Warm foot baths are a simple procedure that removes fatigue (even after standing or walking for several hours) and tension. Warm baths help make it easier to tolerate hot flashes. Baths are a good anti-stress remedy. It is enough for the water to cover the ankles. Water temperature is important. Too hot baths are undesirable for people with carcinogenic problems (pelvic organs), varicose veins and a tendency to thrombosis. Warm foot baths help women during the menstrual break. A woman’s menstrual break begins around the age when her mother’s break begins. The time of menopausal changes is programmed. If you have a healthy life and diet and enough sleep then the menopause can be delayed for one to two years.
Hot bath recipe for stress relief: use a deep bath bowl. Fill a bowl with warm water at a temperature of 38-42 degrees C. Place a thermos of hot water next to this bowl. As the bath cools, gradually give boiling water from a thermos bottle. Warm your feet in this bath for about 20 to 30 minutes. When you don’t have enough time use a warm bath for at least 10 minutes.