Report suggests that using a four times a week could reduce risk of heart problems
Findings have emerged after a research was conducted showing that constant visits to the sauna are a fundamental remedy to deaths caused by heart disease. This is an effective way especially to middle aged individuals. Numerous substantial health benefits are made available after visiting a high-quality home or commercial sauna four to seven times a week, an explanation that has been developed by different scholars.
Programmes concerned in dealing with the uncomfortableness due to heat are projected to behave the same as the physical exercises that are mild. This usually plays a major role in boosting the heart.
According to the research done in Finland a place where sauna practice often occurs regularly than the United Kingdom, Cardio vascular disease has proved to be one of the common killer diseases for the Britons.
A clear comparison is brought to focus between the sauna attendees. The possibilities of those attending to sauna constantly four to seven times a week have a quarter probability of getting heart death to those who visit sauna once in a week.
The sauna behaviour of old men and women aged 50 were also carried out. A sample of 1688 was analysed and their health was tracked for the next 15 years.
One professor of the university of Finland, Mr Jari Laukkanem started the very fundamental discovery about the sauna. He said that consistent visit to the sauna greatly reduces the death probability associated with the Cardio Vascular disease to individuals ranging from the middle aged class extending up to old men and women. He further insisted that constant visit to the sauna results to low blood pressure meaning that heart diseases are minimised to a greater depth. Moreover, he said that sauna stimulates a rise in heart rate in equal measures to those experienced when undertaking middle physical exercises.
Further research by the group showed that there were reduced deaths resulting from Cardio Vascular disease prior visiting the sauna. Only a total of five deaths were able to be accounted for among individuals who attended the sauna for 45 minutes. However, nine deaths were recorded for those individuals who attended spent only 15 minutes at the sauna.
Blood flow is usually believed to increase to those individuals who mostly take their time at the sauna. This is made possible by the fact that sauna causes dilation of blood vessels an effect which increases the rate of blood flow to the heart this making it healthier. Sauna also softens and prevents coronary arteries disease a condition that results in the hardening of the blood vessels. This is a more dangerous occurrence as it may lead to stroke.
Individuals suffering from persistent headaches are also referred to sauna as a remedy to their problem. Pains that usually occur in the bones can also be cured and reduced by taking visits to the sauna. Additional studies compared sauna to a hot bath as two things that work in the same way. With research information that was published at the BMC, a medical clinic, it suggested that the findings were general since it only used a sample from a single region and that more research will be conducted to provide critical information about sauna and health.
Professor Kausick Ray also said that the study did not include none-sauna users therefore providing no comparison. He also added that sauna users are at less risk of getting heart diseases.