What Happens If You Use a SAUNA for 14 Days

Using a sauna every day is safe for most healthy people. In fact, the health benefits of saunas seem to increase with regular use. Daily sauna use may not be safe if you are pregnant, have high, low, or fluctuating blood pressure, heart conditions, are prone to dizziness or fainting, or have an autoimmune disorder.
The purpose of a sauna is to increase your body temperature and make you sweat, as heat and perspiration can bring health benefits. When used properly, saunas can be life-enhancing for most people. There are some risks, though, so learning how to propeSaunas, including infrared and traditional styles (which we’ve compared in a separate article), have been found to bring numerous health benefits. Regular sauna use can increase overall wellness, improve or prevent certain medical conditions, and enhance athletic or other physical performance. These benefits happen because of a sauna’s high heat. The hot temperature of a sauna positively affects the body. High heat has a number of effects, and many of these changes are beneficial to our health like:
Decreases muscle tension
Reduced amount of cortisol (the notorious stress hormone) in the body
Boosted production of the feel-good hormones serotonin and endorphins
Increases the amount of human growth hormone (HGH) levels to speed healing and recovery
Causes blood vessels to dilate, which increases blood flow and facilitates healing
Causes perspiration, helping the body sweat out toxinsrly use a sauna and knowing your own limits will help keep your sauna safe for daily use. Being inside a sauna can be incredibly relaxing. Part of this is the heat itself, and part is the very experience of sitting in a quiet room, without distractions, without to-do lists, and without overstimulating sights and sounds. Saunas are an invitation to let go and relax. The research on this is conclusive: taking time to relieve stress is an important part of caring for our mental and physical health. Saunas can be good for social health, too. When you enjoy a period of relaxation in the sauna with friends or family members, you feel a sense of closeness and connection that deepens relationships. Saunas are associated with helping lung diseases like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Sauna use is also linked to better sleep. Saunas can enhance immune system function, too. Some research has revealed that sauna use might improve the body’s ability to fight colds and cases of flu, and it can keep seasonal allergy symptoms at bay, which some believe has to do with the way in which saunas tend to decrease cortisol as this study points out.
Using a Sauna Every Day: Is It Safe?