• Increase blood flow and circulation

• Relax and soothe muscles

• Reduces inflammation throughout the body

• Promotes weight loss and increased metabolism, which helps you burn more calories throughout the day

• Promotes healing from injuries or surgeries

• Helps with sleep by increasing GABA levels in your brain

• Reduces anxiety and stress, which can help with mood disorders like depression


Choose a convenient time: Find a time that works best for you and make it a regular part of your routine. Whether it’s before work, after a workout, or before bed, establish a regular schedule that you can stick to.

Warm up before entering: It’s best to warm up before entering the sauna to help prepare your body for the heat. Light stretching before can help to increase your heart rate and get your blood flowing.

Start slow and work your way up: If you’re new to using a sauna, start with shorter sessions and gradually increase the length of time you spend in the sauna. Your body will adjust to the heat over time, and you’ll be able to enjoy longer sessions.

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Stay hydrated: It’s essential to drink plenty of water before, during, and after your sauna session to prevent dehydration. The heat and steam can quickly deplete your body’s fluids, so be sure to drink plenty of water before, during, and after your session.

Take breaks as needed: If you start to feel lightheaded or dizzy, it’s time to take a break. Leave the sauna and sit quietly for a few minutes to allow your body to cool down.

Avoid alcohol and drugs: Alcohol and drugs can affect your body’s ability to regulate its temperature and can be dangerous in a hot and humid environment like a sauna.

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