Reap the benefits of hydrotherapy in a hot tub
Hot tubs are known as a great form of hydrotherapy, promoting relaxation, stress reduction and pain relief. Using the combination of warm water, jet massage and buoyancy, a hot tub can clear your mind, reduce stress, and soothe overworked muscles.
Both cold and warm water can be used in hydrotherapy, however it has long been accepted that soaking in hot water increases blood circulation and causes the body to release endorphins – which act like natural painkillers and give the body a sense of well-being. Hot tubs allow you to benefit from the relaxing and healing affect of hydrotherapy in your own home. These areas work to nurture your overall well-being:
Heat: heals and soothes muscle aches and improves circulation.
Buoyancy: lifts 90% of your body weight which eliminates pressure on the spine and other joints. For those who suffer from arthritis, jog/exercise regularly, or work at a strenuous job, the buoyant effect of water can relieve joint stress.
Massage: relaxes tight muscles, calms feelings of stress. This combination of warmth and massage increases your body’s natural production of endorphins, to leave you feeling peaceful and relaxed.
Whether you’re juggling work and family, recovering from a joint or muscle injury, or simply needing to unwind from the day’s stresses, hot tubs can provide relaxation, healing, and rejuvenation.