Hot tub

Sure, your spa is lux­u­ri­ous and super relax­ing and just feels sooooooo good at the end of a long, hard day. And that’s def­i­nitely a health ben­e­fit in itself.

But there’s a lot more that your hot tub or spa is doing for you… every time you soak. Think of your hot tuba s a healing hot tub.

Here are just a few of the health benefits:

A good night’s sleep. Do you know how sweet and deep your sleep can be after you have a soak in the spa? That may be because of the increase and drop in your body tem­per­a­ture. The rec­om­mended tim­ing is to jump in your spa about 90 min­utes before bedtime.

Lower blood pres­sure. You might think that soak­ing in hot water would raise blood pres­sure, but it actu­ally can have the oppo­site effect as it causes the blood ves­sels to open up. (But do check with your doc­tor before jump­ing in the spa.)

Chronic pain relief. Peo­ple with fibromyal­gia or other sim­i­lar con­di­tions do find relief from soak­ing, along with light stretches in the water.

Joint pain relief. Soak­ing in a spa is called “hydrother­apy” and accord­ing to the Arthri­tis Foun­da­tion can pro­vide relief for all kinds of joint pain, includ­ing arthri­tis and rheuma­toid arthritis.

Next time you soak, know that you are doing your mind, body and spirit so much good.

And if you’re reading to create your own healing spa, give us a call. We offer a complimentary consultation and love to talk about your vision.

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