Owning a hot tub isn’t just a lavish purchase, it’s a lifestyle choice. It’s a choice that can provide personal wellness. Below are four examples of how hot tubbing can improve your overall personal wellness.
Tip #1: Use your hot tub on a regular basis
We know that the hustle and bustle of everyday life can sometimes get the best of us but committing to healthy habits, like using your tub on a regular basis, can help in many ways. Soaking in your hot tub can help you relax your mind and body. Combining water immersion with jet massage equals physical advantages for your body. The warm water from your tub improves blood flow, the buoyancy of floating takes the pressure off your aching muscles and the jet massage helps knead those sore muscles. This is especially helpful after working on your feet all day, chasing your little ones around the house or after a hard workout at your local gym or Crossfit.
Tip# 2: It’s an electronic-free zone
In today’s day and age, electronics are a must for all of us at home, work, and school. But your hot tub can be a devoted space to enjoy some downtime and disconnect from the demands of life. Too much technology can be associated with health problems. Everyone needs balance in life and this is your opportunity to unwind, disconnect and improve your personal mental wellness.
Tip #3: Take in the surroundings of the great outdoors
We are so fortunate to live in Northern Michigan where the beautiful landscape engulfs us and the gorgeous sunsets leave us in a trance. But our harsh winters force some Michigander inside. Owning a hot tub is a great opportunity to stay warm and enjoy the great outdoors. Listening to the bubbling of the water can drown out the noise of passing cars, the wind blowing in your face is refreshing and whether you are watching snow trickle down, the fresh fall breeze or the summer sun on your face it provides a stress-free environment that only the great outdoors can provide. Being in nature has been proven to provide health benefits such as lower heart rate, blood pressure, and stress.
Tip #4 Soak for a good night sleep
Taking a short soak in your hot tub before bed can help relax your body and prepare your mind for a good night’s sleep. Research has shown that getting a good night of rest is critical for your mental and physical health. When you soak in your hot tub your body temperature rises. When you get out of the spa, your body temperature drops, signaling to the brain that it’s time for sleep.
You can enjoy the benefits of a hot tub when you visit Luxury Bath and Spa, part of an elite group of independent dealers throughout North America authorized to distribute Hot Spring® Spas, the world’s leading brand of hot tubs with more than 1 million sold.