Hydrotherapy can help

I first learned about hydrotherapy about 40 years ago.  I was actively looking for alternative ways to treat and heal common every day illnesses and problems that invade every household.  I don’t use it on a daily basis so I forgot about it.  This article reminded me how well a hot shower or a soak in the tub can relieve tension from the body.  Cold water therapy also works….however, it is not pleasant.  Basically a shock of cold water throws your body into overdrive fight mode.  Works for some situations.  Also drinking enough water is vital to keep away that ‘Fuzzy brain’ feeling.  If I am feeling confused and foggy I first check in with myself as to how much water I am drinking.  Brain needs water to function properly.  I added this link and read it over.

When reading keep their words in mind: “Please remember, these aren’t meant to be medical recommendations, but they’re tactics that have worked for others and might work for you, too. Be sure to work with a professional to find the best methods for you.”

http://www.ptsduk.org/how-hydrotherapy-can-be-useful-for-ptsd-sufferers/

 

Water therapy for me is the beach, pond, waterfalls, rivers and other water preferably outdoor far from ‘civilization.’

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