What is Thalassotherapy? Thalassotherapy comes from the Greek word, thalassa – meaning 'sea', and refers to the number of procedures that use seawater and seaweed, each designed to moisturize and revitalizing the body and skin, and, in many cases to improve circulation. The term thalassotherapy vvedenv the mid-nineteenth-century French physician, de la Bonnarder from the small town of Arcachon on the coast of Biscay Gulf. Currently, thalassotherapy is one of the main places among the methods of treatment and rehabilitation of many of the world's resorts, using it even at some distance from the sea areas. In Russia, except the Black Sea coast of use and resorts Kavminvod particularly in sanatoria of Kislovodsk. Marine and oceanic procedures use, purified algae, mud and sand. Thalassotherapy is the complex procedures such such as: mud bath, underwater shower, hydro-massage, aromatherapy, and seaweed, mud and seaweed wraps – all these procedures are needed to help restore your body to bring it to rest. For what need thalassotherapy? Various forms of thalassotherapy have different effects on your body, helping you to: relax, to raise the muscle tone, clear skin, reduce cellulite, strengthens your immune system improves quality of sleep.
Thalassotherapy using to treat people with: vascular problems (such as hypertension and atherosclerosis), respiratory diseases (such as asthma and bronchitis), post-traumatic disorders (eg, muscle atrophy), chronic inflammatory processes (eg rheumatoid arthritis). Before you go you should be aware that some treatments may require swimwear. Others Preparations for the reception of thalassotherapy depend on the nature of your treatment.