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A steaming sand bath is said to
offer therapeutic relief from neuralgia, rheumatism, back pain and
other ailments. You can regenerate your old body by getting into a
steaming hot sand bath. The aches and pains will just drift away and
you are regenerated.
In Japan, many are looking for unique
ways to keep warm, while reaping health benefits.
The warm sand by the sea in Kagoshima is among the hottest around
the globe. The closer one gets to the shore, the hotter it gets. At
some places, it is regarded to be around 85 degrees Celsius, while
the maximum temperature most people can withstand is around 50
Although the mechanism is said to be unknown, it is said to be the
only such place in the world.
Kazufumi Tateyama, Sand
Bath Hall Saraku said: "For women, it is effective
for those who have bad
shoulder aches and lower back pain joint issues. For the
it said to be good for those with skin diseases."
The steam bath at Ibusuki in
Japan have a recorded history of about 300 years. Since the late
1800s to 1930s, sand bathing has developed into a popular form of
therapy and treatment, which in turn has prompted some 60 inns to
And since the early days, many visitors believe that a good sand
bath is able to keep the doctor away.
Kagoshima University conducted a research study in 1985, to
examine the effects of the sand bath on blood pressure,
cardiovascular system, and respiratory system. It believed the sand
baths at Ibusuki are three to four times more effective than the
average hot spring.
Aside from the therapeutic effect, it helps to cool in the summer
and warm up in the winter, and it is no wonder that it attracts 500
to 600 visitors daily.
Balneotherapy is an accepted
therapeutic approach in Europe.There are different
balneotherapy modalities: Radon-carbon dioxide baths, mud
packs, hot sulphur baths, Dead Sea baths, Red Sea baths, and
grey sand. Several types of balneotherapy, including
radon-carbon dioxide baths, mud packs, hot sulphur baths,
combination of hot sulphur baths and mud packs, Dead Sea
baths, combination of Dead Sea baths and sulphur baths, and
Grey sand and Red Sea baths were found to be beneficial for
RA. These modalities were found to be especially beneficial
for pain, grip strength, tender/swollen joints, patient and
physician, and global function. These improvements ranged
from 5-93% greater improvement relative to the control
group. However, methodological considerations including the
poor quality of trials impact the conclusions of this