Hydromassage is a massage performed by water flow. This is a procedure of the targeted therapeutic impact of pressured water on the human body. The most important thing in this procedure is supplying the air flow to the water and using multiple bubbles formed for the recovery. Hydromassage facilities are installed in swimming pools and bathtubs. There are also separate showers, shower panels and shower hydromassage cabins.
Water and air mixed together form microbubbles. These bubbles run through special holes in a pool spa or bath, called nozzles. The supply of water and air jets can be adjusted by the intensity and the shape of the flow can be altered by modifying the nozzles.
Hydromassage is recommended for the following functional disorders and diseases:
Damage to human immunity;
Injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system;
Stress, depression, asthenia syndrome;
Venous insufficiency, including varicose veins;
Chronic fatigue syndrome;
Disorders of the peripheral nervous system;
Metabolic disorders (obesity, cellulitis);
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