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You might be wondering what the difference is between a sauna and a steam room. Both types of rooms are used to promote sweating, but they use different types of heat to accomplish it. Saunas use dry heat produced from a stove or hot rocks to escalate the room up to 195°F (90.5°C) with very low humidity.

On the other hand, steam rooms involve moist heat. They operate at lower temperatures, usually around 110-120°F (43-49°C) and 100 percent relative humidity.

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