Mineral baths have mechanical, thermal and chemical effects on the body at the same time. Through the mechanical hydrostatic effect, it improves blood microcirculation in the body. The heat of mineral water warms the internal organs, improves metabolism and has a pain-relieving effect.
Chemicals contained in mineral water (iron, bromine, boron, silicon, sodium, calcium, potassium and magnesium) act reflexively on the skin, relax the nerve endings and penetrate the skin, saturating the blood. In addition, when taking baths, steam of mineral water is inhaled, which has a positive effect on the respiratory tract.
Warm mineral water pleasantly relaxes muscles, relieves pain, and improves blood and lymph circulation. It is especially important to note that the hydrostatic pressure of mineral water is much higher than the hydrostatic pressure of fresh water. Pressure exercises and strengthens our cardiovascular system, and the more mineral content in the water, the stronger the effect.