Hydrotherapy and Fibromyalgia

 In Fibromyalgia, Health, Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy may be a new term to most of you, but its benefits are enormous. Medical specialists define hydrotherapy as the use of water to treat different disease conditions.

Hydrotherapy benefits are incredible with some of them being the improvement of blood circulation, and production of endorphins and other huge benefits like stress reduction.

Besides, hydrotherapy is beneficial because it helps to repair damaged tissues, energizes the body, and improves the waste removal process in the body; not forgetting the enormous benefits it adds to the body immune system.

Fibromyalgia is one of the many disease conditions where symptoms reduce because of hydrotherapy. Arthritis, back and neck pain sufferers also benefit from the use of a hot tub.

In this article, we are going to look at the benefits of hydrotherapy for fibromyalgia disease condition.
What is fibromyalgia?
Before we discuss the benefits of hydrotherapy on fibromyalgia, it is important to define the disease condition. Fibromyalgia is a persistent disease condition that causes widespread pain in the body. Fibromyalgia causes fatigue, loss of memory and mood problems.   Most people just feel awful most of the time.

Fibromyalgia causes severe pain to the patients by affecting the way the brain processes pain signals. The disease condition is more prevalent in women than men.

The symptoms of the disease become severe when the patient undergoes a physical trauma such as an accident. Psychological stress can worsen the symptoms. Researchers don’t know with certainty what causes fibromyalgia, but they argue that the most probable cause is genetic issues, infections, and emotional or physical trauma.

With the stress that most of us are under these days it’s no wonder that fibromyalgia is on the rise. Benefits of hydrotherapy for fibromyalgia disease condition
Reducing symptoms Hot tub hydrotherapy is known to reduce symptoms in patients that suffer from fibromyalgia disease condition.

Hot tub hydrotherapy helps to reduce the stiffness of muscles and muscle pain and improves sleeping disorders and mobility. The hot tub therapy is a traditional practice that was and is currently used to treat fibromyalgia. Pure hydrotherapy clinical trials have shown improved pain management and mobility among the patients.

Clinical research trials show that hydrotherapy improves mobility after about 24 weeks. There is reliable evidence that hydrotherapy improves tender point count and overall health status of patients suffering from fibromyalgia disease condition.
Ease and low cost of application Hydrotherapy is very easy to apply and is inexpensive. Think of the basic things you need for the process; a Spaberry hot tub is less than half the cost of a big hot tub.  Also, water and heat are available everywhere. You can always have a nice hot bath but the water gets cold so fast it’s hard to get the full effect.

Always take the necessary precaution and avoid using too hot water in the hot tub hydrotherapy procedure.
Immediate relief another major benefit of hydrotherapy in managing fibromyalgia the immediate therapeutic effect it offers to the patients. The application of warm water to the affected muscle increases the dilation of blood vessels and increases the blood flow to the affected muscle. Since this is a physical process, it causes an immediate improvement, unlike the case when drugs are used to produce a similar effect.
With no side effects, it’s hard to imagine the treatment of a severe disease condition without drugs and its consequent side effects. The treatment of fibromyalgia using a SpaBerry spa hot tub has no undesirable side effects.  Just relief!

Also, not having to take pain drugs that have chemical components that are difficult for the body to dispose.
Bottom line is that the hydrotherapy processes the management of fibromyalgia disease condition is easier than ever. Fibromyalgia is one of the few disease conditions that are manageable at low cost. If you suffer from fibromyalgia, it is advisable to learn how to conduct hot tub hydrotherapy effectively.

 

 

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