✅ What is a Roman sauna?
↪ This is a bath with a temperature of 60-70C and the highest relative humidity, close to 100%. Warm steam will envelop your body by gently warming it, gradually relaxing all muscle cramps, and dim lighting make the sauna cozy and comfortable. Roman baths appeared in ancient Rome and were originally built over hot springs. Ancient Rome was the first civilization where public baths became popular and widespread among the population. They were related to culture, health, art and even political movements.
✅ What are the benefits of a Roman sauna?
↪ High humidity in combination with heat 60-70C has an important effect on the human body. Condensation of water on the skin along with sweat helps to rid the body of toxins. It benefits the skin and promotes weight loss. The warming effect of steam on the respiratory system helps to heal chronic processes such as bronchitis, if it is not acute. Promotes better recovery and regeneration of the nervous and muscular systems after exercise.
✅ How to properly steam in the Roman sauna?
↪ It is recommended to spend several (3-5) sessions in pairs lasting 5-10 minutes each, depending on personal preferences and body condition. You can use the Roman steam room both in the morning and in the evening - the morning will charge you with energy for the whole day, and the evening treatments will have a relaxing effect. It is very important to restore water and electrolytes with the help of herbal and fruit teas, warm or hot. You can also have a soft drink if you are not prone to frequent colds with sore throat and cough. Caffeinated beverages such as tea and coffee raise blood pressure and should be avoided.
✅ What are the contraindications?
↪ Contraindications to visiting the steam room should be strictly adhered to. Do not visit the sauna for anyone with poor health or symptoms of acute colds and inflammatory diseases. The bath is also contraindicated for people with cardiovascular problems, skin diseases or cancer. Pregnant women are also forbidden to visit the steam room.