FAQs On Dundalk LeisureCraft Home Saunas
Posted in Home saunas, on September 17, 2021
There are many benefits of frequent home sauna usage. Saunas help with hair and skin, joints and muscles, blood flow and oxygen, and so much more. Imagine sliding into your very own blissful Dundalk LeisureCraft sauna after a long day of work, especially during a harsh Canadian winter. What a treat!
Our experts at SaunaFin have taken the time to answer the list of frequently asked questions we receive around home saunas. We hope you find these details helpful when you start shopping for your Dundalk LeisureCraft sauna. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact our experts for more information.
Are Heated Saunas Safe?
A Dundalk LeisureCraft home sauna is safe. The short-term advantages of regular sauna use are undeniable. The benefits of detoxification and pain management are many when you regularly use your home sauna. It is important to note that you can spend hours exposed to light without burning (but don’t spend hours in your sauna!). Sauna heat is so safe it is used to warm babies in hospitals.
How Should I Prepare My Dundalk LeisureCraft Sauna Session?
Turn your sauna on about an hour before using it. When there are about thirty minutes left, hop in for a perfect session. Keep your sauna at the default temperature of 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Drink plenty of water before and after your sauna session. An electrolyte replenishing drink is also recommended.
How Long Should My Home Sauna Session Be?
The best practice is to use your sauna no more than twice a day and limit the time inside to 20-45 minutes. When first beginning sauna sessions, use at least twice a week for 10-15 minutes, working up to 30-40 minutes slowly. Even though you may become accustomed to the heat, it is advised not to exceed 45 minutes in a single session.
Can Kids Use Our Home Saunas?
Kids are smaller than adults and tend to heat up more quickly. This happens because of a higher metabolic rate per body mass, the inability to regulate temperature through sweating, and limited circulatory adaptation to increase cardiac demands. When a child uses the sauna, ensure a lower temperature is set and the amount of time in the sauna is reduced to 15 minutes. If you are unsure if your child should be using your sauna, contact your physician.
Can I Use a Home Sauna While Taking Medications?
It is best to contact your physician before using a home sauna while on prescription medications. Some medications can cause heat rash, heatstroke and may impair the body’s natural heat loss mechanisms. Because medications and their reactions can vary so much, contact your physician or pharmacist for more information.
We have read about the undeniable benefits of home sauna ownership and the safety of a home sauna. If you have more questions, please do not hesitate to contact our experts at SaunaFin. They are ready and eager to share a plethora of knowledge and information with you so you can begin to enjoy your very own home sauna.