It's true, you can't buy good health. But, there are ways to keep yourself healthy, such as trying hot tub therapy or also known as hydrotherapy.
Using water to maintain a healthy body is a natural way that can alleviate various health aspects, such as back pain, posture, skin health and anxiety.
There is no better way for you to enjoy hydrotherapy than in a professional hot tub from Sunbeach Spas, a leading UK designer and manufacturer.
Experience a blissful bathing experience and keep yourself healthy at the same time.
When used properly, a spa hydrotherapy helps our body's natural defenses become activated and primed.
The sweat glands produce an increased number of antibodies that fight off viruses and infections while increasing circulation in the blood vessels.
Your body heats up deeper, which means you get a deeper bodily cleanse while sweating out toxins more effectively. Infrared wavelengths can detoxify organs such as the liver, kidneys, heart, and lungs.
Dr. Faulkner, from Loughborough University conducted a study on how a hot bath aids in the process of weight loss.
The research suggested that passive heating, such as hot tub therapy and steam baths can increase the rate of calorie burning and may help to reduce blood sugar spikes.
He also commented that these ﬁndings may help weight control and possibly improve control of blood sugar, which would help people with type II diabetes.
When you enter an hot tub spa, you will experience a gentle increase in internal temperature, which causes the skin’s blood vessels to dilate and allow more blood flow to circulate. This tends to relax tense muscles and improve general circulation throughout the body.
In a small UK study, people who use an infrared sauna twice a week, along with aerobic exercises such as walking or jogging, had 30% less blockage in their arteries after 9 months than those who only exercised.
This means not just better blood flow to your heart (and other organs) but also a reduced risk of stroke, angina and heart attack.
Hot tubs can improve your overall breathing because of the steam that rises from the water. This steam will clear your airways when you breathe it in and will also eliminate the mucus and the inflammation throughout the air passages
As it heats the body from within, this has been shown to help with asthma, bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis, and other respiratory conditions by improving airflow in the lungs.
The hydrotherapy penetrates your skin and heats up the muscles deep within your body which stimulates blood circulation to those areas, reducing pain and stiffness that are associated with inflammation.
It is an anti-inflammatory agent and helps reduce inflammation by heating up your body.
This causes muscles to relax and joints to loosen which can help alleviate symptoms associated with the conditions mentioned above. Inflammation is a major factor in chronic diseases, such as arthritis, heart disease, and cancer.
Hydrotherapy penetrates deeper into the muscle tissue, stimulating blood circulation.
It also increases airflow to lung tissues by dilating the bronchioles, improving overall oxygen intake, and allowing for better breathing patterns, this has been shown to improve mood disposition and reduce stress levels.
The heat will help you naturally sweat - releasing trace toxins, relaxing the muscles and joints, and elevating circulation.
Regular soaking into the hot tub provide a sense of well-being by boosting the production of serotonin.
Back Pain Relief
Once the blood flow increases, it reduces inflammation in the spinal column, leading to reduced sensitivity in this extremely delicate area (myelin enhancing).
Again the spa hydrotherapy creates a soothing environment that allows muscles to relax and reduces stress on joints, bones, ligaments, and tendons while speeding up muscle recovery time.
*It's important to note that people with cardiovascular disease or very high blood pressure should consult their doctor before using a sauna, this is due to the increase in heartbeat and blood pressure
Joint Pain Relief
Hydrotherapy can also help with relieving the pain in your joints by gently warming them up and increasing blood flow.
The best way to describe this is that it heats up the joints from the inside - like when you’re sitting in the sun on a soothing summer’s day.
This process allows for faster heat circulation and deeper penetration than traditional steam-filled spas, making them ideal for relieving joint pain associated with arthritis.
These are some of the amazing benefits of infrared heat therapy.
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