Having a regular bath in the bathtub isn’t equivalent to Air Bath Technique practiced under Air Therapy.
Air Bath is a unique technique that creates sensation and massages your body to relax and cleanse. The technique is a combination of water, heat, and movement, that is therapeutic and good for your recovery process.
Each therapeutic element plays a key role in gaining optimal relaxation.
In this blog, we will be discussing how Air Bath Technique works and why you must practice the therapy for your own.
Let me tell you air bathtubs are different from the tub we use in our homes. These tubs are designed as per the need of the therapy and are very effective. The tub has many jets installed at the bottom from where heated air is blown into the bathwater. The bubbles generated from the jets work as a massager and add effervescent sensation. The jet flow can be adjusted as per the bather’s requirements. Depending on how the bather wants to have a massage (more or less powerful), one can customize the force of air emissions.
The unique technique of Air Therapy is practiced to reduce stress, provide overall relaxation, and tension relief. The millions of tiny bubbles rising from the tub floor massage your body with continuous movement and activate the production of endorphins in the body. Endorphins are naturally secreted chemicals that boost self-esteem, stimulate blood circulation, reduce pain caused by health conditions, such as caused by arthritis, other chronic disorders, and alleviate depression. They are also responsible for controlling mood and promoting happiness.
The heat generated from the jets and continuous movement of air bubbles that act as massager activates the lymphatic system and open skin pores leading to smooth blood circulation.
There are many benefits associated with exercising air bath therapy to cure and prevent illnesses.
Soaking in an air bathtub with frequent movement of heated air molecules around your body help lose some calories. The practice helps improve inflammation and enhances glucose metabolism in sedentary overweight people.
Fights cold and flu symptoms
Like taking in the hot steam of water clear nasal passages, similarly hot air bath may help you fight off a cold or flu. Learn about other home remedies for the cold if the condition is severe.
Opens Skin Pores
Having a steamy bath helps in opening skin pores and flushing out the dirt and toxins accumulated on your skin. This is one of the best methods to cleanse the skin.
Taking a hot and steamy air bath can help alleviate dry sinuses. They can be very uncomfortable and irritating to some people. Dehydration can be a cause of dry sinuses.
Having a steamy hot bath can help us with quality and faster sleep. The heated air bubbles movement help relieve stress and relax the body. It also drops the body temperature leading to a better sleeping experience. If you are suffering from sleep disorders and looking for some additional easy to apply home remedies, check out these Foods and Drinks to Have Before Bed for quality sleep.
Here are some other benefits of air bath technique:
- Lower Blood Sugar Levels
- Relieves muscle tension
- Helps in healing wounds
- Enhances the performance level of your lungs
- Good for Brain and Nervous System
- Improves Immunity
- Boosts Blood Circulation
- Cleanses and Hydrates your Eyes, Hair, and Skin
- Relieves Headache and Migraines
- Good for Heart Health
If the therapy sounds a match to your wellness needs and requirement and you are looking forward to booking sessions online for Air Bath, mail us.