Salt baths for patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Health Care

In the bath we can immerse large body areas , so the size and strength of bathing on the patient is high. You can also use these solutions when you want to expose  only selected areas of the body, for example, sweating hands, feet, freezing feet, itchy hands. If you don’t have bath-tube at home, you can soak only feet, for example, in a bowl of warm water and 3-10 large spoonfuls of kitchen salt, or sea salt.

kevin dooley / photo on flickr

kevin dooley / photo on flickr

In this situation, it is easier to get higher concentration of the solution. Soaking the feet in warm water with salt is used in  prevention of colds, flu-. immediately after the patient  should be put in the bed keep the body heat.  This activity can result in  removal of toxins from the body, and  will cause the inactivation of viruses and bacteria,. Another purpose of the salt bath is  nourishing, moisturizing, and the cleansing of the skin. This bath also helps to smooth wrinkles,  eliminate stretch marks, pimples, and cellulite. Bath salts can be done in beauty salons, wellness centers, spa, or at home. Bath salts are also used in nursing homes, hospitals, rehabilitation centers.  In a home care setting, patients can use a bath with the help of family members or caregivers.

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