|length||max 10-15 minutes|
|temperature||80 ˚C/95 °C|
Effect: relaxation, recovery, strengthening immunity, overall physical and mental relaxation
Indications: Heating the body above normal temperature improves blood circulation and mobility of muscles, widening of the sweat glands and it washes out impurities from the body and skin. Sauna use also aids the prevention of colds and is associated with building resistance and mental relaxation.
Contraindications: all acute medical conditions, increased activity of the thyroid gland, bleeding diseases, conditions following phlebitis, epilepsy, infectious diseases, hypertension, uncompensated diabetes mellitus, malignant tumours, epilepsy, non-healing skin defects of any origin, all acute attacks of chronic disease, decompensation of chronic diseases , infectious, transmissible, parasitic diseases, active tuberculosis, bleeding conditions, psychiatric disorders, fever, febrile conditions, general atherosclerosis with organ damage, diseases of endocrine glands, glucocorticoid therapy (hyperthyreosis), cancers (malignant tumours) , conditions after a heart attack and stroke (after medical examination without complications for three months), all diseases of the heart and blood vessels after consultation with medical specialists, pregnancy, relative contraindication age over 70 years
Recommendation: With regard to the hot sauna, it is necessary to pay attention to health restrictions, especially for people with cardiovascular disease.
Repeating the procedure and the length of the procedure should be considered based on feelings in the sauna.