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Sauna in the evening for a good night’s sleep

Jul 9, 2017 10:00:00 AM
Lifestyle

An increasing number of people suffer from sleeping disorders or find it difficult to fall asleep. Did you know that a sauna session before bedtime can help put you into sleeping mode?

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Nowadays we are onstantly connected, reachable and online - it is no wonder that we sometimes find it hard to unwind and relax enough to fall asleep. Caffeine and alcohol are often among the usual suspects when trying to get healthy sleeping habits back on track, but once you have cut down on those enemies of restorative nights - let us suggest an evening sauna to help you get sleepy. The heat, the silence and the solitude will help you relax, and research have shown that a sauna session can have dramatic effects on sleeping patterns. By raising your body temperature in the sauna just before it is time to go to bed, your heated body will automatically work to readjust its temperature afterwards. It is this cooling-down and normalising after the sauna bath that will lull you off to sleep, leaving you calm and relaxed enough to sleep soundly through the night. By alleviating physical aches and pains such as headaches, muscle soreness or joint pain, the sauna also takes away many of the things that might have disturbed your nights rest. The prescription of sleeping pills is constantly on the rise, but before you take such drastic methods - why not give the natural and soothing heat of the sauna a chance! Don’t let the bedbugs bite… Zzz...

 

 

 

 

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