A sauna is a room—and sometimes a small hut—designed to enhance circulation and improve your cardiovascular system. During a session, it's filled with dry or wet heat and temperatures can range from 140 degrees F to more than 200. The idea is to relax and sweat out toxins that are affecting your body.
There are two types of saunas currently available: conventional and infrared. Conventional saunas warm the air (usually through steam vents), while infrared ones create heat through warmed-up objects (like charcoal or carbon).
Pearl designer sauna, $4,500-$8,000 (sauna.com)
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