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    • On average, the human body consists of 67% water. It is therefore not surprising that water also plays a decisive role in terms of health.

      The beneficial warmth of moor, fango and mud was discovered early on. Mud baths were documented as a natural remedy as early as the 14th century.

      The climate has long had a major influence on well-being. Those seeking relaxation are most likely to find it in an environment with a balanced temperature and constant humidity.

      Kneipp cures are probably among the best-known water treatments. However, Kneipp therapy also includes nutrition, herbs, exercise and inner balance in addition to the water pillar.

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What is important about saunas

Are you planning to visit a sauna and aren't very familiar with it yet, or maybe you want to try it for the first time? We have a few tips for you:

What do I need for a sauna visit?

  • 1 large sauna towel
  • 1–2 towels
  • Shampoing/gel douche
  • Possibly bathing shoes
  • Possibly bathrobe
  • Enough time (we would recommend that you allow at least two hours)

Is there anything else to consider?

  • Most saunas are textile-free areas, meaning that swimwear is not allowed. However, some saunas offer special days when you can wear swimwear.
  • To avoid infections such as athlete's foot, it is advisable to wear bathing shoes in the sauna area.
  • Drink enough before going to the sauna.
  • Shower before using the sauna to prepare your skin for sweating.
  • Dry yourself thoroughly after showering, as dry skin can evaporate and sweat more easily.
  • A warm foot bath beforehand expands the blood vessels and contributes to improved sweating.
  • Be sure to observe the stay times and plan rest periods.

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