Taking a sauna is healthy and promotes well-being. So far, so good. But what if, after the first mostly exciting sauna visits, something like routine and boredom cloud the pleasure in the sauna? We have put together the best tips for you against boredom in the sauna. Tips 1 to 5 concentrate on the private sauna, tips 6 to 10 can also be implemented in the public sauna.
Tip 1: Create variety in the infusions
The main advantage of having your own sauna is that the owner decides what goes on here. Also in terms of sauna infusion. It helps to avoid boredom in the sauna if you try out different infusions during the individual sauna sessions. This creates new experiences and perhaps you will even discover a new favourite scent.
Tip 2: Music provides relaxation and variety
A modern sauna can also be equipped with suitable
sound systems. So you can play your favourite music whenever you want.
also listen to it in the sauna or maybe even get excited about an audio book
...to leave. Time flies.
Tip 3: Light therapy
For the sauna cabin itself as well as for the resting areas there are light systems that you can use for light therapy as a side effect. This allows you to influence moods that can be individually influenced with the right light colour.
Tip 4: Invite friends
Alone in the sauna is usually always somehow
boring. Why not invite friends and acquaintances to a sauna together?
This will create entertainment potential all by itself. And often learn
you also know your friends from a completely new side.
Tip 5: Individual furnishing
An own sauna also allows a very personal
facility. You can use this option to switch from a more
functional sauna area an individual oasis of well-being.
Those who cannot use their own sauna, visit the public
Saunas in the area. We also have tips for this. To avoid boredom
Tip 6: No sauna is like the other
No two public saunas are the same. You can visit
different providers and discover there the different
Facilities and possibilities. Sauna facilities are a good recommendation,
in which different saunas and varied resting areas for
Tip 7: Read a good book
Have you always wanted to read a good book? The
you can't do it in the sweat room, but you can do it on the chaise longue. So
the time of rest also passes quickly and you can finally read what
you always wanted to read. Our recommendation: short stories.
Tip 8: Secret quizzes
In public saunas there are many visitors who always
are different. Shorten the time you spend playing little quizzes
all by yourself. Who has what job, who is married, who
drives what car? If you listen to the conversations of the other sauna visitors,
you can find out a lot about them.
Tip 9: Change the perspective
The change between the different zones in the
Sweat room is standard for many sauna users and also creates a
good piece of variety. This way you can also find out in which zone you
feel most comfortable. This can even go from sweat room to sweat room
must be different. It also allows you to change your own perspective.
Tip 10: make plans
Use the time in the sauna to make plans. The
next shopping, ideas for the coming weekend with the family or even
you can also develop your mental holiday planning in the sauna, because
there is usually a quiet and relaxed atmosphere here.
And if you have any more ideas and proven practices against
the alleged boredom in the sauna, you can give us this with pleasure