Hot Tub Benefits

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Better Sleep

According to the National Sleep Foundation, around 132 million Americans suffer from some type of sleep disorder at least one night per week. If you have trouble sleeping, your hot tub can help. A 15-minute soak about 90 minutes before you go to bed will cause a drop in body temperature as you cool down, helping to ease you into a deep, relaxing slumber.

Improved Mobility: As you relax in your hot tub, your body presses against the warm water. As it does, the water presses back, lifting you. The buoyancy of spas has been found to help provide temporary alleviation of symptoms of arthritis, including swelling, pain, stiffness, and aid in joint motion and function. While soaking in a spa is recommended for many arthritis sufferers, it is not for everyone. Always consult your physician for health advice.

Improved Mobility

As you relax in your hot tub, your body presses against the warm water. As it does, the water presses back, lifting you. The buoyancy of spas has been found to help provide temporary alleviation of symptoms of arthritis, including swelling, pain, stiffness, and aid in joint motion and function. While soaking in a spa is recommended for many arthritis sufferers, it is not for everyone. Always consult your physician for health advice.

Deeper Social Connections

Your hot tub will quickly become a place to gather with family and friends, and nurture those relationships. Spending quality time together, conversing or just relaxing far away from technology and the pressures of work can become a welcome routine enjoyed by all.

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