36.5°C thermal water

Because it's good for you.

Once immersed in the thermal waters, the body enters an altered physical environment, so the body experiences changes in hydraulic pressure, buoyancy, water density and thermal conditions. These physical properties of the thermal waters can affect the heart, lungs, circulatory system, kidneys, motor skills, blood and hormones.

The main effects of the thermal water include: a decrease in wall tension in the resistance vessels of the legs (30%), blood flow increase (30%), improved lung perfusion and ventilation, a decrease in arterial blood pressure, an increase in cardiac function (stroke volume and cardiac output to rise by 25%).