The hottest type of sauna, the Finnish sauna is around 70 °C. In addition to the basic type, we also have an extreme Finnish sauna where the temperature reaches around 100 °C. A visit to the Finnish sauna should take between 8 and 20 minutes, but always make sure you listen to your body and do what feels comfortable. When you come out of the sauna, cool down with a cold water shower, but do not put your head under to prevent headaches. Take a 15 minute break between consecutive sauna visits and drink a glass of water or tea to make up for the loss of fluids.
Beneficial effects of the Finnish sauna: Relaxes tension, promotes cleansing and detoxification, strengthens the immune system and improves resistance to cold, reduces the incidence of diseases, alleviates pain in the neck, lower back and joints, relieves muscle tension, and has a positive impact on the ageing of blood vessels. It also strengthens the cardiovascular system, cleanses the sweat glands, stimulates skin renewal and cleansing, relieves stress, and has a calming effect.