sauna


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Synonyms for sauna

a Finnish steam bath

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La primera se basa en el horizonte etnografico guerrero de la Edad del Hierro del Noroeste peninsular pero su defensa no precisa la materialidad de las saunas: vale para cualquier tipo de sauna y sugiere que su uso se limitaria a ocasiones contadas o unicas en la vida de los guerreros.
Sauna was administered for the subjects in the sauna group prior to EIMD.
The risks of heart-related death was also associated with the amount of time spent in the sauna, with sauna sessions lasting more than 19 minutes providing the most benefit.
Elizabeth Muir, 61, is charged over running Dundas Street sauna.
Jari Laukkanen, a University of Eastern Finland researcher and the lead author, said it could be that high temperature and humidity may cause beneficial physiological changes in the cardiovascular system, but that more research is needed to determine how saunas might prolong survival.
The family has instructed lawyer Joseph Madalon to sue the building's owners and Elite Management Associated Inc, the company that maintains the sauna, for wrongful death.
Sauna Session Duration: Heart-related deaths were more common in men whose sauna sessions lasted less than 11 minutes vs.
The sauna is contraindicated for patients with aortic stenosis, decompensated heart failure, unstable angina and uncontrolled hypertension.
Jim Philipson, who was part of the campaign to save the sauna, said: "I think the council was quite surprised with the number of people who were against it.
There in the furnace-hot sauna is a beautiful blonde, this time wearing only high heels.
The two finalists, Vladimir Ladyzhenskiy from Russia and Timo Kaukonen from Finland collapsed after spending about six minutes in a sauna heated to 110 degrees Celsius.
A Russian man died in the finals of the world sauna championships in Finland after spending some six minutes sweltering in temperatures of 110 degrees Celsius (230.
The spa will offer Finnair customers spa and wellness services and will include a spruce sauna and stone sauna from the Alps, a steam sauna and a traditional Finnish sauna, plus a cold water paddling pool and a mineral water pool.
SITTING in a sauna after a workout or massage is a great way of relaxing the muscles and it also gives your health a much needed boost.