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Benefits of Hot Tubbing

Do you have high blood pressure, poor circulation, insomnia, type II diabetes, fibromyalgia, arthritis, aches, pain and/or fatigue? If you answered yes, to any of these, you should be soaking in your hot tub daily. Research has shown that the heat, buoyancy and massage elements of hot tubbing can improve your health and decrease the effects of illnesses and discomfort in the body.

Let’s not forget societies pass time, stress, in our world of business and employment stress is there, how do you deal with it, hot tub it away at least for today.

Ease Muscle Pain

A hot tub can be an effective way to treat sore muscles and joints. The water jets inside the tub allow for a high-pressure hydro massage that you direct to specific parts of your body simply by moving around and adjusting your body to receive the full force of the water. When running at full intensity, the jets can provide something akin to a deep-tissue massage, soothing aches, and pains. Sitting in a hot tub can help heal sports injuries, as the heat can soothe muscle spasms and speed up recovery time.

Improve Circulation

The hot water and bubbling will cause body temperature to rise, which in turn will dilate blood vessels. This improves circulation, especially to the extremities, and can help people with arthritis have better movement and less pain in their joints. A soak in a hot tub can leave you feeling invigorated and improve the health of your lungs and heart.

Burning Calories in a Hot Tub

A 150-pound person would burn about 17 calories sitting in a hot tub for 15 minutes. Calories burned in any activity, though, are also a factor of gender, age and health issues.

Hot tub and a good night sleep

When your body is cold, your normal sleeping pattern can be disturbed. When your body is comfortably warm, you tend to fall asleep quicker and rest through the night with fewer disruptions.

It is widely accepted that getting quality, REM sleep has a multitude of positive effects on just about everything – from your mood to your mental alertness and even the way your body metabolizes food.

To improve your chances of getting a good night’s sleep, try spending some time in the hot tub before getting into bed.

When your body is cold, your normal sleeping pattern can be disturbed. When your body is comfortably warm, you tend to fall asleep quicker and rest through the night with fewer disruptions.

It is widely accepted that getting quality, REM sleep has a multitude of positive effects on just about everything – from your mood to your mental alertness and even the way your body metabolizes food.

To improve your chances of getting a good night’s sleep, try spending some time in the hot tub before getting into bed.

Along with making you feel temporarily relaxed, studies show that the combination of the hot water, the massage of the jets, and the feeling of weightlessness can significantly reduce both mental and physical stress and decrease anxiety.

For people suffering from skeletal ailments such as arthritis, carpal tunnel, tendonitis, and other types of bodily aches and pains, spending time in the hot tub will typically provide some much-needed relief.

And not to repeat ourselves again, however, it’s so good it worth mentioning again. Due to the buoyancy from the bubbles created by the tub’s jets, we feel our own weight disappear, our blood circulation increases with the heat, the tightness in our muscles relaxes, and inflammation in our sensitive joints is reduced.

In this state, an aching body can experience heightened flexibility, strength, and a wider range of physical motion. It’s no wonder so many people see significant benefits from hydrotherapy when recovering from back, knee, or other joint problems.