Between January and March the peak is reached: it’s the flu. There are many home remedies that help us deal with the flu. But there is an unthinkable ally to rely on: the sauna.
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Sauna or Turkish Bath?
We assume that the sauna is dry, while Turkish bath is wet.
The sauna promotes sweating, for this it’s more suitable for the expulsion of toxins. However, it’s the Turkish bath is a real cure-all for flu and colds.
Among the benefits deriving from these two activities there is also:
– muscle relaxation;
– the purification of the internal organs;
– the achievement of a smoother and more silky skin.
When making a sauna and/or Turkish bath it’s very important, once you leave, to do:
– a cold shower (washing one portion at a time);
– drink water (non-carbonated) to replenish the lost liquids.
– prevention of infectious diseases;
– help to those suffering from respiratory diseases, hypotension and chronic skin diseases;
– for those with chronic inflammation;
– help for those who suffered from a heart attack.
– not recommended during the period of menstruation;
– forbidden for those suffering from acute inflammation, decompensated and degenerative heart disease;
– prohibited for those who wear a peacemaker;
– prohibited for those with the minimum pressure around 120.
The photos were taken at Exit Spa Experience (Via Giuseppe Ungaretti 52, Saronno).