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Saunas & steam rooms

What is the difference between a sauna and a steam room? The main difference between these two  types of heat therapy is temperature and humidity. A traditional Finnish sauna is heated to 55°C or higher and maintains a humidity level around 10%. On the other hand, steam rooms are heated to 46°C or higher with 100% humidity. In a nutshell, both involve whole-body exposures to hot air, but dry saunas stimulate sweating and steam rooms reduce our ability to sweat.

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