Using the sauna correctly will help you relax and enjoy the fun and relaxing time in the sauna. Therefore, it is important that you understand and follow some safety precautions:

1. Health Tips

    If you have a medical condition or are taking any medication, consult your doctor before use. The same applies to people taking recreational drugs and certain medicines. Sauna use is also not recommended for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. If you experience any discomfort, stop using the sauna immediately.

    2. Time Tips

    It is recommended that you take about 15-20 minutes each time, depending on the situation and your personal fitness level. If you feel too hot or uncomfortable, you can leave the sauna to rest and cool down.
    If you have a medical condition, please follow your doctor's instructions when using the sauna. Twice a week is recommended in the beginning.

    3. Moisture Tips

    Saunas cause the body to sweat and lose water, so it is important to drink a glass of water before going into the sauna to stay hydrated and prevent dehydration. It is also important to stay hydrated after the sauna.
    Do not drink alcohol before or during the sauna. Sauna use is not recommended for people who have been drinking alcohol for a long time or who have a hangover.

    4. Temperature Tips

    Livesaunas provides each sauna with instructions, health guides and warnings that must be read carefully before use. If you do not see any instructions, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
    Traditional steam saunas are set to a maximum temperature of 90°C and the speed at which they heat up depends on whether you sprinkle water or not. If you sprinkle water, the temperature rises very quickly.
    The far infrared sauna is set to a maximum temperature of 65°C, it is usually switched on for about 15 minutes and reaches a temperature of 50-60°C.
    The temperature of our sauna is also controllable, so you don't have to worry about its safety. Except for the outdoor steam, which depends on the adjustment of the temperature control device. All other types of sauna are equipped with a temperature control probe that automatically stops the sauna from heating up if the internal temperature exceeds the set maximum temperature.
    To enhance your sauna experience, you can allow the sauna to warm up for about 5 minutes before entering. The choice is yours.

    5. Clothing Tips

    If you have your own private sauna and prefer to sauna naked, then go ahead.
    Wearing too much clothing can lead to overheating. If you do wear clothes, it is recommended that you wear a bathing suit or loose-fitting clothes that allow your skin to sweat freely and help cool you down.
    Suggestion: Our bodies sweat out toxins, including heavy metals, so it is recommended to have 2 towels. One to sit on and the other to wipe off as you sweat.

    6. Cooling Tips

    It is not advisable to rush straight into cold water after the sauna. Give your body some time to adjust to the cooler air outside and take a shower after about 5-10 minutes to get a clean skin.