Health Benefits of Saunas

Historical Background

For many years, saunas have been recommended as a healthy practice in civilizations throughout the world. The earliest saunas, which date back to 2,000 BC and were discovered in Finland, utilized stones to produce extremely high temperatures and dry heat throughout the winter.

The most popular saunas in western society today are European in origin, with temperatures of about 212 degrees Fahrenheit and little humidity.

They are still used today as wellness and health advice and may be seen in spas, hotels, gyms, poolside, and even private homes and bathrooms. If you ever need to get one, you can always visit Louis Valentino’s showroom

Louis Valentino Sauna

Health Advantages

  1. Saunas are well-known for their many health advantages.
  2. When someone spends time in a sauna, the heat raises their heart rate and causes their blood vessels to dilate thereby increasing circulation. Saunas are relaxing tranquil areas that, when combined with improved circulation, can reduce stress and enhance overall cardiovascular wellness.
  3. Dry saunas are well-known for their beneficial effects on heart health. They also help to alleviate the symptoms of rheumatic disorders, including fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis. Dry saunas are well-known for alleviating skin problems such as psoriasis itching. Research also revealed that dry saunas can also boost athletic performance. Interesting, isn’t it?
  4. When it comes to saunas, most experts advocate spending around fifteen minutes per sitting and giving your body time to hydrate and calm down before returning to normal activities.
  5. Saunas are an excellent way to unwind while also improving cardiovascular and general wellness.
  6. Sauna usage is an age-old tradition that promotes physiological and mental wellness, spans the world, and is still practiced today.

That’s it!
Check out our saunas when purchasing one; after reading this, I believe you need a Sauna for good health.
Remember, health is wealth!

Wallpapers! The New Rave in Town…

You have probably noticed the new trend of recent homes and offices with walls that make open space stand out even with the barest of ornaments and sparse electronics. What do they all have in common? WALLPAPERS.

There are several benefits to using wallpaper over simply painting a wall in your home or office. Perhaps, the most obvious benefit of using wallpaper is the huge variety of decorating options you have. With wallpaper, you can choose from hundreds of patterns, colors, and designs. Some wallpapers can be painted, allowing you to put some texture in the room while still adding your favorite paint color. You can even vary the way the wallpaper is placed in the room. Some rooms look great with a wallpaper border in the room, while others look best with a full wallpapering. As a homeowner, the wallpaper becomes an extension of your personality.

 

 

For rooms where the walls are prone to get dirty, wallpaper is a great option as most of today’s wallpapers are coated so that they wipe clean from common household marks! Also besides being easy to clean, the patterns on the paper will help hide dirt and smudges. This makes your wall covering more durable than some paints, which fade over repeated scrubbings.

Finally, wallpaper can hide blemishes in the wall’s plaster far better than a coat of paint. There are many benefits to wallpaper. The key is to get the right wallpaper for the job!

Monday Motivation

Each step with Louis Valentino takes you closer to your Dream View. Thank you for climbing with us.

Everyone encounters a moment in their life when they must make choices.
A choice to survive or thrive.
A choice to endure or enjoy the finer things of life for longer.

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Monday Motivation

Your home is your one real place in the world so often times you spend time and effort on the look. The look motivates you daily for success.

We at Louis Valentino care about your home look. Contact us today for your home interior finishing. Go strong into the week, Monday moral is high for the family.

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