Karlovy VARY

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The spa, the largest and best known in the Czech Repub­lic, was founded around 1350.Twenty years later, the com­mu­nity was granted the sta­tus of a town by Em­peror Charles IV. Karlovy Vary is a place of heal­ing springs. There are about 100 hot springs o f vary­ing strength found in the town, twelve of which have been used for ther­a­peu­tic pur­poses since the early 19th cen­tury. The tem­per­a­ture of the springs ranges from 42 °C to 72 °C. The sym­bol and puls­ing heart of the spa is the “Vřídlo” spring, which spouts wa­ter to a height of 15 me­tres. An im­por­tant part of the spa treat­ment at Karlovy Vary is the drink­ing cure. The springs have var­i­ous tem­per­a­tures and con­tent of car­bon diox­ide gas. There­fore, you must fol­low the pre­scribed springs, quan­tity and drink­ing times. The drink­ing cure is mostly suit­able be­fore meals, when walk­ing, in small sips. Be­sides a pos­i­tive im­pact on di­ges­tion, on over­all health and on the im­mune sys­tem, it helps detox­ify the body. The spa treat­ment is based on an in­di­vid­ual treat­ment plan determined by the physi­cian dur­ing the in­tro­duc­tory exam. For max­i­mum ef­fect, the spa treat­ment should last 14 days or more, but even shorter well­ness stays are an es­sen­tial part of our lives nowa­days. They have pre­ven­tive ef­fects, re­lieve your body of stress and jump-start your per­sonal devel­op­ment. Spa treat­ments should be re­peated twice a year, with a break of six months. Vis­i­tors can find ev­ery­thing they need to know about Carlsbad treat­ment in pub­li­ca­tions by Carlsbad spa physi­cian MUDr. (MD) Pavel Šolc. Th­ese texts com­pre­hen­si­bly ac­quaint read­ers with what the unique Carlsbad treat­ment of­fers.

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