- January 26, 2021
- Steve Heisler
- Podcast Episodes
In this episode of The Injured Senior Podcast, I explain the devastating impact strokes have on seniors and why the use of saunas can reduce the chance of a stroke. Strokes cause more significant long-term disability than any other disease, and seniors are at higher risk for stroke. Today I share my experience with dry saunas and how I used the sauna to recover from a serious upper respiratory problem I had in the past.
- There are a lot of health problems that regular sauna use can help to prevent.
- Stroke reigns as the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S
- Ischemic stroke is caused by a blood clot or blocked artery leading to the brain.
- A broken blood vessel is usually the cause of Hemorrhagic stroke. This causes bleeding in the brain which leads to problems with speaking, thinking, or walking.
- A study published in The Journal of Neurology says that older adults who regularly sit in a hot sauna are less likely to suffer from a stroke.
- Dry saunas have hot rocks inside where you pour water over it, where it causes to give off dry heat.
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