After a long day of work, there's nothing better than getting massage therapy in Vancouver. In addition to being a relaxing way to end the day, saunas do have some health benefits. Some research has shown that high-temperature exposure helps blood vessels expand, which helps improve circulation and lowers blood pressure.
The Finnish, who are famous for their numerous saunas, also have one of the lowest rates of cardiovascular disease in the world. While more research needs to be done on the exact connection between sauna use and improved cardiovascular health, CC Massage Therapy affirms that saunas are relaxing is undisputed. In addition to helping you relax and possibly lowering your blood pressure, saunas can help you sleep better at night. In one study published in Sleep Medicine, insomniacs who used a far-infrared sauna twice a week for two months reported less trouble falling and staying asleep.