Saunaing as a “Passive Cardio Workout”: An Explanation
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. In order to truly optimize your health, you must take care of your heart. It is literally at the core of our wellbeing.
While that stat may be shocking, you may rest a bit easier after learning that the cardio benefits of infrared sauna have been proven, and offer a valid and effective form of heart exercise. Cardio exercise creates good circulation, which in turn provides many positive effects for your body. This activity also helps us manage blood sugar levels and can reduce depression symptoms by producing serotonin, a chemical messenger that is known as the happy chemical.
Exercise can be difficult for many reasons.
Some people simply aren’t able to get out and get their blood pumping at a level that will be beneficial. Thankfully saunaing provides a real solution to getting your heart working without demanding physical strain. Multiple studies, including one published in 2019, in Complementary Therapies in Medicine journal back these claims. The 2019 study focused on the benefits of the heart and cardiovascular system, concluding that sauna bathing was equivalent to a moderate physical exercise!
Sit back and relax while your heart gets pumping. Your body will thank you.
Read Sunlighten’s blog to see the science and facts behind infrared for heart health: https://www.sunlighten.com/blog/saunaing-a-passive-cardio-workout
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Be encouraged: the cardio benefits of infrared saunas are real and offer a valid and effective form of heart exercise.
Saunaing actually offers a real solution to getting your heart working without demanding physical strain.
Heart Health – an often-overlooked health benefit of infrared saunas.
It sounds too good to be true, but it isn’t. Research supports the fact that passive cardio workouts are possible in a sauna! Sit back and relax while your heart gets pumping.
The heart is literally at the core of our wellbeing. Did you know that the heat of a sauna activates a response in your body that increases both heart rate and the amount of blood pumping through your body?
Thank you for reading and happy saunaing!
~Westhaven Aesthetics & Wellness