SPAs are considered, by collective imagination, a relaxation place. The beneficial effect however, is not only a collective representation but is actually proven by scientific studies, which confirm that the so-called “happy hormone” is stimulated by exposure to thermal environment. Several publications show that by undergoing thermal treatments, the brain has an increase of beta endorphins, those naturally-produced hormones that have a positive effect on mood, regulating it, stimulate euphoria and help better withstand stress thanks to the analgesic and exciting activities produced that give a sensation of pleasure and rise the threshold of pain tolerance.
Scientific studies and research show that thanks to thermal mud the production of beta endorphins, already present in our body, increases and that the number of happy hormones remains high even during the months following treatment.
Even just a day in the thermal pools, repeated several times throughout the year, can have a revitalizing and beneficial effect on the body, stimulating relaxation and increasing the feeling of euphoria.