Steam Bath Benefits
Steam Cabin-We all deserve a relaxation session after workout, what is the better option than a Steam bath. We are providing separate Steam bath available on all weekdays, so you may enjoy the relax sessions.
But don’t spend too much time in a steam room as it can cause dizziness or even a rapid heartbeat. Remember to stay hydrated.
Suitable Place for the Steam Cabin Installation
Colston Steam rooms originated in ancient Rome and were also used in ancient Greece. The rooms are sometimes made of glass but are usually lined with ceramic tile and are made to create a 100% humidity atmosphere. Sizes can vary from a closet-like space to almost the size of a small warehouse, and some steam rooms offer massage therapy. The temperature reaches a maximum of 104 degrees Fahrenheit to avoid steam burns, and the source of heat comes from an external steam generator that continuously emits steam into the room.
The first action of the heat is that it dilates the blood vessels which immediately improves the circulation, producing a positive tonic effect. The pores in the skin also dilate making possible deep cleansing of the skin and thorough purification, all of which translates into softer, more elastic skin with a great glow. Alongside cell renewal the steam has a soothing effect on skin problems, reducing acne and dermatitis
What are the health and skin benefits of using a sauna vs. using a steam room?
Both offer various thermotherapy (heat treatment) benefits, including:
Increased blood flow, dilation of blood vessels and lowered blood pressure
High perspiration, allowing for the pores to open and release toxins
Ease of muscular pain
Releasing of stress and tension
Stronger immune system
Alleviation of joint problems or other physical aches and pains.
A visit to the steam sauna is suitable for the purposes of both regeneration and relaxation for athletes and as an element of treatment of chronic airway inflammation, slightly elevated blood pressure, chronic rheumatic diseases, chronic inflammation of the pelvis and in the treatment of psychosomatic problems.
Steam bath uses heat effects like the classic dry sauna. The temperature inside is lower than in the traditional sauna and it oscillates around 40–50 °C. Another difference is the exposure to 100% humidity.
Support to the cardiovascular system
Mental relaxation and increased resistance to stress
Support of nervous and hormonal functions
Increased metabolism (improvement of metabolism)
Released airways helping with asthma and severe allergies
Alleviating painful musculature conditions
Supporting to the immune system
Can help clear acne or reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by adding hydration.
Are ideal for individuals with respiratory ailments, such as bronchitis, asthma or sinusitis.
Are ideal for those who don’t like the dry heat of a sauna.
Boost your immune system by increasing the rate of sweating and killing or weakening harmful microorganisms inside the body.
“A great advantage of the steam bath lies in its highly beneficial effect on the skin, a feature particularly appreciated by women. The moist heat stimulates the subcutaneous blood flow and cleanses the skin intensively, opening the pores, removing dead skin and impurities and leaving the skin feeling soft, clean, and silky smooth.” By opening the pores through perspiration, steam induces the expulsion of toxins, rectifying exercise-related skin problems.
Steam increases blood circulation to your scalp and improves hair as well.