Saunas

Sweating in small hot rooms has been a wellness staple for centuries. But don’t believe everything you hear - Dani Blum

Saunas
Saunas

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Saunas Are Filling Up, but Are They Actually Good for You?

Saunas, steam baths and sweat lodges are baked into cultural traditions for many people across the globe, from Native Americans to Koreans to Scandinavians. And saunas themselves come in different permutations — for example, Finnish-style saunas are typically built from wood and known for their dry heat, while steam rooms fill with moist vapor, and more modern infrared saunas often use light panels to generate heat.

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 Saunas Are Filling Up, but Are They Actually Good for You?

Sweating in small hot rooms has been a wellness staple for centuries. But don’t believe everything you hear.

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