Preheated bath in mineral water of temperature 36–38 °C.
The procedure is demanding of blood circulation, and as such is unsuitable for persons with high blood pressure or heart disease and for diabetics.
Bath in thermal spring water of temperature 37–38 °C, which has a relaxing and calming effect
Bath in thermal spring water at 38 °C with added natural peat with marked pressure and heat effect, even on deeply positioned organs. The pressure pushes on leg blood and lymph.
A procedure based on the positive effects of carbon dioxide (CO₂) on the human body’s peripheral circulation. CO₂ is applied in an airtight plastic pouch (approx. 125 l gas). During the procedure there are increased CO₂ levels in the skin, resulting in the expansion of all blood vessels and increased oxygen content in the blood. Used during treatment of cardiovascular diseases, in treating lymphoedemas, in healing injured skin, or in aiding rheumatic disorders.
Bath in thermal spring water of temperature 34–35 °C, mixed with carbon dioxide which is absorbed by the skin.
Whirlpool bath in thermal spring water of temperature 36–38 °C, a special underwater massage with gentle jets of water from the bottom and sides of the bath.