There are so many reasons why we take a trip to a spa, from relieving stress to soothing sore joints and muscles. It is a real feel-good experience. With hot tubs and swim spas, you can create this every day in the comfort of your own home. They are the perfect way to ease away the pressures of the day and the added health benefits are undoubtedly legendary. With the installation of a hot tub or swim spa, you can transform your backyard into your own little slice of paradise, geared toward your each and every need, with healing and wellness in mind. All you have to do is turn up the jets, play some soothing music, and immerse your body into the soothing heat of the crystal-clear water. We promise, you’ll experience the healing and rejuvenation long after you exit the spa.
Benefits of owning a Hot tub
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Soaking in a hot tub can help you feel relaxed, rejuvenated and truly revived.
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HydrotherapyHarness the power of hydrotherapy to soothe your aching body and speed up the recovery of muscular conditions. For centuries, the healing power of water has been used to treat headaches, diabetes, muscle pain, and joint injuries. Now it has never been easier, thanks to the great selection of hot tubs and swim spas, to target problem areas with jets of water. Lie back and let the warm water bubbles improve your health and wellbeing.
PainStep into a hot tub and enjoy the feeling of relaxation and tranquility. The best hot tubs use hydro massage to help you unwind - sit back and let fatigue flow away as your mind calms and rests. The feeling of weightlessness in the water is recommended for sufferers of arthritis and fibromyalgia as it relieves tension yet still supports muscles. That’s when feel-good endorphins are released, which act as a natural pain reliever to reduce muscle pain.
CirculationMeanwhile, the warm water acts to raise the body temperature, increasing blood flow and improving circulation. The best hot tubs can be used to heal injured tissue and rehabilitate damaged muscles and joints. A real bonus is the effect hydrotherapy has on boosting the immune system. Water therapy stimulates white blood cells that strengthen the immune system, making it easier to fight colds through the winter months. If you turn the water temperature up, the body will eliminate toxins and impurities by flushing them out the skin.
ExercisesThe best hot tubs aren’t all about relaxation, get moving with simple exercises that can help to tone the body. Strengthen the abs by leaning back, breathing slowly and softly contracting the abdominal muscles on the breath out. Work legs by leaning back, breathing slowly, bringing one leg into the body and then extending. And strengthen shoulder and neck muscles by rotating the shoulders in a circular motion, forwards and backwards. Then, close the eyes and focus on breathing, a little piece of meditation that’s easy to fit into any daily routine to calm the body and the soul.
TherapyUse water-based therapies with aromatherapy, Watsu, yoga, reflexology or aquatic therapy for great results. Outdoor swim spas provide the ideal opportunity to get active. A low-impact cardio workout in the running water means the heart gets going and boosts weight loss. Unlike traditional swimming pools, outdoor swim spas provide a versatile, compact and energy efficient answer to a home workout.
SleepFor anyone who suffers from insomnia or has broken sleeping patterns, hot tubs and swim spas add up to a restful night. The raised body temperature and buoyancy boost relaxation, then when the temperature drops as you step out of the water it actually induces a much deeper sleep. Not to mention the reduced muscle tension and soothed joint pain can make it easier to get comfortable once you hit the sheets, helping you to fall asleep quicker and stay asleep longer.
StressAre you feeling stressed? Whether it’s been a particularly long day or this just isn’t your week, a long soak in your spa might do you some good. The combination of the warm water, soothing jets, relaxing music, and even some spa scents can help create an environment dedicated to rest and relaxation. Alone or with a friend, soaking in a hot tub is one of the best ways to reduce stress and feel better. Even if it just means separating yourself from modern technology for 20 minutes a day.