Significantly? Well, this is a clear exaggeration. Only aerobic exercise has been shown to be a factor that can significantly affect life expectancy. In other cases, we are talking about a maximum of several years, which is also not a little, and the meaning is not only in the years lived, but also in the quality of life - it is more pleasant for a healthy person to live.
Separately, it is worth noting that some scientists compare the effect of a sauna on the body with the effect of physical exertion of medium and high intensity, so that the sauna / bath can be really very useful. In any case, when used CORRECT , it is recommended even for patients with cardiovascular diseases.
Laukkanen, Jari A., Tanjaniina Laukkanen, and Setor K. Kunutsor. "Cardiovascular and other health benefits of sauna bathing: a review of the evidence." Mayo clinic proceedings. Vol. 93. No. 8. Elsevier, 2018.
We will not argue, but studies have shown that a bathhouse definitely increases the quality of life. The sauna also helps to remove toxins and toxins, which helps the body to breathe more freely, temperature drops temper, and the hormone of joy produced from the pleasure of vaping will definitely prolong your youth!
Important! In case of chronic diseases or feeling unwell, consult a doctor before visiting a steam room.
It's true. I often see very elderly grandfathers in public baths.
They go to the bath all their lives. They are cheerful and cheerful)
Go to the bath periodically and you will be the same!
Easy steam for everyone!
Any brute force is harmful, you cannot go to the bath every day, such a shake-up will be destructive for the vessels, it all depends on the type and type of park, its aggressiveness, you can combine the bath with a trip to the sauna, we have our own bath from a log cabin, it has excellent thermal insulation properties and does not need additional insulation. Walls made of logs "breathe" and absorb excess moisture, providing a healthy microclimate. When drying the bath, the wood quickly returns the absorbed moisture. It is great to breathe in it and being in it is not torture, but relaxation, so this is also an important point about which and from what bathhouse.
Bath and sauna are contraindicated for hypertensive patients, perhaps a kind of hamam or infrared sauna, but certainly not every day and time of stay should be minimal, any recovery should be in moderation.