The well-being during a sauna bath is primarily determined by the temperature and humidity in the sauna.
In general, a temperature of 80 to 90 °C is considered to be particularly favourable. However, the correct degree of humidity is just as important. It must not be extremely dry in the sauna, but also not too damp. The most favourable humidity depends on the respective temperature: at about 60 °C it is 15 to 30 % relative humidity, at about 80 °C 8 to 15 % relative humidity, at 100 °C 3 to 8 % relative humidity.
In the sauna there are quite large temperature differences and thus also considerable differences in humidity. We recommend to install the sauna measuring device at the head height of the person sitting on the top bench (20 to 30 cm below the ceiling).