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Cooling off in the open air with a stream of fresh cool water after leaving the sauna is the traditional method of how to strengthen health and start up the body to deal with everyday challenges successfully.
Effect: regeneration, boosting the immune system, stimulation, circulation to the skin
Indications: After a stay in the sauna, cooling off in the ice-cold shower leads to stimulating the immune system and increases the number of red and white blood cells.
Contraindications: suppurating skin diseases, fungal infections, infectious disease, open wounds, conditions after deep vein thrombosis, epilepsy, all acute attacks of chronic diseases, infectious diseases, bleeding conditions, mental illness, fever, febrile states, pregnancy, relative contraindication age of 70 years
Recommendation: The heated body of a healthy person can stand the burden of the rapid cooling without difficulties.
People with health problems, particularly cardiovascular ones, are recommended to properly consider the health risks of going into the cold water.