Carbon dioxide procedures
Carbon dioxide bath
Basic treatment procedure using a mineral water source, the analysis of which shows a very high content of free carbon dioxide content. In carbonic baths, carbon dioxide is absorbed through the skin, resulting in vascular expansion, thereby lowering blood pressure and decreasing heartbeat. Blood circulation and oxygenation increases. Carbonated baths have a positive effect on the cardiac and vascular system. We also recommend it for muscular system diseases.
Dry carbon dioxide bath
Also called "bathing in a bag", it is done by enclosing the body, except the head, into a special plastic bag filled with carbon dioxide. Vasodilatation from the arteries to the capillaries, which improves the blood circulation in the skin, muscles, and all organs. It aids faster healing of wound and scars, alleviates venous and lymph swelling, it has analgesic effect and a beneficial effect on migraines, depression, insomnia. The therapy is also suitable for patients who suffer from cold legs and hands syndrome.
Spring gas Insufflation
It is a subcutaneous application of carbon dioxide, performed by the usual technique for administering subcutaneous injections. CO 2 from a tank is used. The immediate effect is an unpleasant or slightly painful feeling with a pressure component at the injection spot, but it disappears within minutes. It causes vasodilatation, works analgesically, and in case of repeated administration it improves the function of damaged tissues. Only on doctor's prescription.