In view of current developments of the global virus outbreak, we believe that offering our services is now as important as ever. Studies from universities and research bodies worldwide have confirmed sauna bathing’s significant efficacy in boosting a person’s immune system. (Sauna science links are coming soon to this website.)
A virus of this type is inactivated 100% within minutes when exposed to temperatures of 132°F or above. This means that any surface-born virus will not survive in a wood-fired sauna that is typically heated to 170-180°F, be it on a person’s skin or any other surface.
Once the virus has caused an infection in the lungs, sauna bathing will not be an effective remedy as the air one inhales will not be at a high enough temperature when it reaches the lungs.
Any person who shows respiratory symptoms is strongly advised to self-isolate and not participate in a sauna.
OUR COMMITMENT TO REDUCING THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS
While the sauna room disinfects itself by way of heating up, we have re-doubled our efforts to disinfect the changing room and all parts of the facility that may be touched by our customers, before and after every rental.
Furthermore, when surface-borne, the virus dies on its own within a matter of a few hours to a few days (depending on the surface it sits on.)
10% DISCOUNT OFFER
As the impact of the virus outbreak is changing the economic landscape, we are offering a 10% discount on all bookings received by August 31, 2020 (irrespective of the delivery date) to make sauna bathing more affordable.
To receive the discount, please use Coupon Code “Immuneboost” in our online booking system.
SAUNA BATHING BOOSTS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Studies from many reputable research bodies have confirmed that sauna bathing can be a significant factor in boosting the immune system! We will be posting abstracts and links to sauna studies on our website, soon. Here are two of them.
“There is […] evidence that sauna exposure could boost the immune system, which may partly explain why sauna baths reduce susceptibility to common colds and prevent infections in healthy individuals.”
“This trial was to test the hypothesis that sauna bathing can reduce the incidence of common colds. Twenty-five volunteers were submitted to sauna bathing, with 25 controls abstaining from this or comparable procedures. In both groups the frequency, duration and severity of common colds were recorded for six months. There were significantly fewer episodes of common cold in the sauna group.”