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SAUNA RULES

Saunas are unique rooms where you can get sweaty and steamy. But just like any other fun activity, saunas also have some important rules and regulations that we need to follow to stay safe and have a wonderful time.

SAUNA SAFETY

Rule & Description

1. Temperature: Maintain a safe sauna temperature, typically between 70-100°C (160-212°F).

2. Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation to allow fresh air circulation and prevent excessive humidity.

3. Hydration: Stay hydrated by drinking water before, during, and after sauna sessions.

4. Time Limit: Limit sauna sessions to 10-15 minutes and take breaks to prevent overheating.

5. Clothing: Wear appropriate sauna clothing made of lightweight and breathable materials.

Take off any jewelry as they can get hot and burn your skin.

6. Fire Safety: Avoid flammable materials in the sauna and be cautious with heating elements or candles.

7. Alcohol: Avoid consuming alcohol before or during sauna sessions as it can increase the risk of dehydration and dizziness.

8. Medical Conditions: Consult with a healthcare professional before using the sauna if you have any underlying medical conditions.

9. Pregnancy: Pregnant women should consult with their doctor before using the sauna.

10. Skin Protection: Protect your skin by sitting on a towel and avoiding contact with hot surfaces.

Don’t use oils or lotions that can make the floor slippery and therefore dangerous.

11. Cleanliness: Maintain cleanliness by showering before entering the sauna and using a clean towel.

12. No Food: Avoid eating heavy meals before using the sauna to prevent discomfort and digestive issues.

13. Cool-Down: Allow your body to cool down gradually after a sauna session.

14. Supervision: Children should always be supervised when using the sauna.

15. Listen to Your Body: Pay attention to your body’s signals and exit the sauna if you feel unwell or uncomfortable.

16. No Electronics: Don’t use any electronics or electrical appliances in the sauna.

17. Hot rocks: Never touch the hot rocks or the wood burning stove!

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