3 Types of sauna bath and its benefits

Sauna bath is a closed area where a person is exposed to moderate to very high temperatures, and often high humidity, and this is caused by water poured onto hot stones. Sauna stay may be followed by bath or cold shower.

Sauna water is not sterile, and may contain harmful microorganisms, including yeasts and bacteria.

Although the sauna has no proven benefits in preventing diseases or enhancing physical fitness, it helps to promote relaxation, relieve pain, and relieve joint stiffness.