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Is it okay to use sauna in the gym after isotretinoin course is completed? will it increase chances of relapse since we produce more oil and sweat?
My friend got handjob done at chinese sauna 2 days back using massage oil, does he carry a risk of any STD or hiv?
Can be.: Sauna helps you sweat which is one of the ways your body gets rid of toxins. Sweating is an important part of being healthy and sauna can help with that. Sauna is not appropriate for everyone however and you should discuss it with your physician. Take care! ...Read more
No; is very unsafe: I would absolutely recommend against any infant or child being in a sauna or steam bath. Infants cannot cool their body as you can, and can quickly become overheated and dehydrated. This could have serious and even permanent consequences. And most certainly an infant would find it extremely uncomfortable even for a short time--not at all the relaxing experience you might seek in a sauna. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Slightly but...: Just like exercise can help one to burn calories, there is evidence that people may burn 300-500 calories during a half hour in a sauna, similar to the amount of weight one might burn while walking or jogging. Also, saunas help our bodies to eliminate toxins & reducing our burden of toxins might help us to lose weight. But you are most likely to have success if combined with diet & exercise. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sauna: Sauna use may reduce the incidence of the common cold, and temporarily relieve the symptoms.It increases performance in endurance sport, increases plasma volume and red cell volume in athletes, decreased systolic blood pressure, significantly improved exercise tolerance, increased peak respiratory oxygen uptake, and enhanced anaerobic threshold in chronic conditions. ...Read more