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The Effect of Medicated Bath on Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Medicine bath has a unique effect on the human body, which has been valued by the medical community since ancient times. At present, the common types of medical baths in the market are mainly divided into three categories, including whole-body bath, sitz bath, and foot bath.
 
The steps are very simple, patients only need to pour the dissolved medicine into the bathtub or tub with the water temperature and quantity adjusted, and then soak your body in the water; people can gradually feel the changes of your body in the process of bathing.
 
 
From the perspective of current research, a medicated bath can promote blood circulation, speed up metabolism, regulate channels and viscera, improve blood circulation and relieve pain, relax muscles and collaterals, connect bones and tendons, warm muscles and regulate joint dysfunction, as well as prevent diseases and keep fit.
 
The therapeutic effect of medicine bath is various. Firstly, it is directly related to the effect of water itself. When the drug is dissolved in water, the so-called drug solution is formed.
 
Compared with oral administration and other ways of administration, it has the following characteristics:
 
Direct absorption
 
The skin has the function of absorbing the chemicals in contact with it. The drugs dissolved in water, fat, and other solvents can be absorbed by the skin. Of course, water-soluble drugs are still more important.
 
Although the drugs absorbed through the skin are not as direct, rapid and can be administered in large quantities as oral drugs and intravenous drugs, they have the advantages of continuous, gentle, small side effects and do not cause gastrointestinal reactions. Therefore, it is especially suitable for chronic diseases.

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