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Thursday, December 22, 2011
Saunas can help you achieve your wellness goals with the many health benefits they offer. You can lower your blood pressure, aid in weight loss, and extend your life. You can also relax at the same time, which should be at the top of your resolution list.
Saunas for Weight Loss
Saunas can be amazing partners to help you achieve your weight loss goals. One sauna session can help you burn more than 600 calories, which is equivalent to 30 minutes of rowing at the gym or an hour on the treadmill. The heat from the sauna penetrates below the skin to break down the fat and water particles in your skin, helping to burn calories and accelerate weight loss. It is a great alternative to physical exercise for those who are unable, or unwilling, to exert themselves.
Saunas for Cleansing and Detoxification
We are exposed to so many toxins every day, from what we eat to the hazards in the environment. When toxins are present in our body, blood circulation is blocked and cellular energy is impaired. The body’s immune system is inhibited due to toxins, making it difficult to fight disease. When infrared sauna heat is applied, the large water molecules in our bodies that contain toxic gases like sulphur dioxide, carbon dioxide, lead, mercury and chlorine vibrate are broken down. The encapsulated toxic materials and gases are then released, expelling these toxins. Some experts in weight loss believe our bodies use fat to dilute toxins. Since infrared saunas excel at helping rid your body of toxins, you may be burning fat that is being used to dilute toxins in the process. Make sure you take a shower once you leave the sauna to wash the toxins off your skin. If you want a great option to start the year with a detox program, a sauna is the perfect partner for you to accomplish this goal.
Saunas to Help Lower Your Blood Pressure
Infrared saunas are great for lowering blood pressure. People who take saunas a couple times per week actually drop their blood pressure by heating their body. The environment in which they are lowering their blood pressure is more comfortable than sitting in a heated external environment. Infrared saunas are a great option due to the fact that the cooler air temperature they have is less likely to hurt your lungs if you take a deep breath. Relax and enjoy a few moments of peaceful silence.
Saunas to Extend Your Life
A major benefit is helping to extend your life. Medical researchers have long been reporting on the health benefits of infrared sauna therapy. It helps support those who suffer from fibromyalgia, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and even autism. The circulatory and blood pressure lowering benefits are also a plus! One major benefit that helps to extend your life, and the overall quality of your life, is the fact that saunas aid in relaxation. With all the stress being experienced and the fast pace of life, saunas help you take a moment and fully relax. The heat also helps bring that relaxation to a heightened stage of completion.
2012 is finally your year!! If you want to lose weight, relax and find your zen, or help lower your blood pressure, incorporate the sauna into your routine. After a workout, head to the sauna to help eliminate toxins and relieve pain from sore muscles. You can also continue losing weight by doing this. This is the best time to make it happen. Having a sauna in your home guarantees easy access and the option of using the sauna whenever you want. There are some great deals for you now. Get hot and healthy in 2012 with your own sauna from www.saunasandstuff.com!
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Pre-Built Traditional Rock Saunas
Pre-built sauna kits come in an easy-to-assemble kit and are self-contained, freestanding units. These modular, prefabricated wall units fit together easily and provide greater flexibility in terms of being portable. You can take these saunas with you when you move, so they make a great option for someone who relocates often. Sauna assembly can vary by room size and shape, and these can take as little as one to two hours to put together. Then you are ready to relax and sweat away the toxins!
Pre-built saunas come in a variety of sizes ranging from a 4 x 4 foot room suitable for two people to a 9 x 10 foot family sauna, and larger. The pre-built wall and ceiling panels are made from Grade A Clear Western cedar wood and are also available in fir, poplar or spruce. Assembly is further simplified with pre-built sauna benches, a pre-installed door and all the parts and accessories needed to complete your installation.
These pre-built (also called prefabricated) home saunas can be installed indoors or outdoors. If you want to install it indoors, we suggest you assemble the steam sauna room on a waterproof surface such as tile, concrete or linoleum. For the outdoors, a poured concrete slab is the best. Roof kits are also available to convert an inside sauna into an outdoor sauna. We advise you to apply a water sealant to the exterior wood to protect the walls from the elements if you are converting from an indoor to an outdoor sauna.
Pre-Cut Traditional Rock Saunas
Pre-cut sauna kits are made for converting an existing room, large closet or old laundry room/bathroom into a sauna. These are great for the do-it-yourself-er that wants to be actively involved with the assembly of their new sauna, as well as save money. You need to build an insulated stud frame room to install the sauna kit if you don’t have a good-sized area available for the sauna.
For the pre-cut sauna kit, you are required to provide the structural framing, insulation, vapor barrier and exterior paneling. Everything else that you need to line the inside of the room with cedar, as well as a pre-hung door, pre-built benches and duck board floor, bucket, ladle, wall light and more are supplied in the kit.
These offer a variety of different design options and allow the customer to put their own personal touch on the sauna. The options are endless!
With the holidays coming up a new sauna would be the perfect addition to your house or condo. They offer a great way for the family to spend quality time together while relaxing and benefiting their health. What are you waiting for? Grab either your pre-built or pre-cut sauna kit from www.saunasandstuff.com today! If you are just looking for a sauna heater, check out our full line of Tylo models.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
We have saunas that have pink foam board insulation to protect them from snowy conditions, allowing the user to experience the benefits of sauna use all winter. If you have always wanted a sauna, but do not have room in the house for one, consider an outdoor sauna. You can even situate it near the backdoor, allowing for quick access all year long.
Outdoor saunas in snow country are beginning to catch on, as people find this an exciting way to relax and socialize, without giving up precious square footage in their tiny cabins or ski getaways.
During the long, dark final days of winter, regular sauna sessions will help you stay healthy and lift your spirits. Sauna parties at the cabin are also a great way to socialize. Begin by enjoying the sauna in a regular sauna session. Once you are warm and the sweat is flowing, open the sauna and head out into the snow. You can lay down and roll around in the snow, letting it scrub your skin, further cleansing it. You will find you can enjoy the snow for quite a long time before getting cold. Once you start to get cold, you can enjoy round two in the sauna. The Finnish love the experience of using a sauna in the snow, and it has become somewhat of a tradition in that country. It is one of the most exhilarating experiences in life!
Saunas are a major part of the Finnish culture. There are more than five million inhabitants and more than two million saunas in Finland, averaging one sauna per household!! The Finnish believe that saunas are a place to relax socially with family and friends, and to receive health benefits, both physically and mentally. The Finns think of saunas as not just a luxury, but a necessary part of life. And the sauna in the snow experience is one of their favorite parts in the winter.
If you are excited about the sauna in the snow experience and want to find the perfect sauna for your backyard, please visit www.SaunasAndStuff.com or contact us to discuss the best option for you.
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