Health and Wellness with Heated Pools
Physical rehabilitation can be done in many ways depending on the clinical case of the patient. Pool therapy is highly recommended to post stroke patients, where they are given the chance to do basic range of motion with support.
· Weight support and comfort. When your body is submerged 50% or more is supported by the water, this makes you feel at ease. Another is that it lessens the pain you feel during the session; pool heaters can be of great help in reducing pain as it helps in the dilation of your blood vessels giving your body good blood flow from top to toe. Pool heaters can also help in the relaxation and in reducing swelling.
· Reduce fatigue. As you move your body in water, the resistance you feel is a good way to help strengthen your muscles and help in increasing your endurance. With the help of pool heaters, tensed muscles are relaxed, making it less painful as you move. However, when you have difficulty moving in water, equipment are available as floats or weights.
· Decrease anxiety. In this case, pool heaters are the number one tool in decreasing anxiety. Aside from the calming movement of water, the heat helps in reducing stress and relieving pain, resulting to decreased anxiety. This keeps the pool therapy going without complaints of pain.
For some who love water, pool therapy is their routine exercise; they see the activity more challenging and more effective compared to land therapies.
Maintenance and swimming pool repairs should be in a regular basis in this case, when we talk about extreme ages, these are the ones sensitive to almost everything such as extreme temperature, chlorine, and dirt. Keep in mind that never should you ignore the filters and the pool heaters for they are time bombs when not taken care of.
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