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Nov 25,2021

5 Health Benefits Of Using A Sauna Bath

Usually, a sauna is a room heated between seventy to hundred degrees Celsius. Conventional Finnish saunas generally use dry heat with a relative humidity level between ten percent to twenty percent. In other types of saunas, there is higher moisture. For example, Turkish saunas have greater humidity levels. Using a sauna can increase the temperature of the skin too roughly forty degrees Celsius. With the rise in the temperature of the skin, heavy sweating also takes place. The heart rate increases as the human body make an effort to cool down. It is common to release little sweat while taking a sauna for a short time. Types Of Saunas  Wood Burning: Wood is burned for heating the sauna rocks and sauna room. Usually, wood-burning saunas have a high temperature and low levels of humidity.  Electrically Heated: Like wood-burning saunas, electrically heated saunas have low levels of humidity and high temperatures. In electrically heated saunas, an electrical heater which is fixed on the floor makes the sauna room warm. Infrared Room: Far-infrared saunas (FIRS) differ from electrically heated and wood-burning saunas. They are offered through special lamps that employ light waves to heat a person's body, not the whole room. In FIRS, temperatures are usually lesser than the rest of saunas, but they make people sweat similarly. Steam room: A Steam room differs from saunas. This is because instead of warming with dry heat, it involves moist heat and high humidity.  Health Benefits Of Saunas Whenever any person sits inside a sauna, they experience widening of their blood vessels. This causes an increase in blood circulation like low to moderate exercising, depending upon the sauna use duration. Heart rate might rise to 100 to 150 beats per minute during a sauna. This might help improve the health of the person using the sauna. Reducing Pain Increased circulation caused by using a sauna might help decrease muscle soreness, reduce arthritis pain and enhance joint movement. Lowering Down Stress Levels With the improvement in blood circulation due to heating is done in a sauna, relaxation might be promoted. This relaxation can make a person feel better. Enhancing Cardiovascular Health The lowering down of stress levels while using any sauna might reduce the risks of cardiovascular problems. A study done in Finland followed two thousand three hundred and fifteen adult men aged between 42 to 60 during two decades. The study findings suggested that sauna users might have a reduced risk of dying from any cardiovascular health problem.  Reduces Skin Problems A dry sauna makes human skin dry during its use. Some people experiencing the autoimmune skin disease psoriasis might find a reduction in their symptoms during their use of sauna, but those experiencing atopic dermatitis might find that they worsen. Therefore, people experiencing atopic dermatitis must not use a sauna. Relief For People Suffering From Asthma People who have asthma might be relieved from some of its symptoms by using the sauna. This is because sauna use might lower down their stress levels, loosen phlegm, and open airways. The information mentioned above about the health benefits of sauna use recommends that people use the sauna but it's better for them to consult a doctor before doing so especially if they suffer from unstable angina, heart failure, diabetes, uncontrollable blood pressure, or unusual heart rhythm in their lives. This is because it can prove to be dangerous for their health and even lead to their deaths.

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Nov 17,2021

How To Use A Bath Bomb?

After a tiring day at work, you return home; you desire to do something relaxing that will take away all your tiredness and make you feel absolutely refreshed. Well, then lying in your bed and watching Netflix isn’t how you are going to feel refreshing. Netflix and chill only go together once you are feeling refreshing enough to chill. Perhaps we have an idea for you that you can use to relax instantly. The idea is to use a bath bomb in your bathtub every time you take a bath, especially after a tiring day. You are surely going to get this wholesome, refreshing feeling after taking this bath bomb bath. You might be wondering, what is it in bath bombs that makes one feel so relaxed? It is full of ingredients that are soothing for your body. It contains chemicals like citric acid and sodium bicarbonate which have excellent healing properties. Bath bombs create a stress-free atmosphere and draw you into peaceful and relaxing mode. Soaking your body into bath bomb water makes your skin feel fresh and also improves your circulation. It has such mesmerizing scents in it, which raise the whole experience of bathing. Here is a guide on how you should use a bath bomb in your bath. 1. First Add Water, Then Bath Bomb People always find it a bit confusing to use a bath bomb. Some think bath bomb goes first, and then you run water into the tub. While others believe water comes first, and once the tub is filled with water, then you drop the bath bomb into it. Perhaps what experts suggest is that water comes first and then the bath bomb. Once you fill the tub with water and then drop the bath bomb into it, the bomb dissolves better this way.  2. The Temperature Of The Water Matters You might like taking a bath with cold water, but it is recommended to use warm water with bath bombs. The warmer the water, the better the bath. Warm water helps open your pores as you soak your body into it. All the essential oils come in deep contact with your skin through these opened pores. Warm water also helps the bath bomb to dissolve smoothly. Now the warm water also comes in different levels. Some might like using lukewarm water, and others prefer tepid water; as long as the water is warm and not cold, you are good to go. It is up to your tolerance of warmth which level of warm water you use hot, lukewarm, or tepid.  3. Add Essential Oils Once you have filled your tub and dropped your bath bomb in it, you should then add essential oils to your bathwater. Any oil of your choice, let it be jojoba oil or lavender oil, will work perfectly. All the oils are equally amazing, and as your pores open up in warm water, these oils will penetrate deep into your skin and make your skin feel so good you can’t even imagine.   4. Add Milk And Rose Petals This is an additional step, but you are going to love it. Add two cups of any milk of your choice to your bathwater; we suggest oat milk. It will give you that soft milky skin that you have always desired. As milk has lactic acid in it, therefore it will help in exfoliating your skin. Do toss in some rose petals just how you garnish your yummiest dessert. This will make your bathtub look like heaven, and not only will it look like heaven, but it will also feel like heaven, as the oils present in rose oils will soothe your skin even more.

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Nov 11,2021

This DIY Milk Bath Recipe Can Help Soothe Dry, Itchy Skin

Baths have always been a relieving experience after a tiring day. We leave work and jump into our bathtub after impatiently waiting all day to soak our bodies in warm bath water for some good time to unwind and relax. However, you can enhance your bathing experience by adding natural or artificial products into your bathwater. So many ingredients and products present in your kitchen can be mixed into your bathwater. You are going to love the effects provided by using each of these products. Well, recently, the product that has become famous for making smooth and soft skin and treating itchy skin when added into bath water is milk. It has also come to be known that milk bath is not a new concept; instead, it has been an ancient technique used by women of the past to improve their skins and make them more soft, smooth, and flawless. You can also jump onto this bandwagon by following our very easy DIY milk bath recipe and hop on to the trend of having soft milky skin.     Ingredients Needed For DIY Milk Bath You can directly add milk into your bathwater, and it will be called a milk bath. You can also use soap that has milk in it, yes, they do exist, and soap producers have been using milk as one of the main components for a long time. However, to have the most fascinating milk bath at home, you can add the ingredients that we are going to list out.  •1-2 cups of any liquid milk or powdered milk •Warm water •1 cup oats •1 cup Epsom salt •½ cup oil •Essential oils Step by Step Instructions •Fill Your Bathtub With Water To begin with your DIY milk bath, you first need to fill your bathtub with water. It is recommended to use lukewarm or tepid water for milk bath as these temperatures are said to be very beneficial for soaking your body in it. Whereas soaking your body in warm or cold water will make your skin very dry. So, fill your bathtub with only lukewarm or tepid water. •Add Milk Into Your Bathwater Now add 1-2 cups of milk into your bathtub; you can use any milk of your choice. You can look for all the milk options and see which one will be more beneficial for you. It is recommended to use whole milk or buttermilk as they contain a greater amount of lactic acid, which is good for exfoliating your skin. However, people who are allergic to animal products are recommended to use powdered milk or soy milk, or coconut milk for their milk bath. •Toss In A Cup Of Oats This is an optional step that you can do to add extra freshness to your skin. We all know what amazing benefits oats can provide when added to the regular diet. Along with dietary benefits, oats are also very good to be used on the skin. In fact, people who have severe allergies to milk can use powdered oats as an alternative to powdered milk and toss it into their bathwater.  •Add Epsom Salt This ingredient will make your bathwater extremely relaxing for you as Epsom salt is proven to be effective for treating pain in muscles and joints. What will be better than having a bath that can take away all the pains in your body? Therefore, do add a cup of Epsom salt to your bathwater.  •Add All The Oils  Then add oils in your bathwater like coconut oil, jojoba oil, lavender oil, etc. Any oil of your liking will work perfectly. After this, stir your DIY milk bath water and soak yourself in it for around a good half an hour. 

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