August 27, 2008

Deep Sauna

Be them wet or dry, sauna's can be traced long back in ancient history from the Greeks, Romans and of course the Scandinavians. The heat and gentle sweating initiated by the sauna causes an artificial fever within the body, the same as when we are ill. The body then reacts enhancing metabolism and blood circulation which in turn destroys viruses and helps to oxygenate the body's tissues. As your body slowly perspires your skin's pores will slowly open allowing them to cleanse themselves. As well as removing grime and toxins from the body. Your skin will be left feeling soft, clean and supple.

It can be easier than you think to build your own sauna. With some basic carpentry skills and a little specialized understanding you can be relaxing in your own home sauna in no time at all.