The Colorado Dry Sauna Difference
If the thought of a stuffy steam room puts you off, a dry sauna might be a great alternative. Designed to deliver the same health benefits of a traditional sauna but at a much lower level of humidity, dry saunas don’t use heated rocks and water to create an environment that causes elevated sweating. Often found in gyms and wellness centers, dry saunas offer the same stress-relieving properties that traditional or Finnish saunas have been known to provide for centuries.
Is Regular Sauna Use Good for You?
Studies from around the globe continue to show that not only is regular sauna use (about 3-4 sessions per week) safe for most users, it has proven health benefits. From Japan to Canada and Finland (where nearly a third of all adults enjoy sessions regularly), users the world over claim a variety of improved health markers of all types.
These benefits include:
- Improved cardiovascular health
- Speedy physical recovery after strenuous exercise
- Reduced toxin levels through natural detoxification
- Reduced risk of depression
- Physical and mental stress relief
- Improved sleep patterns
- Increased calorie burn
- Elevated skin cleansing
Enjoy Sauna Comfort in Your Own Home
Offering a wide variety of Finnleo® dry saunas, Mountain Mist Pool & Spa makes it easy and affordable to install a dry sauna in your home. Today’s stylish designs incorporate understated elegance while promising exceptional dependability and performance.
Find out why so many of Northern Colorado’s homeowners turn to us for their dry sauna needs by contacting us today or visiting us at either of our locations in Loveland or Longmont today. For hours and locations, visit our Contact Us page.
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