There are so many positive changes your body will experience when it comes to spa therapy (especially regular at-home usage).
Soaking in a hot tub makes you feel physically better when you’re in the water, and mentally well after rising out of it.
A Hot Water Soak Does You GOOD
We all know and love a good soak in the tub!
An at-home spa helps you to relax, sleep better and develop a better posture. Regular hydrotherapy is a lifestyle choice that makes you become a healthier YOU.
It doesn't matter how good or bad the day has been when you get in that hot tub, you can immediately put that behind you and experience true bliss and an escape.
An at-home spa can continue to positively change people's lives.
It’s the ideal setting to chat and catch up with family and friends while enjoying a crystal clear bubbly soak.
And it’s the perfect excuse to leave your phone at a distance for fear of giving it a soak too!
Spa hydrotherapy sessions will help you become more health conscious and so many aspects of your life can get better. From trying to eat more organically grown produce to becoming more attentive to your health condition - physically and emotionally, we want to take care of ourselves and our nearest and dearest around us.
What does stress really do to the body? It shuts down the blood flow, when you're stressed out, your body goes into a mini flight or fight mode condition.
When you sit in hot water with a temperature of around 101°F (39.°C), your blood flow becomes 131% better.
Heartbeat's 33% better - blood flowing to over 70 trillion cells, good things are happening, your body's awakening and rejuvenating
Aids Muscle Pain Relief
As the heat and massaging-action from the jets relaxes your body, giving you a wonderful water massage and reduces built-up tension, the buoyancy of the water will also help in lifting the weight and pressure from your sore muscles.
Soaking in a hot tub regularly can help anyone who suffers from aches, and pains.
Mental, and Physical Healing
An at-home spa (especially placed outdoors) can offer you the perfect place for some well-deserved rest.
As you dip your body in the luxurious heat of the jet-driven water, you can almost feel all your stress and tension seamlessly fade away.
Relaxation is important to your happiness and overall quality of life to have time for yourself from time to time.
If that means taking 30 minutes to an hour at the end of a long day to enjoy the peaceful nature and the warmth of your hot tub, then so be it!
Getting enough quality sleep is important for your overall well-being. Developing a relaxing routine before bed, especially a hot soak helps you calm your mind, and results in a restful night.
How does a hot-night soak help? It may help in facilitating the transition into a deeper sleep by reducing your body tension and stress.
There is a research team led by Shahab Haghayegh, a Ph.D. candidate in the department of biomedical engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, who conducted a systematic data analysis evaluating a study about how a hot bath can improve sleep.
The researchers reviewed 5,322 studies and used about a dozen with solid methodologies to make their conclusions.
According to the results, bathing one to two hours for 90 minutes before bedtime with a water temperature of 40 to 43°C (104 to 109°F) can help you fall asleep for an average of 10 minutes, which is quicker than normal.
The report explored the effects of how body heat can affect the ability to sleep faster and longer.
Perfect Way To Get Away From Screens
It's no question that it is difficult to escape modern technologies, which are around us, from mobile devices and tablets to televisions, computers, and more.
Luckily, a hot tub can provide the perfect escape from any technology.
How? You wouldn’t want to risk dropping your mobile gadgets into the bubbling hot water, right?
The time you spend away from it adds to the rejuvenating and relaxing hot tub experience.
You can simply play some relaxing music, turn up the jets, or add some aromatherapy scents for added entertainment.
Hydrotherapy as an Exercise For the Disabled
A data from GOV.UK states that physical inactivity is responsible for one in six UK deaths (equal to smoking) and is estimated to cost the UK £7.4 billion annually (including £0.9 billion to the NHS alone).
Unfortunately, our population is around 20% less active than in the 1960s. If current trends continue, it will be 35% less active by 2030.
Many people don’t realise that physical activity has significant benefits for health, both physical and mental, and can help to prevent and manage over 20 chronic conditions and diseases, including some cancers, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and depression.
The benefits of soaking in a hot tub offer people with comorbidities almost the same as working out or exercising.
Their physical limitations make them unable to do physical fitness activities and make them excluded from most sports.
Fortunately, there are many para-sports to choose from. However, it may still offer a limited range of health benefits, compared to sports that utilise skills (running, boxing, etc.).
The importance of physical activity for all people, including the disabled, is important to live a better life.
Hot tubs can offer people with comorbidities the opportunity to stay active the same with able-bodied persons.
Using a home spa for fitness can help to eliminate a variety of secondary illnesses, which is associated with an inactive lifestyle due to physical limitation.
The ability of the disabled to move more freely while in a hot tub can be a freeing feeling, which can result in incredible effects on their mindset. A home spa is indeed a great way of improving both the mind and body.
Hot tubs make disabled and abled persons work better, become happier, and be stress-free.
Being stressed will result in difficulties working hard, and it can also damage your body, putting you at risk for many illnesses.
An at-home spa can help you work better, fight stress, and lead a more well-rounded life.