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Introduction To The Sauna
- Oct 18, 2018 -

Sauna, also known as the Finnish Bath, refers to the process of using steam to treat the body in a closed room. Usually the sauna room temperature can reach 60 ℃ above. The sauna originated in Finland and has a history of more than 2000 years. Using the hot and cold stimulation of repeated dry steaming of the whole body, so that the blood vessels expand and contract repeatedly, can enhance the vascular elasticity and prevent the effect of vascular hardening.

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