Heat and hot baths as natural remedies should be the subject of this guide. The moist warmth is very different in the extent of the effect. In practice it can be seen that painful conditions can worsen if dry heat, which triggers a specific irritant effect, is used.
A relaxation bath is a simple and inexpensive wellness option. Anyone who has a bathtub at home can use a hot bath to relax and unwind.
These heat donors include: heating pads, radiation lamps, infrared, light and hot air treatment. Wherever you want to relieve convulsive states, calm irritations, release effusion residues and wash away deposits, the application of moist heat is preferred.
In practice, some people have experienced disappointment when dry heat treatment does not bring about the desired improvement. In these cases one should turn to the moist heat as a therapeutic agent, then one will often be pleasantly surprised by its effect.
The indications, i.e. the areas of application for which the moist heat is available are very extensive. It is recommended i.a. for rheumatic complaints of muscles and joints, sciatica, lumbago, intervertebral disc syndromes, conditions after subacute bruises, bruises, strains, fiber tears, sprains and the consequences of accidents on the musculoskeletal system.
Also convulsive states, colic, circulatory disorders and much more. can be found in the range of applications of moist heat. It has the not to be overlooked advantage that it can usually be used comfortably at home without great effort. The variety of possibilities is briefly explained below: