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Hot Springs, an alternative therapy

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Hot Springs, an alternative therapy

When I think in hot springs, the moment in a spa and relaxation come to my mind. Hot springs can do more than help us to avoid stress.

Why can't we spend a good time, while we relax and also we do a favor to our health? If you have the opportunity to enjoy hot springs, it may be a good idea to take it.

Types of thermal waters:

There are two types of thermal waters according to their geological origin:

Magmatic: Are born from metal or eruptive veins, and usually have temperatures above 50 ° C. The most commonly elements found in them are arsenic, boron, bromine, copper, phosphorus and nitrogen.

Telluric: can be generated anywhere, its temperature rarely reaches 50 ° C and, because they are filtered, they have fewer mineralization than magmatic. They usually have bicarbonates, chlorides and lime salts.

An important feature is that the hot springs are charged with negative ions. However, this does not mean they have negative effects on our body, in fact, positive ions are the ones that don't bring benefits to the human body, as they are irritating, while the negative ions have the ability to relax the body.

Health Benefits

There are many benefits that hot springs bring to our bodies, however, according to some authors, they can be classified as biological, physical and chemical, but in reality all act together.

Note that the temperature plays an important role, since the body temperature rises, killing germs, including viruses. It helps to improve circulation and oxygenation of the body, as it increases the hydrostatic pressure of the body.

In this way, enhancing oxygenation, thermal water bath also leads to improve the feeding of body tissues in general, therefore, activates metabolism, stimulates the secretion of digestive tract and the liver, favoring our digestion.

In addition, if you use the hot springs, regularly, they can help you to restore the functioning of the endocrine glands, the autonomous nervous system and the body.

There is also an improvement nd stimulation of the immune system, they promote mental relaxation, due to the production of endorphins and regulation of glandular functions. Many of these effects are due to the consumption of the mineral body as carbon dioxide, sulfur, calcium and magnesium.

Take care of your skin

Psoriasis, dermatitis and fungal diseases are those that are most benefited by hot spring baths (especially if they contain sulfur).

Sometimes they also help in the healing of wounds, and other skin lesions. The curative action is attributed to the sulfobacterias in the hot springs, which help the human body, improving the defense system of the skin against all types of attacks, as well as help to reduce the aging process of the body.

Benefits in chronic diseases

Some research suggests that chronic diseases are benefited with the use of balneotherapy, are rheumatic, metabolic (diabetes, obesity, gout), mild breaths, gynecological, the skin, the functional recovery of neuroparalysis central and peripheral, gastrointestinal problems, and circulation, the aftermath of trauma, stress-related and other psychosomatic problems.

General recommendations for the use of hot springs

1. Pregnant women, elderly and those with any illness should consult their physician before using the hot springs.

2. Never use them if you are under the influence of alcohol or any drug.

3. Avoid swimming alone.

4. Do not overheat and stay well hydrated.

5. If you suffer from skin diseases that are contagious, used private pools.

 

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4 Reviews “Hot Springs, an alternative therapy”

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on 28/01/2015
Hot springs are wonderful therapy, and even when I want a substitute (hot baths) they never live up to the sulfur filled water from natural hot springs. Something about them are just so much more medicinal than simply warm water. If you wear silver however, it will turn your jewelry a copper color-toothpaste takes it off.
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on 01/06/2014
I CAN'T WAIT TO GO TO ANY OF THESE PLACES, I WOULD LOVE TO FEEL THE BENEFITS OF THEM! MAYBE ALL OF THEM
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on 06/09/2014
What amazing news! We just moved to alaska, but we've been visiting this area for years. and it has TONS of natural hot springs all over, on nearby islands, and even on the other side of the island we curently live on. There's no better way to end a day of hiking or hunting up and down mountains. Romantic AND refreshing!
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on 06/11/2012
I haven?t see hot springs near my home but I should search for them! I used to go when I was younger to keep my body calm and refreshed, it was amazing. You feel very relaxed and comfortable. I didn't know they had so many benefits and minerals as well.

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