How does Hydrotherapy work?
Hydrotherapy works by transferring the sensation on the skin to various nerve impulses throughout the body.
This could probably explain why one feels rejuvenated and instantly revived after a day at the spa, or even after a swim in the pool.
Because Hydrotherapy involves water and “water”, has a hydrostatic effect. That feather-light massage it creates stimulates touch receptors on the skin, boosting blood circulation.
For instance, a warm bath (ranges from 35ºC to 40ºC) relaxes the body and soothes sore areas. It increases blood circulation in skin; promotes cell renewal, while eliminating toxins through perspiration and lymphatic drainage.
Cold water on the other hand, stimulates and invigorates, increasing pulse rate. A cold bath (between 10ºC to 21ºC) is extremely exhilarating and increases your metabolism rate. If you are feeling tired, you might want to try taking a warm shower or bath followed by short, invigorating cold shower to help stimulate your body and mind.
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