Sauna; It is a cultural-physical event that regulates the heart, circulatory and nervous system. Rapid, intense temperature rises and falls in the human body constitutes the main principle of sauna.

At the upper level of the skin layer, the temperature rises 10°C higher than normal, at the same time, the temperature below the skin layer is 1°C higher than normal. increases. This increases the production of antibodies, which are the substance that resists diseases in the body.

As the blood vessels dilate, blood flow accelerates. Our organism tries to keep the body temperature constant by cooling the skin and with intense sweating. gives a reaction. The skin is revitalized by being cleared of dead cells. It has a soft and smooth surface.