- 3 Jun 2011
Any weight loss occurring in saunas or steam baths is fluid loss. These fluids will be replaced and the weight will come back.
What does CNS recovery from heavy lifting means? I have back pain occasionally after I bend over to lift something. Is that CNS? Really appreciate the explanation.As a weight loss tool the sauna is not a long term option, the loss you see is just the rapid loss of fluid (handy if you want to make weight for an event). The sauna offers on good benefit in that they assist with CNS recovery from heavy lifting.
Heavy lifting can whack your Central Nervous System pretty badly.What does CNS recovery from heavy lifting means? I have back pain occasionally after I bend over to lift something. Is that CNS? Really appreciate the explanation.
Okay. Thanks for the explanation. I thought I've come across the acronym before. My daughter studies biology and I think she's ever mentioned to me about CNS. So sauna will help with CNS recovery too other than resting. I too believe that sauna is just a short term method to lose some weight and all that is lost is actually just water weight. My sister bought a sauna belt. I don't know how's that working for her but she said previously when she went for a sauna treatment, she lost quite a bit of weight. But I believe that all she's lost is just water weight. No fat loss.Heavy lifting can whack your Central Nervous System pretty badly.
CNS fatigue is caused by excessive CNS excitement it therefore CNS recovery is all about reducing that excitement level. This is best done using several well known methods: sleep, relaxation, and stress reduction (and sometimes a combination of all three).
Back pain is likely a whole different problem.