Monday, September 15, 2008

Installing a sauna


We are living at Sweetgum Crescent now for almost 3 months and we still haven't solved our leakage in one of our bathrooms. The problem is huge, since the water leakage is in the waste water pipe that is running in the concrete slab. So in order to solve the problem they have to cut into the slab, which isn't the greatest idea.

So I gave the owner another option to solve this easier, for both parties, and not so much dust and construction going on while we are living here, and that is installing an infra-red sauna. He agreed to take out the bathroom items, like toilet, bidet, bath and shower and install the sauna in this empty space.
I am happy and he is happy, since this sollution only needs electricity and we just don't use any water anymore in this space.....so no leakages anymore and we can start fixing the kitchen ceiling as well ;-)
so we go from this...

to this...

Did you know that using an infrared sauna :
Causes weight loss (without having to lift a finger)
Helps treat cellulites
Improves your immune system
Improves your strength and vitality
Helps cure several skin diseases like eczema, psoriasis and acne
Strengthens the cardio-vascular system
Helps control your blood pressure
Detoxifies your body
Gives you more energy and relieves stress
Helps treat burns and scars
Relieves pain (joint pain, sore muscles, arthritis)
Helps control your cholesterol level
Helps treat bronchitis
Helps treat hives (urticaria), gout, tissue damage, prostate hypertrophy

A lot of health benefits, for such a small room.
I will keep you updated if we notice some results ;-)

1 comment:

Jennifer & Jeff Kitzmiller said...

Brilliant idea and a great way to get glowing skin! Think I may steal this idea for the FL house!

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