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Can Saunas Help in the Treatment of Acne?

Acne is the most common skin condition affecting humans worldwide, and can be embarrassing at any age. Acne can sometimes limit social connectivity due to feelings of humiliation and shame, but worse than that, its causes may be indicative of more serious conditions. In short, no one wants to live with acne, and many individuals… Read more

Can Regular Use of Saunas Aid In The Long Term Health Of Firefighters?

Firefighters risk their lives to save the lives of many and, in doing so, this career brings many more health hazards than what is faced immediately on the job. Long Term health risks for firefighters are still being discovered and the outlook is not positive. From exposure to a litany of carcinogens, disrupted sleep cycles,… Read more

First Responders & Sauna Use: Can Regular Sauna Use Help Mitigate Off-Duty Health Hazards For Firefighters, Law Enforcement Officers, Emergency Room Personnel and Paramedics?

The heroes of our society are our first responders to emergency situations: They save lives, while often disrupting their own, they witness horrific incidents, and are always only a short phone call away at any time or day. These heroes sacrifice a lot inorder to be at the beck and call of anyone who needs… Read more

Saunas and Massage: A Coupling of Two Healing Modalities

Both saunas and massage can be experiences that render an individual into states of sublime relaxation, and they are both wildly beneficial for health for a multitude of reasons. The unification of sauna and massage may have exponentially positive effects on human physiology. If you are a massage therapist and are considering bringing a sauna… Read more

Get Ahead of This Winter’s Common Cold Season: Can Sauna’s Help Prevent Respiratory Based Diseases?

As the days get shorter, the nights longer, and the temperatures begin to plummet, the inevitability of the cold season may seem hard to avoid. Pulmonary-based illnesses are ubiquitous through the winter months, and may even develop into more serious lung diseases such as pneumonia, bronchitis, and chronic pulmonary infections.  Based on several studies and… Read more

Can Sauna Use Aid In the Production of Human Growth Hormone?

Stronger bones, faster muscle repair, and improved metabolism are just a few of the results from Human Growth Hormone (hGH or GH) release, and excitingly there are a few low cost, and minimal effort activities that each person can do to enhance hGH production. Among these activities is using a sauna regularly, however, if you… Read more

How Do Saunas Affect Hormone Regulation?

Regular sauna affects so many aspects of human physiology, including the chemical messengers that travel throughout the body called hormones. There are over 50 different types of hormones in the body, mostly produced within the endocrine (glandular) system, so it is necessary to narrow down which hormones are most positively, or negatively, affected by regular… Read more

How To Safely Use Sauna and Cold Plunge Therapies Together

The use of cold plunge therapies and saunas have become ubiquitous across social media, and increasingly prevalent in spas and wellness centers. Used separately, or in tandem, both forms of therapies are incredibly beneficial to human physiology, but is there a specific protocol to follow to ensure the best possible results when using hot and… Read more

The New York Times Evaluates The Upswing Of Sauna Users and Its Potential Benefits

Is The Times Confused About How Sauna Use Affects Human Physiology or Is It Simply an Unreliable Narrator for its Readers? Since September of 1851 when the New York Times was founded, its daily readership has grown to touch nearly every portion of the planet. ‘The Times’, as it is colloquially known, has earned its… Read more

How Regular Sauna Use May Positively Impact The Aging Brain: Nrf2 Activation

Cognitive decline seems to be an inevitable part of the aging process. Even if an individual is not struggling with a specific mind-related illness such as Alzheimer’s Disease, the brain will typically begin to decline in function. Any investigation into the potential to age gracefully, or to reverse some of the biological effects of aging,… Read more