Recommendations for Cures and Warnings

The thermal spa cures are done every day from April 2nd to November 25th, 2017 (except for Saturday from April 2nd to September 30th excluding Sundays from October 2nd onward).

To cut the time for admitting those to cures who have already been our clients, we recommend you bring your “Bibione Thermae spa card” with you. To get the most out of therapy a cycle of at least 12 uninterrupted cures must be done as suggested by the National Healthcare Service.

It is recommended you do two treatment cycles preferably in spring and autumn each year.

All our welcome guests are asked to take a look at the helpful advice that has been prepared for those who undergo mud-balneotherapy and inhalation cures.

 

For the USERS OF THE MUD-BALNEOTHERAPY CURES

Useful information

The thermal spa crisis is a state of discomfort that manifests itself in those who undergo thermal spa cures, usually the fifth or sixth day. It is characterised by fatigue, insomnia and sometimes a slight increase in body temperature. It has been ascertained that its appearance does not affect the outcome of the cures. It lasts 1 to 2 days and generally does not require special treatments.

Although it may seem high, the level of humidity in certain environments is an integral part of the cure, and therefore essential and cannot be eliminated.

In respect of personal hygiene and the others being cured, it is necessary that clothing (slippers, swimsuits, etc.) are clean and used exclusively for the thermal spa cures.

In the department you must be quiet out of respect for those who are undergoing cures.

Slippers must be left poolside before going into the water.

Helpful advice
- It is recommended to avoid undergoing cures on an empty stomach from the night before and to have breakfast in the morning drinking tea or coffee together with food that can rapidly be digested and provide an adequate amount of energy like fruit marmalade or honey. It’s best to avoid drinking milk and yogurt that takes a long time to digest, or to eat them at least two hours before the cures. It’s best to have meals about five hours before undergoing the mud balneotherapy cures.-We recommend you increase your intake of fluids and minerals the days of the cures: still water, tea, fruit juices, fresh fruit and raw vegetables.-It is best to reduce physical exercise and sun exposure during the period of the cures.-It is best to avoid undergoing cures during your menstrual period. If you get it after already having started cures, it is recommended to stop treatment for two or three days.-Having finished the mud-balneotherapy, it is necessary that those being cured wait for at least 20 minutes in a suitable environment to allow for an adequate development of the “reaction phase”, which is an integral part of the treatment.-It is best that those who do a single balneotherapy take a shower in the locker rooms before getting into the tub.
Once done with the cures, before going out into the open, it is best to stay around in the thermal spa establishment for a while, especially during the cooler months of the year. This precaution will let your body gradually readjust to the outside environment so that you don’t experience brusque changes in temperature.

 

For USERS OF INHALATION CURES

Helpful information

The thermal spa crisis is a state of discomfort that manifests itself in those who undergo thermal spa cures, usually the fifth or sixth day. It is characterised by fatigue, insomnia and sometimes a slight increase in body temperature. It has been ascertained that its appearance does not affect the outcome of the cures. It lasts 1 to 2 days and generally does not require special treatments. The compartmental thermal spa crisis is a sensation of relapse (thermal spa crisis) that involves the bodily compartment undergoing cures: in this case the Respiratory System. It may appear, however rarely, with a temporary reappearance of symptoms of the disease in acute stage: congestion of the mucous membrane with “clogged nose”, increase in secretions, cough, headache and fatigue. In this case, too, their appearance does not influence the result of the inhalation cures and goes away in 1 to 2 days without requiring special treatments. Sometimes it can be useful to stop the cures for one - two days. The level of humidity in some rooms and in particular in the nebulisation room – although it may seem high – is an integral part of the cure, and therefore essential and not eliminable.
Helpful advice

Once the cures are finished, before going out into the open, it is best to stay around in the thermal spa establishment for a little while, especially in the cooler months of the year. This precaution will let your body gradually readjust to the outside environment, avoiding brusque changes in temperature.

It is best to reduce physical exercise and sun exposure during the period of the cures.

In the departments you must be quiet out of respect for those who are undergoing cures.