The first sauna use began in the steppes of Central Asia. From Central Asia to Russia, Russia reached the Scandinavian countries through the Russian channel and completed its development in Finland.
It is a kind of hot air bath made of wood with warm and dry air in the sauna and large enough for people to sleep comfortably. In general, the temperature in the sauna is between 40 and 90 ° C. The temperature is 100 degrees Celsius in the ceiling height.
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- Burns calories
- Accelerates blood circulation
- Provides a deep and comfortable sleep
- Loosens muscles
- Provides removal of harmful toxins
- Cleans skin pores
- It reduces stress