Sweat and Water Weight
Sweat is an important part of weight loss, as it allows an individual to not only lose the excess moisture which has accumulated within the body, but also allows an individual to reduce the amount of salt within the body. If you have ever tasted sweat, than you are aware of the salty taste that is associated with it and therefore increasing the amount that an individual sweats is an effective way to reduce the swelling associated with water weight gain.
Through sweating in the Sauna, which is often facilitated through a room that is filled with steam from hot rocks, water and wood – you can easily expect to lose nearly one pound of water weight for every hour which is spent in the hot sauna.
There are many people that choose this route of weight loss when it comes time to lose weight quickly. Even people in many sports that must lose weight before weighing in to be enrolled in a different class of the sport which is categorized by weight use these techniques for weight loss such as saunas to increase the water weight within the body. Something as simple as spending extra time in the Sauna each week can be way to lose weight and fit into that little black dress.