You know how good a soak in a hot tub feels, especially at this time of the year.
The water jets. The bubbles. The stark contrast between the cold air and water at more than 100 degrees.
Hot-tubbing is more than just a delight and a pleasure. It’s also good for you.
The soothing warmth and power of the jets combine to relax tight muscles. Have you been under stress? A little anxious? Feel how tight your neck and shoulders are? Submerge yourself, and let the tension wash away.
With that relaxation may come pain relief as the pull and push on muscles, ligaments, and tendons eases. The water temperature and jets may also ease the aches that come with arthritis.
Studies done over the years also found that use of a hot tub helped with better sleep, improved cardiovascular health, and increased popularity because you have a hot tub (well, we made that last one up but we have every reason to believe it is true).
A couple of warnings are also necessary.
First, you’ll want to discuss a hot tub with your physician if you high blood pressure problems, heart disease, or are pregnant. Second, you should avoid using the hot tub if you have an open wound, are bleeding, or are suffering from a urinary tract infection. And always be mindful of how much time is spent in the hot tub.
A hot tub warms up the winter and provides a great place to soak those sore muscles after summer activities such as tennis, golf, and softball. Sun Pools Inc. will gladly assist you with this purchase and installation.