Hot tubs are a popular commodity right now. Due to the surge in spa purchases and lapses in the manufacturing world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you might find yourself on a waiting list for your delivery and installation.
Despite the extra wait time, your spa is more than worth it simply because of all of the health benefits it will offer you once it is up and running. Let’s take a look at the top four ways your spa will improve your well-being. After reading these benefits of owning a hot tub, you’ll know exactly why it’s worth the wait.
1. Manage or Reduce Stress
Stress is something we all have to deal with in varying degrees. Whether you have a stressful job or occasionally deal with stressful situations, your hot tub can help you manage the fallout.
Stress is known to create muscle tension and cause headaches but, thanks to your spa, you’ll be able to get daily relief from your symptoms.
The heat of the water and jet massage together melt away the stress by relaxing your body. You can customize the massage to target any and all tight and sore muscles you have.
Meanwhile, the heat of your spa will increase your body’s endorphin production, offering you a natural high. This hormone not only combats stress but can also help with anxiety and depression.
2. Relieve Aches and Pains
No matter what kind of pain you’re dealing with, your spa can offer you some much-needed relief.
If you’re suffering from arthritis, fibromyalgia, back issues, nerve pain, or other chronic conditions like MS, you can find relief for your symptoms in your spa. As a bonus, the relief often lasts far beyond your actual immersion time.
The chief reason for this is that the heat increases blood circulation to vulnerable areas, lessening swelling and inflammation while affording you an increased range of motion.
Heat and massage are also ideal for headaches. From chronic sinus or tension headaches to migraines, the heat and massage offered by your spa release tight muscles and helps lessen congestion that can exacerbate head pain.
It also triggers the relaxation of your autonomic nervous system, which is key for easing nerve-based headaches.
3. Improve Sleep Patterns
Whether you suffer from insomnia, restless leg syndrome, or another sleep disorder, your spa can help. Daily use of your hot tub a few hours before bedtime will relax your body and calm your mind. It will also trigger your body’s production of melatonin, a hormone that helps induce sleep.
While that alone is enough to help you sleep better, the gradual decrease in your core temperature after exiting the spa prepares your body for a good night’s rest.
4. Fortify Your Immune System
Did you know regular hot tub use can help bolster your immune system? The heat of the water signals your body to produce more germ-fighting white blood cells, better equipping you to battle illness.
The water temperature also causes you to sweat heavily, flushing toxins and chemicals from the body. Overall, you’re less likely to get sick during cold and flu season and are more likely to bounce back quickly if you do contract a virus.
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