The world moves on outside the walls of your Finnleo sauna. But within, a gentle yet persistent heat makes its way to your core. The day’s stresses melt away as you let yourself go in the wash of comfort. There are no distractions. You can think, feel, be yourself once again. Let us help you learn more about the benefits of sauna and how to plan for a sauna of your own.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick & Dr. Jari Laukkanen recently discussed these top benefits of sauna
Frequent sauna use has been shown to reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and hypertension. The heat from the sauna improves circulation and stimulates the release of endorphins
Regular sauna use reduces incidences of Alzheimer’s by 65% and reduces the risk of Dementia
Saunas help with recovery after exercise. Not only does sauna aid in pain relief and muscle tightness, it also contributes to muscle growth and recovery
Sauna use can help the body and mind adapt to stress and reduce the risk of depression and other mental disorders
The improved cardiorespiratory fitness contributes to the therapeutic effects of sauna for depression and anxiety
Burn more calories
Sauna triggers multiple physiological and neurological mechanisms in the body to provide an array of benefits - proven by medical research
How Sauna Keeps Conrad Anker on Top of the World
Conrad Anker, team leader of The North Face Climbing Team, has climbed the greatest mountains around the world. In this video with Moutain Hot Tub, Conrad shares how sauna helps him train & maintain his health, both physically & mentally, to help him achieve his goals.
Some of the great insight Conrad shares in this powerful video:
- “Humidity accentuates temperature…encouraging blood
to move through the body.”
- “Sauna is a great compliment to intense physical activity”
- When in a sauna, one can…”process the day”