sauna


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sauna

A steam bath, of Finnish origin, in which steam is produced by spraying water on very hot stones; in some modern units, heated surfaces other than stone are used.
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Quien, cuando y por que necesitaria pasar por una ceremonia de "renacimiento" en la sauna.
There was no difference in the average of maximal torque and total work during induction exercises between the control and the sauna groups.
Catalina Moray, 54, Guillermo Morey-Serra, 43, and Aisha McMurtrie, 41, pled not guilty to running Blair Street Sauna - which is also said to be connected to serious organised crime.
The family want medical experts to find out if the high temperatures induced an illness such as a stroke or a heart attack that prevented Dennis from leaving the sauna.
Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) are a possible contributing cause to the sauna health effects.
If reviewing the general recommendations about the sauna; the sauna is contraindicated immediately after excessive exercise.
The gym at the leisure centre will remain open while work is carried out, but the pool and sauna will be closed until next year.
After an hour, he is carried exhausted from the sauna.
Ladyzhenskiy died shortly after coming out of the sauna.
The world sauna championships, where competitors try to outlast others in the heat and steam, have been held 12 times in Heinola, some 138 km northeast of Finland's capital Helsinki.
HEALTHY FOR THE HEART: During a 10- 20 minute sauna session, your heart rate increases by 50- 75 per cent.