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Karlovy Vary

Population 10538275 person

Area 78866 km2

Official language Czech

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Karlovy Vary Every person is individually responsible for his/her health and it is better to realize this truth already in the youth. People do not die of an old age, but of diseases. In turn, the diseases should be both healed and prevented.

The given factors explain the popularity of spa treatment with mineral water from natural sources. For example, the effect of the Karlovy Vary drinking therapy is confirmed by more than five hundred years of experience, that, in comparison with a century of experience in the use of aspirin, is quite a lot. However, everything should be seriatim.

Indications for a stay at the resort:

– Diseases of the digestive tract:

• stomach dyspepsia, gastritis,
• peptic ulcer and ulcer of duodenum,
• conditions after operations on the stomach and duodenum,
• conditions after severe intestinal infections,
• chronic liver disease, gallbladder with cholelithiasis,
• proctocolitis,
• conditions following acute hepatitis and pancreatitis,
• chronic diseases of the pancreas;

-Metabolic diseases:

• diabetes, preferably of type II
• stabilization of the state with diabetes of type I,
• gout, obesity, disorders of fat (lipid) metabolism,
• atherosclerosis,
• increased blood cholesterol level;

– Diseases of the musculoskeletal system:

• pain syndromes of the spine and joints,
• arthritis and arthrosis of large joints,
• functional disorders of the spine and its degenerative-dystrophic changes (osteochondrosis of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine);

• the state of stress and spiritual emptiness;
– Periodontal diseases (gingivitis, periodontitis, periodontal disease);
– Restorative, prophylactic and health-building treatments.

The methods used for treatment:

– Mineral baths;
– Hydrotherapy;
– Massages;
– Thermal applications;
– Electrotherapy;
– Reflexology;
– Lymphatic drainage;
– Phototherapy;
– Oxygen therapy.

General contraindications:

– Stenosis, including postoperative ones;
– Penetration of ulcers;
– Chronic parasitic and bacillar bowel diseases;
– Cholangitis, stone obstruction;
– Acute pancreatitis;
– Hepatic impairment;
– Malignant tumors;
– Decompensated diabetes;
– Creatinine in urine above 200 mmol;
– Clinical symptoms of circulatory disorders;
– Cachexia;
– Epilepsy;
– Acute mental illness;
– Alcoholic syndrome;
– Incontinence of urine and stool;
– Pregnancy;
– Hypertension with a diastolic pressure above 110 mm Hg .;
– Herniated discs;
– Active concrements of gall bladder.