THE HEALTH BENEFITS

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WHAT IS HYDROTHERAPY?

Hydrotherapy is a therapeutic technique that is used worldwide by spa owners and health care professionals. The healing properties of warm, flowing water inside the hot tub work together to offer a variety of health benefits and improvements to those who soak in the spa regularly. The combination of heat, buoyancy and massage can help relax and soothe the body, reduce uncomfortable muscle tension and ease sore joints, all while improving circulation. By simply soaking in a jet-driven hot tub, one can experience a world of difference, both physically as well as emotionally.

Soothing benefits of Hydrotherapy

Sit back, relax and let your spa take care of the rest. By sitting in a hot tub for as little as 20 minutes a day, several times a week, you may experience the following:

  • Improved sleep patterns
  • Reduced stress levels
  • Eased muscle tension
  • Soothed joint pain
  • Improved circulation
  • Weight maintenance
  • Better complexion

Hydrotherapy can also be of use to those who are recovering following an injury. The improved circulation can help improve the natural production of pain-relieving endorphins, which can help to ease feelings of both pain and anxiety, all while helping blood and oxygen reach the affected area. The buoyancy and heat of the water can also help to provide a much more comfortable environment to relax in, helping improve balance, flexibility and overall mobility.

WATER THERAPY AND YOUR HEALTH

You might be surprised at just how much hydrotherapy can improve, and sometimes even change, your life. If you suffer from one of the following health conditions, soaking in a spa may provide you with some relief or improvement. Before treating any condition with a hot tub, we always recommend that you consult a physician to ensure your best health.

Muscle Tension

Tense muscles can result in feelings of physical discomfort. The warm temperature of the water can help relax your body, which is the first step when it comes to reducing muscle tension. From there, the powerful, yet gentle, jets will massage some of the most stress-prone areas of your body.

Joint Pain

Do you suffer from joint pain? Whether arthritis or fibromyalgia, painful joints can affect your quality of life. The buoyancy of the water can help lift weight from your body, allowing your joints to finally relax and move freely without added pressure. This comfortable environment is great for low-impact exercise and stretches.

Sleeplessness

Calm your mind and relax your body simultaneously, transferring your body to a state that is prepared for sleep. Combined with reduced tension and soothed joint pain, soaking in a spa before bed can even make it easier for you to get comfortable and fall asleep once you hit the sheets, without the nagging feeling of aches and pains.

Stress

Feelings of stress and anxiety can most definitely make it harder to fall asleep at night. By spending time soaking in the hot tub regularly, you can clear your mind and relax. This relaxation can help you feel better both physically and emotionally. Carve some time out for yourself to soak in the peace and quiet of your hot tub installation.​

HOW AROMATHERAPY CAN HELP

Experience the healing power of spa aromatherapy. By adding aromatherapy products that are intended for the hot tub, you can truly take your stress relief and relaxation to the next level of effectiveness. Certain scents can:

  • Trigger memories
  • Influence moods
  • Sharpen the mind
  • Relax your body
  • Promote health and wellness

Looking for aromatherapy fragrances that are safe for your hot tub? Visit our Fresno showroom today and browse our range of hot tub accessories and aromatherapy products on display.

Disclaimer: Consult a physician to ensure your best health before using a hot tub to improve or treat a current health condition or injury.

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