Saunas can provide a relaxing and rejuvenating experience, but it’s important to remember that there are certain things that are not allowed in them. Firstly, if you are under the influence of tranquilizers, alcohol, or any other substance that can cause drowsiness or affect your blood pressure, it’s best to avoid using the sauna or steam room altogether. Additionally, here are some other items that are not allowed in a sauna:
Drinks and food should not be brought into the steam/sauna area. Saunas are a place to relax and detox, not to snack!
Do not use oils or lotions in the steam/sauna area. These substances can create a slippery surface and make it difficult for you to grip onto the benches or walls, which can be dangerous.
Jewelry, watches, and any other metal items should be removed before entering the sauna. The heat can cause these items to become uncomfortably hot and potentially burn your skin.
Do not engage in any vigorous physical activity in the sauna. Saunas are meant to be a sanctuary for relaxation and detoxification, not for exercise.
By following these guidelines and respecting the rules of the sauna, you can fully enjoy this relaxing and rejuvenating experience.