A Hot Tubber's Wellness Guide

Almost everyone knows that Hot Tubs and relaxation go hand in hand, but did you know that Hot Tub Hydrotherapy goes much deeper? Here's the scoop: Hot Tubs promote a healthier lifestyle! They are an investment for your personal wellness and all-around better living. Often we will hear the fact that Hot Tubbers who soak at night (1-2 hours before bedtime) experience a deeper sleep than ever before. Endorphins, the body's natural painkillers, are released during the soak. This produces a feeling of euphoria, ideal for total relaxation - without the use of alcohol or medication. Since your body temperature elavates during the soak, studies suggest that as it returns back to the normal 98.6 degrees, your body eases into a deep and most refreshing sleep. The result is waking up in the morning with a clear head, ready to take on the day ahead!

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In a perfect marriage, the Hot Tub's warm water and massaging jets open up blood vessels, can help lower blood pressure and stimulate better circulation. The Hydrotherapy jets promote an increase of blood flow to injured areas, bringing in oxygen and much needed nutients while removing lactic acid (the main waste product of exercise/training) from muscle tissue. This is a crucial reason why over 200 professional sports organizations have partnered with Clearwater Spas. They boast over 100 jets in some of their models, and even hired orthopedic surgeons to configure ideal locations for each of the massaging jets! Prior to athletic activity, soaking relaxes and loosens muscles, while reducing the risk of injury and improving overall performance. After physical exercise, soaking helps relax your muscles and wind you back down. It can also significantly reduce next-day muscle stiffness.


Hot Tubs are a great gift for loved ones, and the positive impacts on life are scientifically proven! A study by The New England Journal of Medicine focused on a group of Type 2 Diabetes patients, aimed at using a Hot Tub 30 minutes per day, 6 days per week. After only 10 days, these patients required reduced doses of insulin, lost weight, showed distinct decreases in plasma glucose and glycosylated hemoglobin. They benefitted from an increased general sense of well-being. Similarly, the Mayo Clinic's recent study shows us how Hot Tubbing actually mimics exercise! That is, soaking in a Hot Tub provides the body similar health benefits as exercise, but without the stress on your heart. A hot tub increases the heart rate while lowering blood pressure, instead of raising it as other forms of exercise do. It may sound crazy, but Hot Tubs hydrotherapy may reduce the appearance of cellulite! By improving circulation to the areas affected by cellulite, the appearance of these deposits can be reduced. It also tones the body tissue, reduces fluid retention, and relieves swelling. Combining all of these benefits make it clear that a Hot Tub is a wonderful home addition for yourself and family members of all ages! Please check with your pediatrician before bringing infants and children under 5 into a hot tub.

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Longevity and the ability to bend go hand-in-hand. As we age, our bodies become more rigid, but hot tubbing will help to keep you limber and loose. Enjoy strengthening family bonds or taking a quick mental break in the comfort of your own backyard! Finally, if your Doctor advises you to follow a regular program of warm water exercising, and if the need for this treatment is your primary reason for buying a spa, this purchase may qualify as a medical expense tax deduction under certain circumstances. So the question becomes: What are you waiting for?! Live better and feel better with the invigorating power of hydrotherapy!

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