A study has found sauna baths can be great for your health, even if you don’t use them often.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia, in Canada, analyzed the health effects of five types of sauna equipment — a steam bath, a hot tub, a sauna bed, a cold tub and a bathtub — using data from more than 1,500 people.
The study found the sauna is one of the safest places to go for the body and mind, and the results of their study were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
It’s important to note that this study only looked at sauna bathing, not hot tub bathing.
The researchers said they wanted to focus on the health benefits of using a saunas.
The team also looked at what sauna bath customers experience as they use it.
The study found that those who use saunaspoats reported the most significant health benefits.
However, the study also found that the steam bath can have a harmful effect on the skin, the researchers wrote in the study.
The steam bath was used more often than the hot tub and sauna beds.
For instance, women who use the steam baths experienced a decrease in skin moisture, while the hot bath did not have this effect.
Women who use steam baths were more likely to have acne scars than those who used the hot beds, the authors wrote.
Women with sensitive skin who use hot tubs were more than twice as likely to develop acne compared to those who did not use the hot baths, the report said.
“There are many ways that hot tub baths can have negative effects, including drying skin, irritation, and dryness,” the study’s authors wrote in their report.
“Steam baths can also irritate the skin and lead to dry skin, which can lead to increased skin irritation, including acne.
The most important point to remember is that you should only use hot baths if you are comfortable with the risk of skin irritation.”
The study also showed that steam baths could have an adverse effect on your immune system.
Researchers said sauna users also tended to have more skin infections and allergic reactions, and that the hot and steam baths may be more harmful for the immune system than the saunaps.
The researchers said that sauna owners should be aware that hot baths are not the only source of steam in the bath.
The research team found that saunapads and steam-assisted saunagas can also have similar health benefits, though the findings weren’t as clear.
The authors of the study said it’s important for saunaphobic people to get regular exercise, because it can help keep the immune and skin systems healthy.
However the study was limited by the fact that sauns can have health benefits even if they aren’t used often.
It wasn’t clear whether people who used saunascapes and steam tubs tended to use them more often, or if the steam caused the skin to get worse.