Hot tubs are fun!
A hot tubs are a great way to relax at the end of the day as well as a great way to entertain friends. Hot tubs also provide health benefits using hydrotherapy, or warm water therapy.
Hydrotherapy consists of three main ingredients: heat, buoyancy and massage. Together these elements create an experience that is both relaxing and healthy. Using your hot tub on a regular basis provides health benefits that go far beyond just relaxation and pleasure. Whether you are experiencing joint or muscle pain, having trouble sleeping, or are just plain stressed out, spending time in hot tubs can provide therapeutic benefits for almost anyone.
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Hot Tub Lighting LED multicolored lighting is much more than just energy-efficient, it’s an integral part of your hot tub experience. Lighting sets the mood from peaceful and calming (low intensity blue/green) to sensual and romantic (moderate intensity red or amber) to a party atmosphere (bright alternating colors) all the while making your hot tub fun and safe to enjoy after dark.
Aromatherapy Fragrances have been used for centuries to both relax and heighten the senses. Your sense of smell can trigger memories, influence moods, and sharpen the mind. Explore your personal aromatherapy experience. Renew your spirit and soothe your soul. Choose from our luxurious fragrances from inSPAration®.
Water Features Water effects are more than just for fun. Water features add another important dimension to your hot tub experience. Relaxation is enhanced while listening to the gentile sounds of a babbling brook or waves lapping up on the beach at sunset. Lay back and allow these features to bathe your senses in restful recuperative comfort.
Stress, Headaches and Sleep Warm water massage stimulates the body to release endorphins that reduce stress naturally. In addition to stress reduction, hot tub hydrotherapy jets also dilate blood vessels to help prevent headaches. When it comes to falling asleep faster and getting a good night’s sleep, the National Sleep Foundation clearly stated, “Soaking in hot water, such as a hot tub or bath, before retiring to bed can ease the transition into a deeper sleep.”
Sore Muscles The Hydrotherapy use of hot tubs by athletes has skyrocketed. Tennis Magazine said it best: “Your skin and muscles loosen and relax from the increased blood circulation” adding that if muscles are injured: “A soak in a hot tub or whirlpool increases blood flow to the injured area, bringing nutrients to help repair the damage.”
Arthritis The Arthritis Foundation concluded that warm water Hydrotherapy can help those with arthritis.“Hydrotherapy is one method of using water to help treat arthritis. The soothing warmth and buoyancy of the water makes it a safe, ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain. Using a spa adds another component to the therapy – massage.”
Diabetes Hot tub hydrotherapy may also aid in controlling diabetes. A Colorado study of diabetes patients who soaked in a hot tub 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week found the average blood sugar level of the group dropped 13%. It concluded that the use of a hot tub lowers blood pressure and blood sugar level.
Other Medical Conditions The muscle relaxing and joint loosening benefits of hot tubs help those with depression, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Tendonitis, Scoliosis and Bursitis. Hot tubs have even been known to provide significant help for those afflicted with Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy.
Emotional Satisfaction Be it enjoying your hot tub with friends and family, quietly pondering the stars, or simply catching snowflakes on your tongue, the time spent in your hot tub is quality time indeed. Take time to enjoy life – you’re worth it.
Hydrotherapy studies have shown that the health benefits of immersion in warm water with massage jet action include the relaxation of muscles, lowering of blood pressure, loosening of arthritis joints, as well as help with the control of blood sugar and body weight.
It is recommended that you consult your Physician for specific guidance as to the proper use of a hot tub.