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The risks of obesity are well known and include a higher risk of heart attacks, cancer and strokes. For many of us, losing weight is often required to get to a healthier body, whether we are worried about PreDiabetes or not. Before we talk about my proven approach to weight loss, let's talk about you. You found this page and are reading it for a reason; I assume you want to make a change. If you want immediate, short-term results from a diet you can power through" until you hit your goal, this program isn't for you. If you want lasting results and a pleasurable life while reaching your goal and well beyond, then you're in the right place.

So what is a sauna? Simply speaking, a sauna is a room that is heated to very high temperatures, typically in the range 70 to 100 degree Celsius. While traditional Finnish saunas involve dry heat, there are other types of saunas like Turkish saunas (hammam) and wet Russian saunas that involves a high level of humidity. Sitting in a sauna can raise the temperature of your skin to about 40°C, which in turn causes you to sweat heavily. As your body tries to cool down, the heart rate rises. Saunas could have different sources of heat, including wood burning saunas, electrically heated saunas, infrared saunas and steam rooms.

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In the present population-based cohort study, we investigated whether intention to lose weight, as judged from actual attempts to lose weight at one point in time, and subsequent weight change among overweight or obese individuals were associated with subsequent long-term excess mortality. We selected individuals for whom there was no available evidence of diseases possibly linked to excess mortality or who were otherwise at increased risk of death, and we took into account lifestyle-related risk factors and any changes in them during the period of weight change.

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