is well insulated from the outside and inlaid with wood, in the room there are sauna stoves for wood or electricity. The temperature is about 80 to 90˚C. The humidity of the air is at most 5 – 20%. The most common type of cooling after the sauna is to cool-down with a cold shower. Effects of finnish saunas on health: improves heart activity, extends blood vessels and improves blood circulation, helps regenerate muscles, relieves stress, increases immune system, removes body impurities and toxins, supports heart functions and many others. Visiting the finnish sauna is not suitable for people with acute illness, high blood pressure and heart or circulatory malfunctions.