This blog was originally posted by our friends at Olympic Hot Tub
If you’re a hot tubber in a drought area, you’ll want to read all about soaking to save water. The first thing you need to know is that hot tubs use less water and energy than bath tubs and most showers.
Like many people, you probably know that taking a dip in a hot tub is an easy way to relieve joint pain or reduce stress. But did you know that hot tub use on a regular basis can lower your blood pressure or help you lose weight? The truth is, there are several amazing health benefits that come from sitting in a hot tub that many people are simply not aware of.
Staying healthy and fit is more important than ever as folks are living well into their 80’s and beyond. Optimal health makes it possible to get a renewed lease on life. And that means more energy and more time to enjoy family and friends well into retirement.
Whether you’re a college student, a stay-at-home dad or a hard working executive, you’ve probably experienced a few blue days now and then. We all have them, and it’s perfectly normal with the complexities of life, work and relationships. If you’re looking for an all natural and effective way to feel better fast, consider a soak in the hot tub.
These days, it seems there are too many things to do and not enough hours in the day. With crazy work schedules, busy families and more, an ordinary day can leave us physically exhausted and mentally drained. And while we can’t quit our jobs or ignore the ones we love, we can take advantage of hot tub therapy for relaxing, easing aches and pains and feeling better fast.
Investing in a hot tub is an opportunity to invest in yourself. With improved health and well-being, entertainment and pure relaxation, there’s nothing better than having your own dream retreat right outside the backdoor. But with an industry full of different makes and models, all with varying features and price points, how do you choose?
You’re probably familiar with the pain relieving benefits of using a hot tub. The warm, massaging water penetrates deep into achy muscles and joints, providing relief on contact. A long soak is also a highly effective way to reduce stress, relax, and calm an overactive mind in preparation for a deep, peaceful sleep.
It’s hard to believe the holidays are behind us, and with spring on our heels, there really hasn’t been much of a break. But that’s a good thing, because with the warmer weather comes more outdoor activities, more day light, and more fun. However, for some folks, making the transition from winter to spring can be challenging and it helps to take a little break to ease the shift.