There are many reasons to take advantage of an indoor sauna. From relaxation and stress relief to the release of muscle tension, a sauna can take away aches and pains from a long workout and sweat the day away. And now, according to an article by the New York Times, saunas may even be great for blood pressure. See below for our # reasons why you should have a sauna in your home.

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1 – A workout for your heart

The heat makes the blood vessels expand and raises the heart rate, thus exercising the whole cardiac system. When we cool down the vessels contract again, and the whole procedure is beneficial for the blood pressure. The New York Times cited a study from the American Journal of Hypertension which examined “1,621 middle-aged men with normal blood pressure who were followed for an average of 25 years. During that time, 251 developed hypertension. Compared to those who reported one sauna session a week or less, those who took two to three sessions were 24 percent less likely to have hypertension, and four to seven visits a week reduced the risk by 46 percent.”

2 – Reduce your heart risk

Studies show that sauna bathing lowers the risk of developing heart or cardiac diseases

3 – Hormone benefits

The heat wakes up our hormonal system, alerting our stress hormones in a way that is believed to benefit our immune system and reduce inflammatory processes

4 – Mood booster

Endorphins are released in our bodies. This is a sort of “feel good” – a substance that calms us and helps us sleep better.

5 – Healthy skin

Sweating is a superb way to cleanse the pores. Sauna bathing works as a sort of detox.

6 – Glowing complexion

Blood circulation improves dramatically from the heat, leaving our skin rejuvenated and with an amazing glow. Skip the expensive miracle creams and enjoy the sauna instead!

7 – Athletic benefits

The heat relaxes tense muscles and helps our bodies recover after exercise and injuries.

So what are you waiting for? Inquire about how you can install a sauna into your home today!