Why have we designed a bath detox?
Well cultures across the globe have employed the curative power of water for centuries. Unlike the names used to describe its use for restorative purposes today—hydrotherapy, balneotherapy, hydropathy—the basic science behind it is simple: Soaking in warm water triggers the dilation of blood vessels, which in turn relaxes muscles. This physical reaction can ease pain and encourage the body to let go of stress that may be manifesting as tight shoulders, a stiff neck or a sore back. Additionally, taking the time to #relax
your body in a tub of warm water can help with the emotional impact of stress, promoting relaxation and encouraging you to take a moment for yourself. No wonder #traditional
and #alternative #healers
alike recommend warm baths to relieve symptoms associated with a host of issues, including arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraines, sleep disorders, overexertion and more!! The #bath #ritual
that is most beneficial for you is a very personal thing, but it all starts with CARVING OUT THE TIME. Thinking of your bath as a moment to give your mind and body a break adds a sense of importance and weight to what might otherwise be seen as an unnecessary indulgence. Choose the frequency that seems most helpful to you—say, at least weekly—and aim to devote at least 30 minutes to your bath and remind yourself that you #deserve