March 03, 2015 | John Paul Catanzaro
At least once a week, take a salt bath for 20-30 minutes. Do this about an hour before bed. Make a complete restoration soup out of it by combining magnesium salts, sea salts, sodium bicarbonate, a few drops of calming essential oils, and a splash of apple cider vinegar. Experiment with different combinations to see which recipe works best for you.
As I mention in the video, try combining salt baths with cold showers for a unique contrast effect. Just hop out of the hot tub into a cold shower and back into the tub again. If you’re really stiff, you can end with a cold shower.
Salt baths help with aches, pains, and sore muscles, so anyone that lifts weights will benefit from them. One word of caution though: Don’t take a salt bath if you have high blood pressure or a heart or kidney condition without consulting your doctor first.