PAM­PER YOUR­SELF AND RE­LAX. FO­CUS ON THE SALU­BRI­OUS EF­FECTS OF YOUR TREAT­MENT.

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Dur­ing the win­ter months we rec­om­mend the light and heat ther­apy for your health. The biop­tron bi­o­lamp uses light en­ergy for lo­cal bios­tim­u­la­tion that ac­cel­er­ates re­gen­er­a­tive and heal­ing pro­cesses in the body. It short­ens the pe­riod of heal­ing due to its im­pact on the im­mune system. In­frather­apy uses in­fra-red ra­di­a­tion that pen­e­trates deep into the skin and sub­cu­ta­neous struc­ture to thor­oughly warm the or­gan­ism. It has a salu­bri­ous ef­fect on chronic de­gen­er­a­tive and post-trau­matic af­flic­tions of the lo­co­mo­tive system and on the res­pi­ra­tory tract. It strength­ens the im­mune system and im­proves vi­tal­ity. Peo­ple usu­ally tol­er­ate this treat­ment bet­ter than sauna and steam. Paraf­fin wax on hands is used to im­prove the sup­ply of blood in hands and to warm them. It re­lieves stiff and painful joints and soft­ens hard skin. The re­sults are aes­thetic but also cu­ra­tive – it af­fects rheuma­tism, joints, low blood pres­sure and cold hands. Mud baths com­bine the ef­fects of a warm bath and peloid (mud), which has a sig­nif­i­cant im­pact on all chronic patho­log­i­cal dis­eases of the lo­co­mo­tive system, es­pe­cially joints. Mud baths with spe­cial in­gre­di­ents pro­vide you with heal­ing, re­gen­er­a­tive and anti-ag­ing ben­e­fits. Mud com­presses / parafango have an anti-in­flam­ma­tory ef­fect, re­gen­er­ate dam­aged tis­sue, sup­ply it with blood, and mit­i­gate pain and cramps. They warm up and re­lax the mus­cles in a very pleas­ant way. Last but not least, they help fight cel­luli­tis. Body pack with tra­di­tional in­gre­di­ents pro­vides the skin hy­dra­tion and the max­i­mum amount of nour­ish­ing sub­stances. Over a very short pe­riod of time, skin equi­lib­rium re­cov­ers, flex­i­bil­ity in­creases and con­tours are strength­ened. A con­sid­er­able re­vi­tal­iza­tion ef­fect is vis­i­ble mainly on the most ex­posed parts of the body, where skin is of­ten dry and sen­si­tive – on the knees, el­bows, in the neck­line and on arms.

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