Hydromassage. Massage performed with jets of hot water and air to stimulate blood circulation and relax the muscles. The health benefits of hydromassage are scientifically proven and have been used since ancient times: it stimulates circulation, eliminates toxins, relieves rheumatic pain, relaxes contracted muscles, hydrates the skin and fights cellulite, in addition, of course, to mitigate the stress of daily life.
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- 1 Hydro bathtubs
- 2 Effects
- 1 The most important
- 3 Benefits
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The jets of water emitted by Hydro Baths ( Showers , Jacuzzi ) is one of the most relaxing ways to be healthy, while enjoying a hot bath. Hot tubs and spas can help you have excellent blood circulation . A warm temperature makes the blood flow better, as it prevents the blood from clotting. In addition, it helps the heart pump blood normally, despite the cold environment. This is a very nice way to get rid of poor circulation.
With these baths, not only is the inside of the body healthy, but the skin is also healthy and smooth. A refreshing sensation is also felt, eliminating the fatigue of work or intense exercise. Good health and relaxation are the two main benefits one can get from the heat of bathtubs and spas.
The water massage is one of the best ways to prevent diseases and to end the problems of fatigue and stress. The best way to use the bathtub is to fill it above the hydromassage nozzles with a temperature between 33 ° C and 38 ° C. Use in these bathtubs should not exceed 30 minutes, with 15 to 20 minutes being the most appropriate.
The therapeutic effect is achieved through the combination of air and water at different temperatures and is enhanced with the use of salts, essences, oils and even ozone that enriches and intensifies the action of water itself, providing bactericidal, anti-infective and analgesic properties.
Apart from its revitalizing and stimulating effect on the immune system (improves our defenses against infections), hydrotherapy can be of help in multiple ailments.
The most important
- Circulatory problems (cold feet, varicose veins, hemorrhoids etc.)
- Pain (osteoarthritis, arthritis, low back pain, headaches)
- Skin problems (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis)
- Muscle and bone problems:
It contributes to the recovery of fractures, bruises and tendinitis. Relieves pain or stiffness of the joints caused by osteoarthritis. Massages with water at 37 / 38ºC and sessions of 2 to 4 times a week are recommended.
- Cellular regeneration of the skin and improvement of the respiratory tract:
Hydromassage and steam baths improve skin regeneration and clear the airways.
- Blood stimulation:
The hydromassage favors blood circulation, and prevents the appearance of varicose veins. If there are no medical contraindications, the therapy can be repeated 2 times a week at a temperature of 35 ºC.
It can be treated with hydromassage at a temperature of 36 to 38ºC. It is recommended 2 or 3 times a week first thing in the morning or before dinner.
The state of anxiety and stress is reduced with the relaxing action of a hydromassage bath at minimum pressure and at 36 or 38ºC. Preferably every other day, in the morning or before dinner.