Sauna Use Lessens Likelihood of Dementia Diagnosis

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Researchers in Finland have found that frequent sauna use in middle-aged men lowers the risk of dementia development.
Researchers in Finland have found that frequent sauna use in middle-aged men lowers the risk of dementia development.

A 20-year-study by researchers at the University of Eastern Finland suggested that middle-aged men who sat in a sauna 4--7 times a week were 66% less likely to be diagnosed with dementia than those who used a sauna only 1 time a week.

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