Sauna bath may Help to regulate BP in men

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Going to the sauna may have its health benefits and Taking a sauna bath four to seven times a week may reduce the risk of high blood pressure by nearly 50 per cent in men, new research suggests.Men seeking to flush out toxins from their body at least four times a week reduce their blood pressure by nearly 50 per cent.It is believed the steam-filled rooms help to dilate blood vessels, and help adults overcome their stress.Elevated blood pressure is one of the most important risk factors of cardiovascular diseases. University of Eastern Finland researchers claim their results offer an alternative way of slashing blood pressure and avoiding heart disease.

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