REJUVENATE AND HEAL YOUR BODY WITH HELP FROM AN OUTDOOR SPA
Owning a hot tub can be very beneficial to your health. Whether it’s a two-person hot tub or one that can seat more than six or seven people at once, modern hot tubs are equipped with the features to do your body some good. One of the best benefits of hot tubs is that they can be a place for social activities, with hot tub accessories like floating cup holders and food trays to keep the fun going. Hydropool Swim Spas are also highly regarded for the health benefits they offer, as they have many of the same hydrotherapy-inducing features as hot tubs do.
Some of the most common and sought-after health benefits include:
The heat of a hot tub can help soothe muscle tension, joint stiffness, nerve pain, and even symptoms of arthritis. In fact, soaking in a hot tub for as little as 20 minutes regularly can benefit just about everyone. If you're recovering from a muscle strain or have a herniated disc, there's nothing better than a nice long soak in the hot tub. People who have muscle spasms or difficulty moving around can regain much of their flexibility, balance and overall mobility. If you have arthritis, some time in a hot tub can do wonders for pain and stiffness. Even though a hot tub can't cure any of these conditions, it can help people achieve a better quality of life.
Benefits of owning a Hot tub
Too much time on the couch?
A hot tub soak can revive and increase your energy level.
Not in the mood?
Perk up and add an evocative fragrance to your hot tub water.
Too much stress?
An effective way to reduce stress and get more sleep.
STRESS RELIEF & SLEEP
Need a massage?
Our jets can loosen some of the 7,000 nerve endings in your feet.
Massage therapy from a hot tub takes care of your aches and pains.
Stiff arthritic joints?
From "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for medical conditions.
HEALING YOUR BODY AND MIND WITH AN OUTDOOR SPA
ERGONOMIC DESIGNAn overlooked part about using a hot tub is keeping your body in the right position while you soak. Depending on the reasons that you're using the hot top, the way you use the tub could be just as important as the soak itself. That’s why the products from Sundance® Spas and Nordic Hot Tubs™ are designed with ergonomics in mind. The seats are crafted to support the human body with ease, creating a more comfortable seating environment that is geared toward health and wellness. Additionally, hot tub accessories like spa steps help people get into and out of the tub safely. Using supportive neck and body pillows can help stretch the right muscles while you're enjoying the heat and keep you above water.
STRESS & SLEEPHot tubs can be good for your health even if you're in peak physical condition. Soaking in a hot tub is good for your body no matter what, and relaxing in warm water is always therapeutic for your mind. The more relaxed you are, the easier it is to unwind from a long day, and it can even help you sleep. Some even add aromatherapy spa scents to the water, or use mood lighting to enhance the experience. A branch of therapy called hydrotherapy is devoted to the best ways to improve health through relaxing in the water.
WEIGHT MAINTENANCEHot tubs can offer a great environment for low-impact exercise. Those who are recovering from an injury, suffer from arthritis, have aches and pains, or reduced mobility in general, may benefit from working out in the water. The buoyancy of the water lifts pressure from sore muscles and joints, as the heat helps to relax your body and improve circulation. The water also adds a gentle resistance, so your muscles still have something to work against throughout the workout. Some low-impact exercises to help get you started can include squats, reverse crunches, triceps dips, lunges, jumping jacks, and flutter kicks. You may also find adding water yoga to your workout regimen to be quite enjoyable and effective. Before you begin any workout regimen, we recommend speaking with a physician first to ensure your best health.
ACHES & PAINSAs mentioned above, soaking in a hot tub can help to reduce aches and pains. Hydrotherapy is a natural, water-based therapeutic technique that happens as you soak in a hot tub. The heat of the water helps to relax your muscles and joints, making it easier to alleviate muscle tension and soothe sore joints. Not to mention that this higher temperature can also help to boost your circulation and blood flow, sending positive endorphins and oxygen throughout the body at an improved rate. The buoyancy of the water can help lift up to 90% of the weight and pressure from your body, giving aching muscles and joints a break. Lastly, the jets are placed throughout the tank to hit some of the most stress-prone areas of your body. They will work tirelessly against muscle knots and tension, helping you to feel better physically, long after you exit the water.