2015
DOI: 10.23853/bsehm.2017.0385
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Abstract: Caracterización del aerosol marino. Calvo AI, Castro A, Fraile R. RESUMENEn el lenguaje de las ciencias de la atmósfera, el término aerosol designa a las partículas sólidas y/o líquidas presentes en suspensión en una masa de aire, con exclusión de las gotas (o cristales) de nubes y de lluvia. El aerosol marino forma parte del ecosistema y condiciona el clima marítimo así como sus efectos sobre el organismo. En la talasoterapia, el aerosol marino presente en la atmósfera ambiental que se respira adquiere una gr… Show more

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“…Heat promotes skin vasodilation, hyperemia, perspiration and pore dilation, and improves the assimilation and penetration of the peloid's essential elements into tissues [17]. Concerning the peloid's temperature, in dermatological treatments, it is applied, in a thin layer, at temperatures between 36 • C and 37 • C and in rheumatic or musculoskeletal treatments, direct application to the skin at temperatures between 44 • C and 45 • C is considered [18].…”
Section: Pelotherapymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Heat promotes skin vasodilation, hyperemia, perspiration and pore dilation, and improves the assimilation and penetration of the peloid's essential elements into tissues [17]. Concerning the peloid's temperature, in dermatological treatments, it is applied, in a thin layer, at temperatures between 36 • C and 37 • C and in rheumatic or musculoskeletal treatments, direct application to the skin at temperatures between 44 • C and 45 • C is considered [18].…”
Section: Pelotherapymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Portugal most natural mineral waters used in Thermal spas are of sulfurous or "sulfúrea" (in Portuguese) typology, mainly occurring in the central region of the country. Teixeira (2009;2013b) enhances the physical and physical-chemical properties of Portuguese natural mineral waters, as well as the methodologies used for their application in "Crenotherapy" or Thermalism.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%