Neosauna and its associates do not provide medical advice or medical guidance. For medical advice, you must consult a licensed healthcare practitioner.
All of the information contained in this website is for informational purposes only. Individual results from sauna use vary on a person-to-person basis. We do not make any claims regarding treatment, cures or prevention of disease.
Never fall asleep while using the sauna
Discontinue sauna use during an electrical storm as there is a risk of shock
Do not place objects inside or on roof of sauna
If you feel faint, dizzy or unwell in any way, discontinue sauna use and seek medical advice from a licensed professional
Unauthorized repairs and/or alterations to electrical connections will render the warranty void – contact Neosauna for assistance
Potential Contraindications of Sauna Use
If you suffer from any of the conditions listed below, please consult with your physician before sauna use.
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse/Dependency
- Cardiovascular Issues
- Diseases Associated with Impaired Ability to Sweat
- Heat Insensitivity
Use of Prescription and Over the Counter Medications
The use of certain medications may affect your ability to use the sauna – consult with your physician if you are taking medications and unsure of how they may interact with heat therapy.
Children and Elderly Sauna Use
Children under the age of 12 and the elderly have a more difficult time regulating their body temperature, and saunas should be used with care, and with a shorter duration per session.
If you are unsure whether sauna use is safe for you, consult your physician.