A Finnish sauna is a Finnish analogue of a wood-fired bath.
Since ancient times, the sauna has been considered a way to improve health. The fact is that it is hotis and dry air causes the most active sweating, which is an excellent way to remove toxins from the body. High temperature increases blood circulation and metabolism. At the same time, the general tone increases, blood circulation improves and fatigue is relieved. The only, but very important, differences between a sauna and a bath are the temperature regime and humidity in the steam room.
In the Finnish sauna, a rather high temperature is used - 70°C and above.
Before visiting the bathhouse, it is necessary to take a shower and dry yourself to prevent burns.