Kneipp path is a treatment procedure originating from the 19th century and is named after its inventor, healer and priest Sebastian Kneipp. The actual procedure consists in the alternating use of hot and cold water. Kneipp path is basically formed of two pools with pebbles. The first pool water temperature is about 40°C, patients are walking there for one minute and then they move, for 5-10 seconds, to the second pool where the water temperature is about 12°C. This regular cycle repeats several times. The procedure activates autonomous nerves which improve blood circulation in limbs and general metabolism.
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