Supervision during a sauna therapy program is always needed – Call Sauna Sales 021 5567203. The presence of an attendant or friend close by is also most needed if you have any type of health condition. Visit Our Online Far infrared Sauna Show Room
In addition, follow the basic safety procedures below:
Begin with only 20 minutes in the sauna. After a few weeks, only if you feel well enough to do so, you may increase to 30 or even 40 minutes. Never begin with sessions longer than 20-minutes once a day because this can cause massive healing reactions that are unpleasant and even dangerous. Visit Our Online Far infrared Sauna Show Room
Always rest for 15 minutes after a sauna session. Shower off and then relax after a sauna session to allow the body to readjust. Do not go right back to daily activities. It is best to use a sauna first thing in the morning or the last thing at night. These are the times one is most relaxed and it will be most effective. The more one relaxes, the more one will sweat.
Always consult a health professional if one has a chronic illness.
Pregnant women and children under five should avoid saunas. Young children must be accompanied by an adult.
Continue prescribed medication while taking saunas, unless directed otherwise.
Use a sauna twice a week to twice a day. If one is very debilitated, begin with once a week. Work up to daily use as you are able to do so.
Healing reactions are temporary symptoms that occur as toxic substances are eliminated and chronic infections heal. Symptoms vary from mild odors, tastes or rashes are very common and usually pass quickly. Some people feel great fatigue after sessions and this is normal. Some people have bowel changes, aches, pains or headaches.
Old infections may flare up as they are healed due to repeated sauna use. Usually only rest and natural remedies are needed to help infections resolve faster.
Almost all healing symptoms are benign and will pass quickly. Consult a knowledgeable practitioner if any cause concern.