A steam room, sometimes called a steam shower, is probably exactly what you think it is: a room filled with steam. A generator with boiling water creates steam, and the room is filled with hot humidity. Not only can they help improve circulation and detoxify the body, but they can also soothe sore muscles and relieve stress. Plus, spending time in a steam room can help clear your sinuses and promote healthy skin.

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Do you know the difference between a sauna and a steam room?

While these heat therapies have a lot in common, there are some key differences. The main differences between saunas and steams are temperature and humidity. According to the North American Sauna Society, a traditional Finnish sauna is heated to 55°C and up. Water can be sprinkled on a pile of hot rocks in the sauna to create some water vapor, but the humidity level may stay around 10% if no water is added (and then surpass 60% if it is). On the other hand, the temp in a steam room is usually between 45°C and up with 100% humidity. In a nutshell, both involve whole-body exposures to hot air, but dry saunas stimulate sweating and steam rooms reduce our ability to sweat. You may feel like you’re sweating more in a steam room, but the droplets on your body are more likely to be condensed water from the humid air than perspiration.



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