The Many Benefits of Thermotherapy

The benefits of thermotherapy are numerous. It contributes to your physical and mental well-being. Its benefits are felt immediately and over time.

Improve Your Physical and Mental Health

Because thermotherapy accelerates recovery and healing, some physicians have recommended it to their patients suffering from injury, chronic pain, rheumatism, or arthritis. Some studies suggest that heat therapy may also be an effective treatment in the fight against mild depression, appetite loss, and anorexia.

The numerous benefits of thermotherapy

Benefits for the body

  • Promotes improved physical health
  • Encourages better sleep
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Deeply cleanses the body by eliminating toxins
  • Cleans, tones, and tightens the skin and gives it elasticity and firmness
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Encourages improved nutrient absorption and digestion
  • Slows body ageing

* Please note that temperature variations on the body may not be recommended for all. See your medical doctor if you doubt the benefits of thermotherapy on your body and / or medical condition.


Benefits for psychological and emotional health

  • Promotes improved mental health
  • Encourages relaxation and eliminates fatigue
  • Reduces accumulated stress and tension
  • Improves memory and mental alertness
  • Creates peace of mind

Benefits for athletes

  • Improves athletic performance
  • Soothes muscle aches and pains
  • Improves breathing (slower and deeper)
  • Aids body remineralization

Dare to experience wellness

This is why a visit to Nordik Spa-Nature contributes to your well-being, not only during the hours you spend here, but also during the days that follow. Heat therapy, physical activity, and healthy eating all contribute to improving your general health.

Improve Athletic Performance

Many high-profile athletes use heat therapy to recover from injury and to improve their endurance. Regular sauna use improves vascular and lung capacity, especially by increasing the amount of red blood cells, which carry oxygen into the bloodstream.