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Sleep disorder treatment in France

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Think of spa therapy as a sleep disorder treatment. Spa therapy in France has therefore decided to focus on sleep. 

Insomnia is the century's disease. When we know that one in three active people have trouble sleeping, and that one in five is regarded as insomniac, sleep can quickly become a daily concern, especially in times of stress.

Spa therapy has therefore decided to focus on sleep.

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Sleep disorder treatment in Molitg-les-Bains and Bains-les-Bains

Sleep apnea is disabling, even dangerous (breathing breaks of 10 to 30 seconds that can be repeated up to a hundred times a night, affecting more than 4% of adults). Sleep apnea is mainly due to a relaxation of the tongue and throat muscles that obstructs the air flow.

The Chaine Thermale du Soleil offers a "Sleep well to live well" spa treatment at the Baths of Molitg-les-Bains, in addition to an 18-day conventional treatment for rheumatology or respiratory tract. 

And at the Baths of Molitg-les-Bains and Bains-les-Bains, La Chaine Thermale offers a mini sleep cure made up of 24 thermal treatments: 

  • hydro massage bed
  • weightless kaolin bath
  • hydromassage penetrating shower
  • general shower
  • high-pressure jets in the pool
  • Wood light fog bath
  • naturopathy workshop
  • watsu session
  • sophrology music therapy
  • Nordic walking...

Sleep disorder treatment in Saujon

Insomnia and sleep disorders can have many consequences on private and professional life for people who suffer from them. 

To cope with the insomnia vicious circle, it is recommended to:

  •  change your lifestyle
  • follow a healthy diet
  • start regular physical activity
  • get appropriate psychological counselling

All these elements are gathered in a spa treatment. The Ecole Thermale du Stress offers a new 5-day course, in addition to a free treatment, "Recovering a natural sleep" with specific psycho-educational workshops and relaxation sessions.

The objective of the program is to:

  • better understand your sleep
  • identify the origins of your dysfunction
  • acquire tools to help you recover a natural sleep

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