For safe effective use of a sauna…

The best temperature is around 175 degrees F, although you’ll get benefits over 160 degrees F. Avoid going as high as 195 degrees F, that’s unsafe for everyone. 20 to 30 minutes is ideal.

After a sauna, let yourself cool down for a few minutes by sitting in a normal-temperature room, and drink two to four eight-ounce glasses of water.

Saunas are places where people sit or stand and perspire, so they should be cleaned regularly.

Don’t drink alcohol an hour or two before a sauna, or during. The combination of heat and alcohol can make blood pressure drop too low.

Source: Bottom Line Personal March 2018

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