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Medical Conditions

Treysgawen Hall Spa is a place for relaxation and wellness. Our treatments are carried out by fully qualified therapists but as we have limited knowledge of medical conditions, we advise that you read the following prior to your treatment or spa day.

If you have had or are suffering from severe allergies, ill health, a particular medical condition or are pregnant we advise you to speak to your GP prior to arrival to ensure you can use the spa facilities, services and treatments. In some instances we may require written confirmation from your Doctor.

The set of guidelines below is not an exhaustive list and only serves to highlight some of the main medical indicators where the use of the facilities, services or treatments may not be advised:

•    Pregnancy
•    Mobility problems
•    Verruca* / Warts
•    Heart problems
•    Epilepsy
•    Skin disease / disorders
•    Diabetes
•    Metal pins / plates
•    Claustrophobia
•    Ear infections
•    Cancer
•    Surgery in the last 3 months to visit
•    Nut or wheat allergies
•    Seafood / Shellfish allergies

All treatments booked are subject to medical status. We reserve the right to refuse treatments if we feel it is not in the best interest of the guest.
 
GUIDELINES FOR USING THE THERMAL SUITE - Precautions
Pregnancy – heat treatments are not recommended for anyone during any stage of pregnancy, especially the first trimester.  It's advisable to avoid them because of the risks of overheating, dehydration and fainting. During pregnancy you may feel hotter than normal so use of the thermal area may cause overheating.

Cardiovascular Conditions - If you have suffered a recent heart attack, you should avoid using steam rooms or saunas. If you have heart or blood pressure problems, never alternate the steam/sauna with a cold shower in quick succession.
If you have high or low blood pressure which is not controlled by medication you should not use the steam or sauna.


It can be safe to use a steam room if your blood pressure is under control, but you should get out immediately if you start to feel uncomfortable.
Alcohol and Drugs - If you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, do not use the steam/sauna/spa bath. There is a risk of falling asleep, overheating and other conditions which are dangerous to your health.

Guests must ensure that verrucas / foot conditions are suitably covered in the interests of hygiene whilst using the facilities.

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