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It is true that the spa is a traditional place to unwind and relax. But it also has other benefits that you may not know about.
t is very common that, when we stay in a hotel, we use the benefits of the spa. It is as if this activity could only be carried out during vacations and in luxury hotels. Actually, going to a spa has many benefits and advantages for our body and helps us take care of our health. In other words, it might not be an exclusive vacation activity.
One of the essential and historical therapeutic elements of the spa is water. For this reason, these types of hydrothermal facilities are increasingly used around the world and considered as one of the factors that help our physical and mental health.
1. Disconnect from the routine
Changing the work routine for a few days of relaxation and hydrotherapy treatments helps recharge energy and increases the quality of life. On the other hand, it also improves performance when returning to work.
2. Rehabilitating effect
The different spa treatments provide benefits for the muscles, joints, and bones. Many patients with chronic pain find relief from hydrotherapy, and so do people who do not have chronic pain conditions.
3. Stress reduction
The different effects that water has in all its varieties on the body, in addition to providing physical benefits, provide great peace and psychological relaxation that reduces stress.
4. Regulates sleep problems
Although it may not seem like it, hydrotherapy sessions leave the body relaxed and tired at the same time. That tiredness often makes it easier for people with insomnia or other types of sleep disorders to fall asleep.
5. Activate circulation
The effect of water on the body acts as a therapeutic effect by activating the cardiovascular system of people with problems in blood circulation. Older adults find spas great benefits for their body in general and for their circulatory system in particular.
6. Remedy for cardiovascular problems
The mechanical force of water can help improve a person's heart rate, as well as stabilize their blood pressure. However, it is not advisable for people with such problems to make sudden changes in temperature in the different circuits of the spas.
7. Promotes emotional well-being
Those who have been to a spa and received all its services recognize that they have come out with greater positive