Study: Frequent Use Of Sauna Lowers Stroke Risk By 60%
It Also Lowers Blood Pressure And Makes Blood Vessels More Flexible
According to a study, frequent sauna sessions could lower the risk of stroke in 60%, in persons who have four or more weekly sauna sessions, compared to those who have one session per week. These benefit cardiovascular health, lowering the rates of heart disease and dementia. It also lowers blood pressure and makes blood vessels more flexible, allowing better blood flow. However, this study was made in Finland, in which the sauna consists of dry heat. More research is needed to compare the results using heat therapies, such as hot tubs or steam rooms. Click here for more information.