 times a week had a 46% lower risk of hypertension, and men who washed 2-3 times a week had a 24% lower risk of hypertension.
According to a study published in the Journal of aging and aging, the more frequently volunteers wash saunas, the lower their risk of Alzheimer's disease. Participants were divided into three groups, the first group was the people who washed 4~7 saunas per week, the second group was the people who washed 2~3 saunas per week, and the third group was the people who only washed 1 sauna per week.
Sauna materials suppliers said the researchers found that the most frequent group had a 66% lower risk of any form of Alzheimer's disease and a 65% lower risk of Alzheimer's disease than those who only washed once a week.
3. Live long
Sauna materials suppliers said researchers at the University of eastern Finland tracked 2300 middle-aged men who spent an average of 20 years washing their saunas. They steam for an average of 14 minutes in a sauna room with a temperature of 60 ℃.
The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association - Internal Medicine, showed that during the follow-up period, 49% of the men who washed sauna once a week died, 38% of the men who washed sauna twice or three times a week died, while only 31% of the men who washed sauna four or seven times a week died.
4.Relieve chronic pain
According to a study published in the Journal of psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine, if chronic pain patients continue to wash the sauna every day, after 14 days, their pain level has been significantly reduced. 77% of these patients eventually returned to work, compared with only 50% in the control group.
Sauna materials suppliers said according to a study published in the Journal of sports science and medicine, participants increased their mileage by 32% after three weeks of sauna washing twice a week for 30 minutes.
According to another study published in the European Journal of sports science, sauna washing improves athletes' tolerance to high temperature, which enhances their competitiveness in the desert.
After washing 10 times of sauna in three weeks, the total cholesterol and LDL content in the blood of healthy young male volunteers decreased significantly, and the cholesterol content gradually returned to the normal range.
The study, published in the International Journal of occupational medicine and environmental health, points out that the effect is similar to taking part in moderate-intensity sports.
7.Prevention of pneumonia
Sauna materials suppliers said according to a study published in the European Journal of epidemiology, people who regularly wash sauna have a 27% lower risk of pneumonia than those who rarely or never wash. People who wash saunas at least four times a week have a 42% lower risk of the potentially fatal disease. In addition, regular sauna washing also reduces the risk of asthma and other chest diseases.
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