According to Encylopedia Britannica, extreme temperature changes are considered beneficial for circulation and metabolism. (http://www.answers.com/sauna#Britannica) In theory, saunas are also considered healthy as they open the pores on your skin, thereby allowing them to be more easily cleansed. Sweating, in general, is an excellent way to allow the body to remove toxins an waste that build up in the body. Wet saunas, also known as steam baths or steam rooms, are also considered beneficial for lungs and are frequently recommended for people with breathing difficulties including Asthma. Like anything else, saunas and steam rooms should be used in moderation as prolonged exposure to the heat can be dangerous. If you feel light-headed, dizzy or too hot - you should obviously get out. Also, please sure to check with a doctor if you are uncertain how a sauna will affect certain medical conditions. You can learn more about saunas at the Answers.com link to the right.
Sauna doesn't affect your melasma discoloration in anyway, but it is not good idea to go to the sauna when pregnant.
Yes, you can go to the sauna even if you have silicons.
If in doubt, ask your doctor or do not go the sauna.
I have been using sauna for 25 years almost weekly and I have no idea what a sauna suit is. Finns usually go naked in to the sauna. But the answer to your questions is "never" or "after a very long time". It requires you to be very obese to be even be able to lose 1.5 kg with sauna.The thing with sauna is that it causes you only to sweat, it is a way to cleanse yourself. There is no other magical weight burning effects. When a human body sweats too much, you get dehydrated and sudden dehydration is not healthy.
You should rather just go to a real sauna instead.
You can go to the sauna every day if you feel like so.
Yes you can, I go to sauna about 6 times a week.
Go in a sauna.
You can find a guide to building your own sauna when you go to the websites of SaunaFin, The Home Sauna Center, Street Directory, as well as Build A Sauna, etc.
Up to you. Personally I go to sauna both before and after I go swimming, but mostly just to cleanse my skin.
No worries, it should calm down after you come out. If it is also itchy, go see a doctor and don't go to the sauna for a while.
Sauna Kits Official Website, Sauna Fin, Cedar Brooks Home Sauna Kits, Saunas For Less, and Superior Saunas all offer an individual the ability to purchase and install a home sauna kit without help from professionals.
There are health risks that go along with entering a sauna. Individuals who are sick, suffer from fainting spells and pregnant should not enter the sauna.
Sauna suits are not meant to be worn in sauna. You are supposed to be naked in there.
No reason why not. Getting piercings doesn't exclude anyone from taking a sauna !
go to a sauna and drink mad liquids.
I wouldn't take my chances
Sauna twin is a product that makes you sweat, but disgraces the name of sauna because it has nothing to do with actual sauna.
In a Swedish sauna yes, in a Finnish sauna no.
In a Finnish sauna, yes. In a Turkish sauna, no.
Sauna World Championships are held in Finland, not Sweden. Swedish sauna is about 60 degrees colder than the Finnish sauna.
You don't use sauna suit in the sauna.
When I was a kid and my parents built a sauna to our summer cottage, I spent two hours straight in the sauna, but that is pretty hardcore even on my standards. As long as you as you keep yourself hydrated, there is no real time limit how long you can be in a sauna. A normal sauna session usually consists of several short 5-20 minute sessions (depending on the amount of löyly thrown and the temperature of the sauna) where you go cool off in between.