Steam Sauna

The steam sauna helps to open up airways which improve your breathing and alleviates congestion

The wet heat from the steam sauna thins and opens the mucous membranes in the body, which helps to relieve the pressure. This is highly beneficial for those that suffer from asthma and bronchitis, as it helps with sinus relief.

The steam sauna also increases metabolism and can aid with weight loss. The steam sauna causes you to sweat, which means that your body is losing water. As water makes up a large part of your body weight, the emission of the sweat will cause you to lose a few pounds. The sweat also helps to remove toxins and cleanses the body.

Improved Circulation

Exposure to steam causes Vasodilatation, a widening of blood vessels. With more room in the blood vessels, blood flow increases, improving circulation. According to the Pub Med website, Vasodilatation has a positive effect on blood pressure and Vasodilatation is often initiated with drugs. Our safe, holistic approach is through the use of a steam shower ~ enjoy natural Vasodilatating effects.

Recovery from Exercise

During exercise, metabolic waste is built up in muscles, which causes soreness and fatigue. Combining a steam shower with a cold bath or shower can help flush out this waste. Alternating between the heat of the steam and the cold bath causes a pumping action in the capillaries and rids muscles of the waste. Alternate between one minute of steam and one minute of cold water to initiate the pumping action.

Skin Care

Steam is often used for skin care because it opens pores and allows you to perspire freely. According to Green Planet, steam is an effective home remedy for cleansing your skin. Twenty minutes of steam, once a week, is enough to reduce blemishes such as pimples and blackheads. Steam also works as a preparation for shaving by softening hair and reducing razor burn.

Stress Management

One of the main reasons people enjoy steam showers is that it relaxes them. The heat allows your muscles to relax, reducing tension. According to the National Strength and Conditioning Association, steam showers have a fatiguing effect, which can improve sleep when used before bed.