Workout Recovery

Your body is probably aching or sore after a workout, so it’s best to stay within a 15-20 minute sauna session for workout recovery. It's best to stay in the sauna no longer than 20 minutes to avoid extreme fatigue or exhaustion. We recommend new sauna users to start with shorter sessions to get acclimated to your new routine. Always be mindful of signs such as lightheadedness, dizziness, or headaches, as they might be signs that you are dehydrated or overheating, especially after a rigorous workout routine.

Using a sauna can increase circulation and may help reduce muscle soreness, improve joint mobility, and alleviate arthritis pain and discomfort. The high, therapeutic heat a sauna provides encourages the body to release endorphins and can help minimize the pain and soreness. This type of pain relief and recovery is vital when recouping from injuries or treating a chronic medical condition like arthritis, high blood pressure, and overall stress.

When body temperature rises because of the heat of the sauna, the blood vessels dilate and increase blood circulation which improves different aspects of one’s health. The increased blood flow can enhance the body’s natural healing process and allow fitness enthusiasts to workout with greater regularity and intensity.

Overall, a sauna can also help reduce muscle tension and eliminate lactic acid build up and help you stay on the path to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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