Since the time of the ancient Greeks, people have found natural healing powers in bubbling pools of hot water. Through the ages, the Romans, Greeks, Japanese and other cultures have realised its many benefits through spirit, mind and body. Hot tubs can create the same effect.
The heat, buoyancy and massage found in the warm, soothing waters of a hot tub create an experience that is both relaxing and rejuvenating. Sit back and relax in your hot tub and feel the power of the hydromassage.
Whether it's to unwind from the complexities of everyday life or to soothe sore muscles and joints caused by sports or minor strains, here's how a hot tub hydromassage can help you feel better - naturally.
Stress has an adverse effect on health - the heart works harder, breathing becomes more rapid and shallow, and digestion slows. Nearly every process of the body is degraded.
Researchers have estimated that 80% of disease is stress related.
Many physicians and physical therapists recognise the value of a hot tub as an ideal environment for rehabilitation therapy.
The Arthritis Foundation recognises the benefits of hydromassage and warm water exercise to help relieve arthritis pain. A morning soak in a hot tub can provide temporary relief from arthritis pain and help you feel better throughout the day.
According to a medical study conducted by a the Mayo Clinic, the cardiovascular stress of a 15-minute soak at 104 degrees is mild – much less that the stress of the light exercise most people with heart disease are advised to do.
A Better Night’s Sleep.
A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicates that soaking in a hot tub can be beneficial for people who are affected with Type 2 Diabetes.