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Entering a hot tub immediately induces a feeling of well-being. The buoyancy effect of the hot tub reduces the body’s weight by 90%, which in turn reduces the load on the heart by 10-20%. The sustained temperature of around 100F (38C) has a beneficial effect on the circulatory system, improving many aspects of the body. The therapeutic effect of the spa’s massage jets further relaxes muscles and promotes healing, resulting in a state of sheer bliss!

The warmth of the water and the pulsating hydro-massage jets provide an amazing massage experience, relieving tension, anxiety, and stress

Hot tubs have been shown to reduce blood sugar levels. High-quality hot tubs can benefit people with Type 2 diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels, improving sleep patterns, and enhancing overall well-being. Additionally, relaxing in hot water can increase an individual’s range of motion, which is especially helpful for patients who have difficulty exercising on land. An independent study of Type 2 diabetes patients required to soak in a hot tub for 30 minutes a day, six days a week, for three weeks, showed an average reduction of 13% in blood sugar levels.

Promotion of Healing

While improving sleep quality. The soothing warm water and buoyancy stimulate the immune system and digestion process. Additionally, the hot tub environment is ideal for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness. Patients with diabetes who use a hot tub regularly can experience a decrease in blood sugar levels because the heated water increases blood circulation, which helps the body use its natural insulin more effectively.

Help for Insomnia

Hot water has cleansing properties and can accelerate natural healing. Hot tubs, in particular, have the added benefit of jet action which provides even more oxygen to the blood than warm water alone. The heat and pressure from the jets can also increase the level of antibodies and white blood cells, thus stimulating the formation of new tissue. For thousands of years, various civilizations have recognized the healing power of hot water and spas. Today, hot tubs offer many of the same health benefits as natural spas, including pain relief for sore or inflamed joints and the reduction of blood pressure through heat. Hot tubs with advanced therapeutic jetted systems can provide amazing massages to every part of your body, making them even more effective at improving your overall health and well-being.

Stress Relief

A dip a day can keep insomnia away! It has been found that sleep deepens as body temperature falls. Therefore, some medical experts recommend soaking in water at approximately 102F (39C) two hours before bedtime to induce sleep, especially for those being kept awake by pain. Soaking in a hot tub alleviates body tension and provides a natural remedy for insomnia, unlike drugs and alcohol which can leave you feeling groggy and have other adverse side effects. With a soak in a hot tub, you’re guaranteed to have a good night’s sleep.

Arthritic Relief

Soaking in a hot tub is the perfect antidote to a stressful life. It is widely recognized that warm water and soothing massage can relieve anxiety and relax tense muscles. In addition to reducing high blood pressure, a 20-minute soak in a hot tub has been shown to help with headaches and chronic pain resulting from stress. Warm blood reaching deep into the muscles causes muscular relaxation. This action helps deaden muscle pain by easing any pinching of nerves or blood vessels and by helping your muscles relax.

Chronic Pain Relief

A hot tub provides various health benefits, including alleviating symptoms of arthritis. Unfortunately, the number of people suffering from arthritis continues to rise. The Arthritis Foundation’s website provides several tips for hot water therapy and water exercise. As always, it’s essential to consult with your physician to determine if hot water therapy is beneficial for you. As we age or exercise more, our muscles and joints tend to ache more often. A hot tub can be the perfect solution to this problem.

Type 2 Diabetes

Owning a quality hot tub is like having your own personal masseuse! Hot water and massage have been shown to ease pain, fatigue, and soreness caused by exercise, as well as relax muscles and stimulate the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers. Heat also warms up the body’s joints and decreases swelling. As the body senses the increasing temperature, the central nervous system becomes relaxed, contributing to muscle relaxation and temporary relief of chronic pain. Regular use of hot tubs can help keep joints moving, restore and preserve strength and flexibility, restore the full range of motion, and protect joints.

Family Entertainment

Owning a hot tub is just plain fun! The greatest benefit of all is that hot tubs provide an ideal place to relax with friends and family. You will find that your children enjoy the hot tub experience as much as you do, and conversations flow effortlessly. Your hot tub also provides a great entertainment space year-round! Spending 10-15 minutes a day connecting with your spouse or kids in the hot tub can be a great way to relax and bond without distractions. If you have relatives visiting and want to enjoy the night sky and conversation, why not gather in the hot tub? Entertainment in a hot tub tends to be intimate and personal.

Couples Therapy

In our busy world, life presents numerous challenges. For those fortunate enough to have found a life partner, are in the process of finding one, or believe they have found one, relationships can also have their share of difficulties. However, after settling into a warm, soothing hot tub with that special someone, what is there to argue about? Together, you can escape from daily life and the burdensome worries that come with it. No need to discuss finances, family, or obligations. Instead, focus on what brought you together in the first place and rekindle the romance. Remember, it’s always easier to face the world together than apart, which is yet another great benefit of owning a quality hot tub.