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What is a sauna?


"A sauna is a small room or house designed as a place to experience dry or wet heat sessions, or an establishment with one or more of these and auxiliary facilities.
A sauna session can be a social affair in which the participants disrobe and sit or recline in temperatures typically between 70 degrees C (158 degrees F) and 100 degrees C (212 degrees F). This induces relaxation and promotes sweating.
Saunas can be divided into two basic styles: conventional saunas that warm the air or infrared saunas that warm objects. Infrared saunas may use various materials in their heating area such as charcoal, active carbon fibers, and other materials."

Oct 03, 2013 | Pool & Spa

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What are the Benefits of Using a Sauna?


When some people hear the word sauna, they just think of exotic spas and holidays but most swimming pools now have saunas, not to mentions countless private homes.
What are the possible benefits of using a sauna?

1. The most well known one is weight loss. Saunas make you sweat and because your body has to expend calories in order to make sweat, it's an easy way to burn calories.
2. Helping your skin - heavy sweating allows your face to shed impurities and dead cells which can help with skin tone, ealsticity and cleansing of the sweat ducts.
3. Pain relief for joints and muscles - because the heat in a sauna helps your blood vessels to dilate, some people find the heat brings pain relief to tissue, muscle and joint injuries.
4. Improves blood circulation. Your body produces sweat in order to cool down. This encourages your heart to pump blood at a faster rate and therefore boosts circulation.
5. Finally, saunas are also good for detoxification. Many toxins such as pollutants and other substances that we unknowingly carry around in our bodies, are sweated out in the sauna.

In summary, saunas can be a great way to improve your health but it's best to check with your doctor before you start using one.

on Jan 01, 2014 | Pool & Spa

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My 1993 Maytag Clothes Dryer heats up, turns but does not dry the clothes unless I place an absorbent towel in with the items. It sweats water from the bottom of the dryer. What is going on?


To dry clothes, we need 2 things:
1-heat to evaporate the water from the clothing
2- adequate air flow to exhaust the moist air, thereby drying them.

Your heat seems to work.....if you stop the dryer mid-cycle, the clothes should be hot.

It sounds to me like you have a lack of air flow through the dryer. If you can get to the exhaust vent grill outside, then see if you get a large volume of air coming out of it. If not, then look for the louvers stuck closed on your outside grill, or any kind of blockage in your ductwork.

Perhaps undo the vent at the back of the dryer TEMPORARILY

Mar 20, 2013 | Maytag Dryers

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Why do we perspire?


Sweating is your body's way of releasing excess heat and cooling itself. Sweating is natural in many situations, but sweating can be intensified by any number of elements, including heat, exercise and stress.

Feb 03, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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Unit not cooling well both suction and discharge lines cool dischrcharge line [ small line] sweating


the "Discharge" line sweating on a mimn split is normal all of the flow metering is done in the outside unit . as to it not cooling well are the filters clean? if they are you more than likely have a leak and need to get is serviced

Jun 12, 2010 | Fujitsu 18C1 Air Conditioner

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The outside of my Frigidaire Refrigerator is hot between the fridge and freezer


The heat is from the mullion heater. Thats is there to keep the area from sweating. If you turn the energy switch to off then the heat will disappear. But it might start to sweat again

Aug 02, 2009 | Refrigerators

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New house & new heat pump and duct work sweating like crazy!


It shouldn't leak or sweat inside the building. Have the installer pay for a reinstallation by a qualified technician. Threaten them with small claims court and negative publicity. Both work quite well.

Jun 18, 2009 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Moen Shower value Does Not SHut off all the way


The heat is most likely what caused this. It probably melted some rubber or plastic component in the cartridge in the faucet. The manifold would have been quite hot 2 inches from a copper joint being sweated.

May 09, 2009 | Moen 3175 Legend One Handle Shower Faucet...

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Bluetooth conection


This may not be the solution for your problem, but I'm sure you'll like the way I'm thinking... ;- )

I also have an H700, and the clearance from my cheek to the microphone aperture is small--maybe two millimeters. I've had a couple of occasions during the summer when I was working outdoors in the heat, and my sweat bridged between the mike boom and my cheek--my callers told me I was unintelligible. With the sweat wiped away and the mike aperture cleared, all was well again.

If you're sweating during use, that may be your problem. If it's a continuous problem, maybe you have something mashed into the mike aperture...?

Sep 12, 2008 | Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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