From Latin temperature, the temperature is a physical magnitude which reflects the amount of hot, whether of a body, an object or the environment. This magnitude is linked to the notion of cold (lower temperature) and hot (higher temperature)
The temperature is related to the inner energy of thermodynamic systems, according to movement of its particles , and quantifies the activity of the molecules of the matter : the more sensitive energy, the more temperature.
He state , the solubility of matter and volume , among other issues, depend on the temperature. In the case of water at normal atmospheric pressure, if it is at a temperature below 0ºC, it will be shown in a solid state (frozen); if it appears at a temperature between 1ºC and 99ºC, it will be in a liquid state; if the temperature is 100ºC or higher, finally, the water will present a state gaseous (steam).
The temperature also allows reference to the heat level of the body of the human being Yet the fever : "My son is hot" can be synonymous with “My son is with a fever”.
The temperature in medicine
Both in the case of medicine Traditional as an alternative, the use of high or low temperatures for various treatments is used by many professionals and with a wide range of different objectives.
The waters thermal, for example, are appreciated for their anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects; In addition, it is a natural resource that emerges from the earth, be it spontaneously or with human intervention. Although its composition varies according to the characteristics of the region through which they travel, they usually contain iron, iodine, fluorine and sodium, among other minerals of great importance.
This method of healing, so popular worldwide, begins to act as soon as a person is submerged in water; the high temperature impacts it immediately and the absorption of the different minerals through the skin takes place. These are directed to tissue subcutaneous cell and act in various ways beneficial to the body.
In addition to the physical pleasure experienced during a thermal bath, numerous healing actions take place, such as:
* the stimulation of defenses;
* debugging the blood, since toxins and other wastes are expelled through sweat;
* in the case of suffering from rheumatism, a reactivation of the metabolism and a reeducation of the system which regulates body temperature, capacity that many rheumatics lose;
* analgesic effects (one of its best known properties);
* such muscle relaxation that allows treating edema and other conditions of the style, in addition to contractures and joint problems, toning and reconstituting the nervous system.
The list of benefits for humans continues, and outside the treatment of diseases and bone or muscle problems, one of its strengths is that combat stress, typical of the pace of life of today's societies. Only for the latter, access to the thermal baths would significantly improve the mood of any person, increasing their energies and preparing them to face the day to day with more strength and with a positive look.
However, taking into account that the frequency and duration recommended by specialists is once a day, for more than a fortnight, it is clear that it is not a resource accessible to anyone, but a luxury. It is a case similar to the massage sessions, since these are treatments with the potential to improve people's lives, beyond what is strictly medicinal.