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Steam therapy: It can offer you more health benefits than you think

Steam therapy can be done in two ways: either by enjoying a steam bath or using a bowl filled with hot water.

For years, steam therapy or steam inhalation has been used as a home remedy for common colds and upper respiratory tract infections. Inhaling water vapor helps open the airways and help the lungs drain mucus. This helps relieve symptoms of a cold or sinus infection. Take note, steam inhalation won’t cure for cold or flu, as it doesn’t actually **** the virus responsible for the infection. But it may help reduce the symptoms while your body fights off the infection. Breathing in moist, warm steam helps reduce irritation and inflammation in the blood vessels of the sinuses that trigger stuffy nose. Steam inhalation may provide some temporary relief from the symptoms of sinus congestion, the common cold, flu, bronchitis, sinusitis, asthma, allergies or any respiratory infections. Below we have listed some of the amazing health benefits of steam therapy. Steam therapy can be done in two ways: either by enjoying a steam shower or using a bowl filled with hot water. Caution: Steam inhalation is not recommended for young children, pregnant women and people who have high blood pressure. Also, don’t try this treatment after consuming alcohol or a heavy meal.


Eases Breathing: Steam inhalation helps open up your sinuses and makes breathing a bit easier. It provides relief from nasal congestion, a runny nose, and sneezing by helping your mucus move.


Treats Headaches: Steam therapy can be helpful in treating headaches, especially the ones caused by a sinus problem. Steam inhalation promotes proper secretion of mucus and helps clear the congestion in your nose. This, in turn, helps reduce a headache. It also helps calm your mucous membranes and add moisture to the nasal passages, which helps reduce any blockage. This in turn alleviates the pain associated with sinus problem.


Reduces Stress: A steamy bath is a great way to relieve stress and calm your mind and body. The warm heat triggers the body to release endorphins, a feel-good chemical that helps reduce stress and promote sound sleep. What’s more, a steamy bath can improve your blood circulation and help relax your muscles.


Removes Toxins: Hot steam induces sweating, which helps remove toxins and waste products in the body that can affect your immunity. In addition, steam therapy helps induce a state of hypothermia in the body that makes viruses, bacteria, and other toxins difficult to survive.


Soothes Tired Muscles: Have you ever wondered why athletes go straight to the steam shower or sauna after a workout/competition? This is because steam therapy helps tired muscles recover after exercise, reduce muscle stiffness and pain. A steam bath also improves circulation and aid recovery.


Improves Skin and Hair Health : Steam therapy induces perspiration and helps get rid of dead skin cells, bacteria, and dirt build up in the skin’s pores. This reduces appearance of acne, blackheads, and other skin blemishes. Plus, it can improve blood circulation to the skin’s surface, leaving it healthy and glowing.It can also benefit your hair by increasing blood flow to the scalp, improving hair elasticity, and controlling sebum production.

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