A study covering more than 2,300 middle-aged men in Finland found the more frequently a man took a sauna, the lower his risk of... Hot trend: Saunas may help your health

A study covering more than 2,300 middle-aged men in Finland found the more frequently a man took a sauna, the lower his risk of fatal heart disease and early death. The same group of researchers has also reported an association between regular sauna use and a lower risk of high blood pressure, and between moderate to heavy use of saunas and a lower risk of dementia, among other benefits.


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