The world inventions: About taking a sauna. The main thing to be pleased in life!


Many of us like satisfaction in life. And taking a sauna, is a good thing when going to the swimming pool and taking a shower in public situations, or just taking a shower at home, and at the same time taking a sauna when being at home.

No one actually knows where the first saunas were built, but the tradition is thought to originate somewhere in northern Europe around 2,000 BC and has remained an important part of cultural life to this day in countries including Estonia, Latvia, and Russia, as well as Finland. And many people today, considered Finland to be an active and engaged partner and country of contributing to have and develop the sauna.

SAUNA, correctly pronounced "sow (rhymes with wow!) nah," is the only Finnish word in the English dictionary; it means "bath" and "bathhouse." Sauna has been a way of life in Finland, where it was invented, for over 2000 years. One of the first written descriptions of the Finnish Sauna was in 1112. The earliest Sauna was dug into an embankment in the ground.

Saunas work on the principle of dry heat which involves increasing the temperature of the air inside a room. Steam baths use heated steam to raise the temperature of a steam room, which makes it both hot and humid. And this is how we do it when being alone or together with people in opposition or in love, and the revenge is sweet!

Main principles of the sauna sessions: A visit to the sauna should be planned in advance; a reasonable solution would be therefore a fixed date. You don't use the sauna right after a meal or with an empty stomach - your body should be rested and calm. You are here to forget about stress.

Many of us like to take the sauna nearby where we are to take a rest during the day in life, and this rest can be alone or together with other people. And we are doing these things to appreciate our bodies, and we can be people from different countries when coming together in a sauna, and the international language is English today, and we need to get convenience and comfort in life, and the principles of enjoying the life are the same through the whole planet. And some of us are forgetting everything when being in the sauna, and some like to be social and to do chatting with other people. And some people are just relaxing. And the important thing when being in the sauna and in every other place, is to defend and protect the human rigths, and the ways that we are coming and being as humans of the earth.

Sauna culture, which can take place in homes or public places, involves much more than simply washing oneself. In a sauna, people cleanse their bodies and minds and embrace a sense of inner peace. Traditionally, the sauna has been considered as a sacred space – a 'church of nature'.Hence, being in comfort and in stability and in harmony with oneself and the human nature in oneself, are iimportant ways to think and to feel. And nobody should ever scream to us, and speaking dirty to us, and that is regulated in national and in international conventions. So, the guilty persons and the sources it is coming from can be brought to courts, and if they have hurt the personality and the individuality, they can be claimed to be in prison!

Saunas are small rooms that are heated to temperatures between 150°F and 195°F (65°C to 90°C). They often have unpainted, wood interiors and temperature controls. Saunas may also include rocks (as part of their heating element) that absorb and give off heat. Water can be poured onto these rocks to create steam.

So, you should have good luck when being in a sauna, and you should feel satisfaction in every time unit when being there!

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Sverre Larsen

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