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After the steam bath, muscle pains and aches will decrease, the skin is cleansed and regains needed moisture.
You feel new born and vigorous yourself after the steam care…
What is steam all about? A brief look at the benefits of the steam bath
Steam bathing whether it be dry (sauna) or wet (steam) has been considered as one of the simplest ways to rid the body of toxins. As the pores in the skin open up millions of sweat glands start to excrete, the body rids itself of metabolic and other waste products. Sweat contains almost the same elements as urine and for this reason, the skin is sometimes called the third kidney. It is estimated that as much as 30% of bodily wastes are eliminated by way of perspiration.
As the body’s temperature begins to rise, the body’s natural response is to perspire so that the evaporation of the perspiration will cool the body. In a sauna toxin-filled perspiration dries on the skin. This is why showering after each sauna session is recommended. However, in the 100% humidity of a steam bath evaporation is not possible and therefore it allows little or no loss of valuable body heat. You still perspire as heavily, it’s just that your perspiration does not evaporate and dry on your skin. The higher moisture level actually causes condensation on the body to become the primary heat transfer mechanism additionally heating the body.
The powerful cleansing and healing process of hyperthermia does not take place until the body reaches 38 C-39,5 C. This is accomplished quicker and more effectively in a steam bath than a sauna and only requires 10 to 15 minutes. Another benefit of steam bathing is that it has a stimulating effect on the cardiovascular system. The pulse rate increases from 75 beats per minute (average) to between 100 – 150 beats per minute during a 15 – 20 minute session. This increases blood circulation but not blood pressure, since the heat causes the tiny blood vessels in the skin to expand, accommodating the increased blood flow.
Steam bathing and thus steam inhalation, is an effective treatment in respiratory conditions and is highly recommended for the treatment of the common cold, sinusitis, bronchitis, allergies and asthma.
1. Steam relieves inflammation and congestion of the upper respiratory membranes.
2. Steam relieves throat irritation by moistening the air.
3. Steam relieves spasmodic breathing (asthma, croup).
4. Steam loosens secretions and stimulates discharges of mucous from the throat and lungs.
5. Steam relaxes muscles and relieves coughing.
6. Steam keeps the mucous membranes from excessive drying.
What is the difference between a steam room and a sauna?
- Generator is outside the room.
- Maximum temperature is about 45 °C.
- Humidity approaches 100%.
- Can use ceramic tile on walls/ceiling.
- Sloped ceiling is highly recommended.
- Floor drain is required.
- All inside surfaces must be sealed.
- Sauna heater is inside the room.
- Maximum temperature is 90 °C.
- Humidity approaches 45%.
- No ceramic tile on walls/ceiling.
- Flat ceiling.
- Floor drain is not required.
- Watertightness is not required.
STEAM ROOM EQUIPMENTS:
DEVATEC Steam generator. It is a new system different from classic steam generators with a resistance. DEVATEC Steam generator does not run by means of a resistance system. It forms electric current between electrodes thanks to minerals in the water, and evaporates water with the heat energy generated in this way. Therefore, there will no calcification and resistance failures in the generator. There is an automatic discharge system with a timer.
• Controlling : It is controlled through an internal control panel.
• Properties : With a water tank which is resistant to acids, a timer and heat adjuster, mountable on a wall. It is installed outside the steam room.