High blood pressure: Slash your risk of hypertension by 46 percent by bathing

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Published in the American Journal of Hypertension, Dr Francesco Zaccardi determined that regular sauna use could slash your hypertension risk by 46 percent – especially if you get hot and steamy four times per week. The increase in body temperature during sauna bathing is said to cause blood vessels to dilate, which can help increase blood flow. Moreover, regular sauna use is thought to improve the function of the endothelium – the tissue that lines the inside of the blood vessels.

This hypothesis suggests that sauna bathing protects against heart disease.

“Cardiovascular disease is one of the main causes of death and disability in the UK,” the NHS stated.

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Thus, by taking regular sauna sessions, you’re helping yourself live a longer life.

The health benefits of sauna sessions

The Mayo Clinic stated: “Emerging evidence suggests that sauna bathing has several health benefits.”

Benefits of sauna sessions might include:

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  • Reduction in high blood pressure, stroke, neurocognitive disease
  • Reduction of risk of cardiovascular disease
  • Reduction of flu, mortality, skin conditions, and headaches.

Attending a sauna session is said to evoke the same physiological responses as walking.

Sauna use is said to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, improve lipid profile, and improve the cardiorespiratory system.

“Regular sauna bathing may alleviate and prevent the risk of both acute and chronic disease conditions,” said the Mayo Clinic.

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Sauna bathing is considered to be “passive heat therapy”, with common use ranging between five to 20 minutes per session.

The pleasurable recreational activity is considered safe for most people.

Harvard Medical School pointed out “general precautions” before using a sauna, which include:

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  • Avoid alcohol before use
  • Do not stay inside a sauna for more than 20 minutes
  • Cool down gradually afterwards
  • Drink up to four glass of cool water after each sauna session
  • Don’t use the sauna if you’re feeling unwell
  • Leave the sauna if you feel unwell at any point.

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