Hot Tub Health Benefits
Hydrotherapy Healing Benefits
Hot tubs relax muscles, they can be used before and or after exercise. The massaging action is provided by the circulation of warm water and air bubbles through the numerous jets. Floating in warm water stimulates the release of endorphins, these are the body’s natural painkillers.
As little as 20 minutes in a warm spa can help to relax tense muscles and relieve the anxiety and stress of a hard day. The heat of the water makes the blood vessels dilate resulting in an increase in blood circulation. As the vessels begin to expand your blood is able to flow far more freely, reducing the strain on your heart.
The water provides buoyancy, supporting the body’s weight by nearly ninety percent, this can help to relieve the pressure on aching muscles and joints. It can also improve mobility and helps to relieve some of the symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism.
Hot tubs are fun! And that can only be good for you.
To relax & release the stress of the day & gain the maximum effect of a hot tubs are created with a range of powerful yet stylish jets which are strategically positioned to guarantee precise massaging of specific zones of your body.
Hot Tub Jets
Jets Ratio Importance
Of course, it is pointless in having quality jets if there is insufficient power to provide the jets with hydrotherapy.
Guys Grooming Amethyst hot tubs have a ratio of Jets / HP of under 10
This concept of quality provides a powerful relaxing massage experience & the below health beneficial virtues.
Expert Analysis & Study Reports
Reduced Back Pain
Trials in the British Journal of Rheumatology (1994) show a positive short-term and long-term overall effectiveness of hot tub therapy in treating chronic lower back pain, participators in the study who took advantage of hot tub treatments experienced increased back flexibility, reduced pain duration than the group that did not undergo hot tub treatment.
Weight Loss and Diabetes Treatment
A trial in the New England Journal of Medicine (1999) wherein patients with Type 2 diabetes bathed themselves in a hot tub with 30 minutes per day found that after only 10 days patients required reduced doses of insulin, lost weight and benefitted from enhanced health as well as an increase in their general sense of wellbeing.
The Arthritis Foundation found that people, whose arthritis symptoms responded well to heat, received many benefits from hot tub therapy including reduced joint stiffness and restored and preserved joint strength and flexibility.
Improved Cardiovascular Health
Mayo Clinic found that soaking in a spa simulated exercise, increasing heart rate whilst decreasing blood pressure. They found that the regular use of hot tubs gave some of the benefits of exercise with reduced heart stress.
In a meta-study carried out by the National Sleep Foundation, they found that some studies suggested that soaking in a hot tub before going to sleep eased the transition into deep sleep.
The Associated Professional Sleep Societies’ Journal ‘Sleep’ found that your body can be eased into a state of deep and relaxing sleep by soaking in a hot tub approximately 90 minutes before going to sleep.