Saturday, October 16, 2021
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Sauna: why it's important right now

There’s 99 reasons why Sauna therapy should be part of your life, but the four highlighted above are particularly timely!

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49 thoughts on “Sauna: why it's important right now
  1. I am from Finland and find many of this quite amusing. Humans sweat. But to be fair, I know a person who drunk alchohol and passed out in an electric sauna with no timer. He cooked during the night. This was a total accident and you should not think about it. We bade in sauna all family many times in a month, old an young. All well.

  2. I don't have access to a sauna. Would responsible use of a sauna suit during a workout achieve a thermal load that would tap into the same adaptation mechanisms?
    It has its inherent short comings but I'm interested in your thoughts.

  3. Mike – thanks so much for this video! I love my infrared sauna and you’re right, my tolerance for heat has gone way up. I got my sauna way before becoming low-carb/keto to help treat my (self-diagnosed) SAD and it helped so much I got one for my house. Since going keto and learning so much from great channels like yours, I think it’s one of the best investments I made. Thank you for being authentic & answering questions. I think your speaking cadence is great and clear! I appreciate your authenticity. Keep these videos coming!

  4. I’ve been practicing Bikram for 7 years and love the sauna for relaxation and this has been the hardest thing for me to figure out how to replace since the quarantine! I purchased a space heater and warm humidifier and tried to recreate a sauna in my bathroom to practice yoga but I get cold the minute I start sweating. Finally bought a sauna hot suit and tried it today for yoga and it was pretty good. Not as good as the sauna but I sweated actual buckets and finally didn’t get cold during yoga. Saunas and hot therapy are incredible for the body and mental well being. Also great when you feel like you’re coming down with a cold; for me it really reduces the severity and duration of Illness.
    And cheers! 🍷

  5. I loved the 30 for 30 documentary on football player Marcus Dupree. There is a section in it where he shows how he got back into shape over the course of a Mississippi summer. He was working out inside a small building, with no a/c and all the windows/doors closed.

  6. If I could do 10 thumbs-up I would. So honest and real and full of helpful information and insight. Ignore the thumbs down and no you don’t talk too fast. Simply rudeness. We live in Ontario Canada and my husband and I would love to visit your bnb. Sounds fabulous!!

  7. I was using the sauna until I realized it's not good for those with naturally lower blood pressure. I went home & passed out in the kitchen. Also I noticed I didn't sweat but came out looking like I was sunburned. I've also passed out after overheating from a heat pad & another time in Florida if heat exhaustion. I guess I have to up my salt intake.

  8. You are not speaking too fast. It is the passion and excitement you always convey that may be misinterpreted. I appreciate your enthusiasm and so do countless others. And yes, I think the "Visit at Home Wellness" idea is great! I would love to get first hand tips from you and Deanna. You guys are such a lovely couple and team…your daughter is as cute as a button. Thank you for all the work and motivation you share with us each and every day. You have come a long way and should be very proud.

  9. Greetings from Finland. My wife was born in a sauna 61 yrs ago. It´s funny how you talk about sauna therapy. We just call it sauna, a way of life. We´re just about to move to a tiny one bed appartment and it has a sauna in it. Will be in it 4-5 times a week. Heat will be anywhere from 60 to 80 degrees C. You do the conversion:) There is a big differance between a sauna heated with electricity or wood. We´re staying at a friends house until we move and my friend has a sauna heated with wood. The heat in this sauna is softer and not as dry. It´s nice to see that sauna benefits are catching on. Rhonda Patrick speaks highly of the Finnish sauna. Thanks again Mike for a great video. Be safe all:)

  10. I go to an 95% dark sauna 3 times a week. I lay down on the wood, and listen to a podcast like yours and relax. Then i take cold shower and do 3 rounds of sauna + cold shower. It is so great on many levels and i've been doing it for 3 years already

  11. Have you ever done a SPECT scan? I’ve just watched Luke Storey’s video with Dr Daniel Amen and I was choked, despite all the effort he was doing he still got a damaged brain, I wish I could do a SPECT san too

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