Foot baths wellness and sauna | Ceramic and Corian
Foot baths complete the wellness effect of a sauna session or Kneipp therapy.
Before taking a sauna, a warm footbath in the foot basin prepares the body for sweating, which improves the Blood circulation and relaxation of the feet is promoted. The sauna and a foot bath also complement each other perfectly during rest periods. With lukewarm water the footbather can refresh himself between sauna sessions refresh. At the end of each complete sauna session, a foot bath should definitely be used. A lukewarm foot bath prevents any After-sweating and provides so finally for the optimal Relax experience. To strengthen the Immune system and the Blood vessels blood vessels, the double foot pools in particular can also be used for Alternating baths can also be carried out in the double foot pools. Dipping the feet alternately in warm and cold water has an invigorating effect Hardening result.
Footbath during sauna
Footbaths are performed in special wellness areas. The Fire and ice Design footbaths enhance both commercial luxury facilities and private spas visually and functionally. As a general rule, you should never go to the sauna with cold feet and always take advantage of the luxury of a warm/lukewarm footbath before, between and after saunas.
warm foot bath before sauna
It is recommended to prepare the body for the high temperatures in the sauna. A warm foot bath is the most beneficial and pleasant way of warming up for this purpose. A foot bath in the foot pool leads to activation of the sweat glands, which makes sweating easier. This is because warm water dilates blood vessels, which leads to stimulation of blood circulation in the feet. The optimal temperature for this purpose is about 40 degrees.
Cooling down with foot pool
The heat in the sauna causes the vessels to dilate. The circulation is overstrained, one feels unwell - the so-called orthostasis effect. You can counteract this with a pleasant cooling down after the sauna. in the Resting phases between sauna sessions, the body temperature must be lowered back to normal. A lukewarm foot bath is the best method for this. Since a cold shock contracts the blood vessels, the cold is not transported to the inside of the body. A lukewarm footbath helps to cool the body deeply as well.
A lukewarm footbath is also recommended at the end. if the body is not regulated to normal temperature, you risk re-sweating and getting chilled. A proper Cooling after a sauna session therefore only works with a foot bath.
in an alternating foot bath, the feet are immersed alternately in warm and cold water. The alternating cold and warm stimuli promote the immune system and blood circulation. An alternating bath is carried out with 2 foot basins or a double foot basin. One foot basin is filled with water at a temperature of about 35 degrees, the other foot basin is filled with water at a maximum temperature of 15 degrees. After the feet have been in warm water for 5 minutes, they are placed in cold water for 10 seconds. After changing several times, it is necessary to finish with warm water.