Safe Sauna Practice

Please keep in mind that this list is not exhaustive, and it is always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before using a sauna if you have any concerns.

If you’re expecting a little bundle of joy, sauna use is not recommended.

If you have a history of heart disease, high blood pressure, or other cardiovascular conditions, you should consult with your healthcare provider before using the sauna.

Anyone with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) should be cautious when using the sauna, as the hot and humid environment may exacerbate symptoms or trigger breathing difficulties.

Individuals who are sensitive to heat or have a low tolerance for high temperatures should use caution when using the sauna.

Sauna use is not recommended after consuming alcohol or drugs, as it can increase the risk of dehydration and impair judgment.

It is advisable to avoid using the sauna if you have any active infections, open wounds, or skin conditions, as the heat and humidity can promote bacterial growth or slow down the healing process.

Certain medications, such as anticoagulants or beta-blockers, may interact with the sauna’s heat and have adverse effects. Please consult with your health provider if you are unsure. 

Staying hydrated before, during, and after sauna sessions is important. Anyone prone to dehydration or conditions that affect fluid balance should take extra precautions and ensure they drink enough water.

If you often get seizures or are diagnosed with a seizure disorder, we advise against using our sauna.