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11 Reasons to Buy a Sauna Today

We’ve talked some on our blog about the health benefits of a sauna, and there are many. In fact, there are so many we’re going to look at more today. In this article, we uncover 11 reasons to buy a sauna today.

Some of them may surprise you, and some of them may have you nodding your head in agreement. The bottom line is at Ultra Modern, we love soaking in a sauna for 15 minutes each day.

The truth is that saunas have been around for centuries and in many cultures. Consider the Native American sweat lodges or the Turkish baths. People have known for thousands of years the benefits of soaking in a sauna. First, you get sweaty. Then, your heart starts pumping as your skin feels increasingly sweaty.

Reports from Sauna Bathers

In the last decade or so, sauna use in the United States has been growing in popularity. This is also true in Wichita and the surrounding areas. You most often find saunas in gyms, but homeowners are adding them at a rapid pace.

When we talk to our customers, they tell us they love their saunas and find their overall quality of life is much improved.

They also tell stories about how their bodies feel better, they have less muscle and joint pain, and their sore muscles recover faster after a workout.

In addition, our sauna bathers say bathing in their sauna has improved their skin health and even given them anti-aging benefits! Finally, our sauna users say they have less stress, are more relaxed, and are sleeping better.


The 13 Reasons to Buy a Sauna Today

Now that you know what our bathers are reporting, we’re going to list the full range of proven sauna benefits.

  1. Joint and muscle pain improves, and people gain a better range of motion
  2. Help for rheumatoid arthritis
  3. Less chronic pain for people who suffer from lower back pain (all of us at one time or another) and even fibromyalgia
  4. A lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
  5. Improvements in breathing for people who have asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  6. Reduced skin issues such as psoriasis
  7. Fewer colds and viral illness
  8. Improvements for people suffering from depression and anxiety
  9. A decrease in cortisol (stress hormone) levels and reduced inflammation
  10. Fewer headaches
  11. Better cardiovascular health

Now, let’s look at a few of these more closely.

Saunas May Improve Cardiovascular Health

A study of men in Finland has shown that saunas can reduce the risk of sudden cardiac death by more than 63%! Why? The evidence from this study shows that sauna use helps your cells, arteries, and nervous system. This is great news for your heart.

Take a look at some of the things saunas help with when it comes to your cardiovascular system:

  • Can improve heart failure symptoms.
  • A sauna can help improve how much oxygen your heart muscle is getting and thus reduce the risk of coronary artery disease.
  • If you have high blood pressure, regular sauna use can improve it. A sauna can also reduce your risk of getting high blood pressure long-term.
  • Regular sauna use can also improve your ability to exercise.
  • Your cholesterol profile may improve.

Final Thoughts on Sauna Benefits

So, you can see why sauna bathing is more popular than ever in Kansas. People who want to improve their lifestyles and lead a healthier life are seeing vast differences in their overall quality of life.

As more and more people purchase saunas, they’ll notice better sleep and improved health, and they’ll simply feel better every day.

Interested? Come see us today and learn how a sauna can help you feel great!

There’s a reason sauna bathing is becoming more popular among people who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. And researchers are still learning about all the benefits of sauna use — from improved heart health to a reduced chance of developing dementia.

A Special Note

Before purchasing or using a sauna, please consult with your physician.

While most people are just fine in a sauna, there are some who shouldn’t use one. For example, if you can’t stand the heat or you are claustrophobic, a sauna most likely isn’t for you. In addition, if you’ve recently had a heart attack or a stroke, have heart disease, are pregnant, are a child, or have heart failure, you don’t want to soak in a sauna.

In addition, if you have high blood pressure or any other disease, please contact your doctor.