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Redflower Organic Birch Mild Soaking Plunge

Redflower Organic Birch Mild Soaking Plunge

redflower organic birch mild soaking plunge

Redflower Organic Birch Mild Soaking Plunge

I love taking baths! I have written a few articles before about herbal baths that you can do at home. There is nothing better after a stressful day than to sit in a hot bath and just de-stress. Baths or hydrotherapy is wonderful for the body for a multitude of reasons. Use any excuse you want to take some time out for yourself and help heal your mind and body all at once.
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Organic Birch Mineral Hydrotherapy Soaking Plunge is a burst
of muscle and circulatory relief in the nature-based,
Finnish practice of purifying, replenishing and revitalizing
to create radiant skin, good health, long life and vigor.

the health benefits of hydrotherapy are pleasurable and profound. soaking offers a feeling of physical well-being, relieves the pain of physical wounds and aching muscles, calms the mind, and nourishes the spirit.
controlled studies from around the world document medical improvements in patients with low back pain, improved range of motion, psychological and emotional quality of life improvements and improvements with varicose veins.
hydrotherapy is the use of mineral water in various states and temperatures to maintain health and promote healing. steam, ice, hot, tepid, and cold water are all used in a number of ways alone or as part of a therapeutic regimen.
hydrotherapy takes advantage of water’s unique ability to store and transmit both cold and heat. cold has a “depressant” effect, decreasing normal activity, constricting blood vessels, numbing nerves, and slowing respiration. heat-based hydrotherapies, such as hot baths, have the opposite effect. as the body attempts to throw off excess heat and keep the body temperature from rising, dilation of blood vessels occurs, providing increased circulation.
contrast therapies, such as immersing in hot and then cold water, are used to dramatically stimulate circulation. for example, a thirty minute contrast bath beginning with soaking for four minutes in a hot tub and then dropping into a cold plunge for one minute, repeated for a total of thirty minutes, can produce a 95 percent increase in blood flow.

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