How to Use a Sauna?

Before entering the sauna, clothing and items such as glasses, contact lenses, jewelry, watches should be removed. (These will disturb the person at high temperature, they may also be damaged),

  • A nice shower should be taken by soaping with hot water
  • When spontaneous sweating starts after 5 to 15 minutes, you should leave the sauna (Attention! Staying in the sauna for less than 5 minutes will not help, and staying for more than 30 minutes is also dangerous),
  • The body should be cooled down by taking a shower or entering the pool again,
  • The decrease in body temperature should be continued by lying down for 10 to 20 minutes
  • Then you should enter the sauna again (in this second session, a small amount of water with sauna perfume added in a wooden bucket is scooped up with a ladle, poured on hot stove stones, increasing the humidity in the sauna and massaging the body can be done with a massage brush or with a natural brush made of plant leaves)
  • After using the sauna, leave and rest for about 20 minutes. First, soap with hot water, then take a shower with cold water (in order to close the pores of the skin) and dress after the body has completely cooled down.
  • Finally, in order to eliminate salt and water loss in the body, you should have a light but salty snack and drink plenty of water and fruit juice.

Sauna Use

The temperature felt in the sitting groups in the sauna changes as you go up from the floors. For this, it is more suitable for those who start the sauna for the first time to stay in the sauna lying down. In this way, the same temperature is applied to each area of the body.

Sauna bath recommended by experts:

Beginning:

A shower should be taken before entering the sauna to open and clean the skin pores.
In order to benefit more from the sauna, it is necessary to dry the body thoroughly after the shower.

Warming the body and breaking a sweat :

Warming-the-body-and-breaking-a-sweat How to Use a Sauna? Life
Warming the body and breaking a sweat

For beginners in the sauna, it is recommended to sit on the first steps during the familiarization period.
It is best to lie down so that the heat in the sauna is evenly distributed over the entire body.
The ideal sauna temperature is 75-85 C degrees.
The average stay time in the sauna is 10-15 minutes.
It should not be kept stationary for a long time in single use.First, sitting on the lower steps allows the body to adapt to the environment.Then it is gradually increased gradually, providing the best sweating.

The phase of cooling of the body :

The use of a sauna is not limited to just sweating.After leaving the sauna, a cool shower is essential for our body to achieve normal heat balance.
We should not suddenly apply cold water to our body while taking a shower.Starting from the feet, the body should be cooled slowly and the normal heat balance should be achieved.
Shower time 5 to 15 min. it should be spread between Dec.
YOU SHOULD NEVER TAKE A SHOWER WITH HOT WATER !…

The resting phase of the body :

The person coming out of the sauna bath can lie down comfortably for at least 10 minutes. needs to relax.
Sauna use varies from person to person.
Sauna sessions should be adjusted according to the frequency of use.
For those who use it every day, 1-2 sessions a day – 4-5 sessions for use 3 times a week – 3 sessions are suitable for those who use it 1 time a week.
In order for the body to regain the fluid balance it has lost, fruit juice, water and non-acidic drinks should be consumed.

Sauna Usage Rules

Sauna-Usage-Rules How to Use a Sauna? Life

Sauna can not be used by people with skin infections, open wounds and cuts. The sauna cannot be entered with any wraps.
Children under the age of sixteen cannot enter the sauna without their parents.
It is recommended to take a shower before entering the sauna. After drying, the sauna is entered. Plastic and synthetic substances cannot be introduced into the sauna.
The sauna can be entered in shorts, swimsuit or bikini.
A towel or something similar should definitely be placed on the place where the sauna is sitting.Due to the fact that some colored towels paint the seating area, it will be appropriate to use white towels.
A cool shower (cold shower if you don’t mind for your health) is recommended at the exit of the sauna.
After leaving the sauna, a shower should definitely be taken before entering the pool.
The ideal time in the sauna is 15 minutes. A few sessions can be done depending on the person’s desire and health and by Decoupling.
It is dangerous for people with heart disease and high blood pressure to enter it without consulting a doctor.
It is necessary to make a reservation before coming to the sauna.
Guests who wish to use the sauna on a daily basis are not allowed.
The sauna should be used between 75-85 Dec.

 

Types of Trees Used in Sauna

 

One of the most important issues to be considered in the selection of sauna is the selection of the tree to be used in the construction of the sauna. If we think that the temperature in a sauna can reach up to 110C, we can better understand the importance of the tree to be used. In the production of sauna wall and ceiling panels, knotless Mediterranean Pine with low resin ratio, knotless Finnish Pine (Nordie Pine / Pinos Slyvestris) or Abachi (Ayous) are used. The most common wood used in Finland is Finnish Spruce (Nordie Spruce / Pica Abies). Knotless Finnish pine (Nordie Pine / Pinos Slyvestris) is in demand because its knots are locked and it is aesthetic even at the highest temperatures. Abachi, an African origin tree, is used in the back and head resting accessories of the sauna sitting bunk beds. The most important feature of these trees is that they do not retain heat and thus do not burn the skin. These woods must be used in places where the human body will come into contact. In addition, the fact that it is splinter-free and easy to clean shows that this tree is the ideal tree for sitting bunk beds. Impregnated and high resin (Cedar) woods should never be used in the sauna. It should be kept in mind that these woods are dangerous for human health. Such practices should be considered in our wood selections.

The trees used in the sauna should be resistant to high temperatures and not be deformed over time. Thanks to their very low heat permeability, these trees never get overheated and they certainly do not damage your skin. You can easily touch the surfaces without fear of getting burned.

Abachi Tree (For Sauna)

Abachi-Tree-For-Sauna How to Use a Sauna? Life

The Abachi tree of African origin and has a color between cream white and light straw yellow. It is knotless, resin-free and has a smooth vein texture. It is the most widely used wood in sauna production because it has a soft surface and does not contain heat at high temperatures. It is generally used in the interior equipment of the sauna. Ayous tree is the most important element of sauna. The skin of the person using the sauna will definitely come into contact with this wood, directly or indirectly.

In this regard, abachi must be used in interior equipment and seating groups. In the case of using other types of wood, when any part of your skin comes into contact with the tree while using the sauna, there is a burning situation. The person using the sauna cannot benefit from the sauna as he wishes, and in such a case, the tree used instead of abachi will not be able to withstand this extreme heat and humid environment for a long time and will definitely deform over time.

  • We always use the highest quality abachi in the seating groups of the sauna.
  • We strongly do not recommend the use of any other wood.

Finnish Pine Wood For Sauna

Finnish-Pine-Wood-For-Sauna How to Use a Sauna? Life

Finnish pine has absolutely no knots and is also very low in resin. It is a tree that grows in Scandinavian countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway), because trees grown in such countries grow slowly in very cold and harsh weather conditions, and therefore they have a strong and resistant structure. It has a unique plain and very pleasant appearance with its smooth vein structure and color. Finnish pine is one of the woods with the best properties for sauna production. Due to these features, it is frequently preferred by those who seek delicacy, simplicity and at the same time quality in the sauna.

Please Add a comment before the calling of How to Use, we will inform your mail address to the owner of the fish. They will reach to you from email or your phone.
Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

PHP Code Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com