3 Health Benefits of Sauna Bathing
Lounging in elevated heat from the comfort of home is linked to increased relaxation, reduced stress and even pain relief. But what about your overall health, can a sauna really make a difference? With so many positive outcomes linked to health and well-being, it’s easy to see why people invest in at home saunas.
Here are 3 health benefits to be gained from regular sauna use.
The average sauna is hot temperatures often reach 180 degrees Fahrenheit! All this dry heat feels great, but it also raises core body temperature, increasing blood circulation. With more oxygen-rich blood and nutrients flowing to the skin, the body has what it needs to properly nourish and repair dead or damaged skin cells faster. Just a few minutes in the sauna improves cell function long term, leading to healthier, more vibrant skin.
The modern sauna has been linked to immunity function in a positive way. With regular use, you can potentially stay healthy if you’re not sick and get better faster if you’re already sick with a cold or flu. High heat triggers the immune system, as the body responds to elevated heat by increasing white blood cell count. The sauna bathing process artificially stimulates a fever, strengthening the body’s defense mechanisms against infection and illness.
Great news! Using a sauna may promote a strong heart by mimicking a light cardiovascular workout, and the benefits that go along with it. Heat from the sauna has a therapeutic effect on the body, raising heart rate and lowering blood pressure naturally. As you sweat, blood vessels relax and blood flow decreases, lowering the workload of your heart. When used regularly, the sauna contributes to a strong vascular system, and healthy heart function.
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Downtown Milwaukee from E. State St., 2008. Yankee Hill Apartments are near left, Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist near left-center, the Pfister Hotel right-center, and Milwaukee City Hall far right.
Downtown Milwaukee from the Milwaukee River
North–south streets are numbered, and east–west streets are named. However, north–south streets east of 1st Street are named, like east–west streets. The north–south numbering line is along the Menomonee River (east of Hawley Road) and Fairview Avenue/Golfview Parkway (west of Hawley Road), with the east–west numbering line defined along 1st Street (north of Oklahoma Avenue) and Chase/Howell Avenue (south of Oklahoma Avenue). This numbering system is also used to the north by Mequon in Ozaukee County, and by some Waukesha County communities.
Milwaukee is crossed by Interstate 43 and Interstate 94, which come together downtown at the Marquette Interchange. The Interstate 894 bypass (which as of May 2015 also contains Interstate 41) runs through portions of the city’s southwest side, and Interstate 794 comes out of the Marquette interchange eastbound, bends south along the lakefront and crosses the harbor over the Hoan Bridge, then ends near the Bay View neighborhood and becomes the “Lake Parkway” (WIS-794).
One of the distinctive traits of Milwaukee’s residential areas are the neighborhoods full of so-called Polish flats. These are two-family homes with separate entrances, but with the units stacked one on top of another instead of side-by-side. This arrangement enables a family of limited means to purchase both a home and a modestly priced rental apartment unit. Since Polish-American immigrants to the area prized land ownership, this solution, which was prominent in their areas of settlement within the city, came to be associated with them.
The tallest building in the city is the U.S. Bank Center.
Coordinates: 43.05°N 87.95°W
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