1. Sleep well
Sitting in a hot tub will raise your body temperature and prepares your body to sleep within minutes of getting out. A ten to fifteen minute soak in the evening and you will be sleeping like a baby!
2. Overall Pleasure
As well as improving health, hot tubs also increase social possibilities, and give you the chance for relationship building. Let’s face it: you’re just going to feel better about life, better about others, better about you.
3. Relief for arthritis, stiffness in joints, and aches and pains
Hydrotherapy increases blood supply to aching joints, helping to remove inflammatory particles from the area, with the massage promoting endorphins in the brain – nature’s pain killers
4. Buoyant exercising
Exercising in water produces far less impact than exercising on land. Many hot tubs are deep enough to stand in, and nearly all of them can be used for chair exercises.
A hot tub decreases stress, helps your body and mind unwind. Simple.
6. Magical Massage
More reliable than a masseuse, superb jets give superb results, whether it’s first thing on a Monday morning or last thing on a Friday night, whether you want a gentle touch or a deep tissue knot release, your hot tub is always on, always there for you.
7. Stretching out
The warm water in a hot tub decreases muscle tension, which allows you the flexibility to have a really superb stretch.
8. Creative inspiration
Leaning back in a hot tub promotes the kind of relaxation of the mind that leads to creative thoughts, whether that’s new business ideas, a poem that pops into the mind, or an inspiring recipe for dinner!
9. Review Your Day
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s often tough to find time to take a step back, and to share the highlights of the day with your partner. A hot tub creates the perfect place for a great review of your day.
10. Reach Across Generations
Youngsters can resist listening to their elders’ stories about “the good old days.” Many teenagers also resist sharing what might be going on in their own lives. Combining hydrotherapy, chromotherapy (the mood creating ability of lighting) and ambient music all help to open channels of communication across the generational divide.