Hydrotherapy or water treatment rightly relate to water bath. But make it sure that it is soothing and relaxing you instead of giving uncomfortable feeling.
The goals of hydrotherapy are to improve the circulation and quality of blood. This is important because blood delivers nutrients to and removes wastes from tissues and organs. If circulation is poor or slow, healing nutrients cannot be delivered and toxins cannot be removed, which causes degeneration of the tissues and organs. By improving the quality of blood, more nutrients are available for cells to use and toxins are managed more efficiently. General therapeutic uses of hydrotherapy include: --Pain and swelling of injuries, Fever, Elimination of toxin, Antispasmodic, Constipation, Improve immune function..
Water bath is more relaxing and stress releasing.
Hydrotherapy, formerly called hydropathy, is a part of medicine and alternative medicine, in particular of naturopathy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy, that involves the use of water for pain relief and treatment.