5 Health Benefits of Hot Tub Ownership

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Improved Sleep

Not getting enough ZZZ’s? You’re not alone. According to the American Sleep Association (ASA), 50 to 70 million adults in the United States suffer from sleep deprivation or another form of sleep disorder. Increasing your body’s temperature just before bedtime can help you relax, thus falling asleep quicker, and allowing you to rest in a deeper state. Try soaking in your hot tub two hours before bed.

Reduced Stress

The modern world expects us to manage family, social engagements and household, as well as our careers. These demands can leave the best us feeling stressed out. Enter the hot tub. The combination of hot water and massaging jets can help counteract the effects of stress, worry, and anxiety. Bring your body back to equilibrium by soaking in your hot tub with the jets on for fifteen to twenty minutes a day.

Lower Blood Pressure

When submerged in hot water, the body responds by stabilizing your internal temperature through increased blood flow. This in turn causes an increase in oxygen, antibodies, and white blood cells. The warmth causes the blood vessels to dilate, minimizing the resistance on the heart, leading to lower blood pressure. Please consult your physician before using a hot tub if you have high blood pressure.

Relief from Aches and Pains

One of the greatest benefits of hot tub use is increased circulation. Not only does this aide in maintaining homeostasis, but the added therapeutic benefits of the massaging jets help relax your muscles, easing inflammation. Soaking in a hot tub is a terrific way to relieve muscle soreness, arthritis, tendinitis, and carpal tunnel.

Skin Care

Soaking in a hot tub can lead to a healthy complexion. High temperatures encourage sweating, which helps to open the pores, drawing oil and dirt out of the skin. Stimulate the body’s circulation by gently rubbing in a circular motion from the head, down. Spend at least 15 minutes in your hot tub. Pay attention to the chemicals used in your spa to avoid reaping the opposite of your desired effect.

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