Hydromassage as a complement to sport
Over the last few years, many high-level sports clubs have suggested to their athletes reducing fatigue with either a hydrotherapy or sauna session. Indeed, these practices seem effective at the end of a heavy training session and at the end of matches, in order to accelerate the recovery of a full muscular activity. The reason lies in the fact that water possesses physical properties, making it a valuable tool for applying thermal stimulation to the body. At the end of a busy day, immersion into hot water for a few minutes, gives a great mental-physical benefit to everyone, independently from practising sport or training, owing to the well-known and particular relaxing effects of hot water (around 34-37°C), encouraging, amongst other things, sleep in children and infants.