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In winter you might get a flu. However, this year you can cure it while having a sauna, which has many benefits!

When temperatures drop, in fall and winter, you might get a seasonal flu. However, there is a great news: other than the traditional treatments everybody knows, it has now been discovered that having a sauna helps healing and recovering quickly.

Obviously, in winter it is a pleasure to stay warm, but we can have a sauna to feel even better, especially if we have flu symptoms. Let’s find out all the benefits of this new trend.

You can cure your flu by having a sauna!

The experts of Aspria Harbour Club, the fitness and wellness center with the most advanced spa, declared that this treatment is ideal to fight certain ailments. In particular, seasonal illnesses such as colds and the flu.

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According to the experts, the heat sauna emanates would be able to enhance the immune system. The hot air you will breathe would be able to decongest the mucosa. In addition, it would recover the antibodies that can defeat these diseases and that can protect against pathogens.

Then, having this treatment at least twice a week has great benefits. It is not only a treatment, but also a type of prevention. In addition, it is possible to enjoy a good time of relaxation, regenerating your skin and freeing your mind from negative thoughts.

The benefits of this treatment are not only these. Actually, it activates the blood circulation, helps the dilation of arteries and promotes the heart activities. It also increases the production of endorphins, thus increasing happiness. You can always combine sauna with nasal washes. If symptoms persist, it is better to see your doctor.

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ultimo aggiornamento: 02-01-2019

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