Health Benefits of a Hot Tub
Take a Dip in the Hydrotherapy Pool…Doctor’s Orders!
Did you know that owning a hot tub can actually help improve your overall health and well-being? Hydrotherapy provides endless benefits to those suffering with health ailments.
Arthritis sufferers will experience the benefit of calming warm water to sooth sore muscles and joints, while increasing circulation. In addition, the massaging jets promote relaxation and tranquility. Using a hot tub for exercise is also a wonderful way to relax arthritic joints and muscles easily and peacefully.
The use of hot tubs by diabetics has been shown to reduce blood sugar levels, which may allow diabetics to reduce their daily insulin intake. Hot tub usage also helps increase blood flow through the body, which is hugely beneficial to those with diabetes.
Hot tub therapy is the perfect way to manage pain as the pulsating jets provide a blissful massage, relieving stress and loosening tight muscles. Headaches, backaches, and chronic pain can be managed and even improved through hot tub usage as overall circulation is improved throughout the body.
It is difficult for you to exercise on a hard surface? Water exercise in a hot tub is much easier than traditional exercise, and can be beneficial to everyone’s health. The warm water helps strengthen muscles, and provides resistance to make exercise more effective and enjoyable.
High Blood Pressure
Regular hot tub usage can help alleviate high blood pressure by providing a relaxing, soothing environment to melt stress away. Hydrotherapy encourages the release of stress reducing endorphins, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Finally, if you are one of the 132 million Americans who suffers from a sleep disorder, a hot tub will help you have sweet dreams. Just a short soak before bedtime will lead to a sounder, more relaxing night’s sleep, and reduce sleeplessness and fatigue. More sleep will leave you renewed and invigorated in the morning.
A hot tub is more than just a fun way to relax and spend quality time with your family. It’s your perfect prescription for pain. It’s the key to a healthier, happier you!