Mineral waters, which are used in the hospital, rise from the Upper Cretaceous-upper ocenea thicket of rocks. An underground lake lies in the depth range 1224-1594 m.
Based on the conclusion of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Medical Rehabilitation and Resortology, in its physico-chemical composition, water from the source is characterized as highly thermal, iodine-bromine, boron, chloride, sodium, high mineralization, neutral-weak-grained.
Formula of chemical composition:
|J 0,005-0,040||M29,0-35,0 Cl>90||pH 6,8-8 од.pH|
|Br 0,050-0,150||(Na+K)>90||T 43,0 - 45,0 C0|
|H3 BO3 0,200-0,350|
|Mineralization:||29,0 - 35,0 g/dm3|
The stability of the basic chemical composition of water is confirmed by preclinical studies. The content of iodine, bromine, orthoboric acid in water gives it some uniqueness.
Physico-chemical properties, microbial cenosis and sanitary-bacteriological parameters of thermal mineral water recommend its use for medicinal purposes by external application.
The external application of mineral waters affects the organism both at the systemic and at the cellular level, which is manifested by the activation of chemical, enzymatic, oxidation-reducing processes, normalization of the functional state of the nervous system, glands of the internal secretion, restoration of regulation of immunological reactivity, metabolism, and repair processes.
The uniqueness of the healing properties of this water is the balneological resort in one row, such as the Hungarian Bath Sections Secheny, the Baths in Baden-Baden, the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, although for some physical and chemical indicators, water from our source is much higher than the content and concentration of healing substances, and the combination of procedures with the warm Azov Sea in general raises the therapeutic and preventive effectiveness.
Mineral waters of this deposit have long been checked by time. More than one generation of patients and people who come to a hydropathic hospital for prophylaxis speak for themselves.
The use of natural mineral water for medical purposes has historically been called balneotherapy from the Latin "balneum" - a bath. Experimental physiological studies allowed to predict the spectrum of biological effects of water for the normalization of the state of the peripheral and autonomic nervous system, treatment of vegetative-vascular dystonias, asthenic and neurosis-like states, diseases of the musculoskeletal system, female genital organs, diseases of the metabolism, urinary system, skin diseases, and subcutaneous tissue.
For a more detailed description of the effects of water on various diseases, see the section "Indications / Contraindications".