Foot Bath

Foot Bath

Care tips with the help of traditional home remedies of the winter is upon us, and also the colds come with the cold season. It is not something Ultra Wellness Center would like to discuss. Before the first cold can strike, anti-aging care and co. to the side must move anti wrinkle cream, because in the bathroom Cabinet, we now need space for cold medicine and painkillers, the we us to prevent the approaching colds in stock in the online pharmacy of newly purchased Pillenpharm. Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease addresses the importance of the matter here. But even without expensive medicines, you can prevent colds and effectively treat their symptoms. For example, the tension-type headache and shoulder and neck disorders, are often accompanied by a cold, can be alleviated by a warm neck cast. This cast has a relaxing effect on the neck and shoulder muscles, promotes blood circulation in the arms and legs and calms the nerves. You just bend over the bathtub and upwards the warm stream of water from the right full back slowly over the outside of the arm to the shoulder, then a couple of times about the neck back and forth and then over the shoulder left down on the left hand side. Then strip the water of the skin and lie down in bed for at least 15 minutes.

A rising arm bath, however, promotes blood circulation and stimulates the circulation. Slowly, the temperature is raised from 30 to 40 degrees Celsius. The rising arm bath must not be used for venous disorders, Lymphedema or paralysis in the legs. It is used in asthma and bronchitis, colds, congestive heart failure, circulatory disorders and ear pain. Sit on the cheeks of a wash or a bowl or arm bath, and let warm water run up about 30 degrees Celsius.

The arms are popped up including the elbow into the water. Now let slow hot water running after and increase the temperature to 40 degrees Celsius in about 20 minutes. Then the arms out of the water, wipe off the water and rest for about 20 minutes in bed. Foot baths for many people belong to the favorite applications. A rising foot bath warms the whole body. It is applied in sinus infections, colds, chills, wet and cold feet and the absence of menstruation. Set a large bowl or a plastic bucket on the floor or in the tub. Pour hot water into the bowl of about 33 degrees Celsius. Then put your feet and run hotter water after, so that after 15 to 20 minutes a temperature of maximum 42 degrees is reached. Then take the feet out of the water, rub them dry, put on socks and rest at least for 15 minutes.

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