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Therapeutic In-Home Sauna Service for Homebound Seniors
Center for Natural Healing
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Therapeutic In-Home Sauna Service for Homebound Seniors

<strong>Therapeutic In-Home Sauna Service for Homebound Seniors</strong>

Saunas have been around for centuries, hailing from Sweden, Finland, and other parts of Europe. The integration of saunas through public gyms in the U.S. provided the perfect opportunity for Americans to experience these relaxing and therapeutic spaces.

There are several different types of sauna rooms, each with its own unique features. Traditional saunas use dry heat, while infrared saunas use light waves to penetrate deeper into the skin. There are also herbal saunas that use essential oils or herbs like eucalyptus or lavender to provide additional benefits.

Steam saunas or steam rooms, on the other hand, use moist heat created by boiling water in a generator. This creates a humid environment that can be beneficial for respiratory issues like asthma or allergies.

Introduction to Mobile Medi Sauna Service for Homebound Seniors

The portable full-body Steam Sauna Unit is being introduced to family caregivers of homebound seniors as an “alternative therapeutic service” that aims to improve the mental and physical well-being of the recipient.

While steam saunas are generally safe for most people, precautions are taken to ensure that clients have the best experience. They and their caregiver are introduced to the potential health benefits of “living water” and “hydrosol silver,” emphasizing proper hydration before and after using a steam sauna to prevent dehydration. The service is not recommended for individuals with certain health issues, and no senior spends more than 20-30 minutes in the sauna at a time.

Creating steam from living water is believed to enhance the body’s natural detoxification process, while hydrosol silver is thought to boost immune functions. Various aromatherapy fragrances such as peppermint, lavender, eucalyptus, and ginger can also be used to help decrease inflammation and boost antioxidant and analgesic effects.

Harvard Medical, Mayo Clinic, and several reputable health institutions provide numerous health articles on the benefits associated with the use of steam, infrared, and dry saunas. Steam saunas, in particular, have been known to induce a sense of happiness and well-being by releasing “feel-good hormones” in the brain as one relaxes. In-home therapeutic services aim to provide a lift to the spirits of clients.

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