The Health Benefits of Owning a Spa

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When you think of a spa or hot tub, the first thing that comes to mind is relaxing with a cocktail or socializing with a few friends. What most people don’t know is all of the health benefits that come from utilizing a spa.

Hot tubs are a great way to relieve stress and can even help improve the quality of your sleep. The massaging jets combined with the heat help reduce tension in the same way a massage therapist does. Studies suggest that spending 15 minutes in a hot tub an hour and a half before bedtime can lead to an improved night’s sleep.

If you’ve ever seen a professional sports locker room, you’ll see hot tubs everywhere. From football players that just played four quarters or a game to baseball players that just finished a three hour game, sports are exhausting. Massaging hot tubs work to relax muscles, improve blood flow, and relieve pressure on aching joints and nerve, thus rejuvenating the muscles so that sports players can play again.

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Personally, I have knee problems that don’t allow me to run on hard surfaces. Running in a hot tub can be a great way to relieve the stress on your knees and help you gain some strength in them. Applying pressure and heat to a large area of your body helps calm the muscles and can allow people with back problems to sit pain free.

So, if you’re a customer looking into buying a spa or hot tub, be sure to think of the health benefits. Look for jets that can be re-positioned directly where therapy is needed, and choose the right jet type for the area of your focus. If you need help choosing, please reach out to us for assistance. We’re always happy to help.