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In this post, we will share our top 6 health benefits of using your spa. Using your spa on a regular basis will benefit your body’s health in many ways. Now, let’s take a closer look at what these benefits are.

6 Health Benefits of Using Your Spa (Snap-shot):

  1. Improved Mobility
  2. Stress Relief
  3. Muscle Pain Relief and Recovery
  4. Improved Sleep
  5. Relief for Arthritis
  6. Relief for Headaches

1. Improved Mobility

Soaking in your spa can help restore and maintain lost joint mobility. The warm water of your spa reduces inflammation in your joints, which helps create greater flexibility. The buoyancy in a spa also helps relieve any tense muscles, especially in the back and shoulders. Doing stretches while you soak can also help keep your body feeling young and tension free.

Warm bubbly water relaxes your joints and restores the lost mobility. Specifically for people with arthritis and other bodily aches, the most common symptom is stiffness and pain in the joints and ligaments.

Additionally, the controlled temperature in a spa improves blood circulation, which offers a natural way to ease these symptoms. It’s no wonder a lot of people prefer hydrotherapy when recovering from back and other joint issues to medication.


2. Stress Relief

Most adults walk around with high-stress levels due to work, life difficulties or health issues. Soaking in your spa gives you a place to sit and let your mind rest. The hydromassage jets provide soothing relief to the lower back and shoulders. These are the most common places people experience pain due to stress.

A spa is one of the most relaxing places you can sit in silence while you pray or meditate. Better yet, adding sweet fragrances can enrich your experience and stimulate the release of endorphins to fight anxiety. With less stress, you can definitely achieve more.

Stress can be in the form of headaches, muscle tension, soreness, and fatigue. If you are experiencing stress or anxiety, try using your hot tub on a regular basis. You won’t regret it!

3. Muscle Pain Relief and Recovery

We all know that feeling two days after that first day back at the gym…It’s not a very pleasant feeling! soaking in your spa can take that uncomfortable soar feeling away. Whether you are a professional athlete, or a Mama chasing a two-year-old through the park, you don’t have time for long periods of recovery. The heated water combined with the hydromassage jets massage the stiffness and push toxins out of your muscles.

Hot tubs can help wash the pain away by releasing the tension off your muscle fibers. The buoyancy from the hot water and jets take off the pressure from your pain points. Relaxing in a hot tub after a long day of working those muscles is the key to fast and easy muscle recovery.

4. Improved Sleep

If you suffer from insomnia, or just have trouble calming down to sleep, soaking in the spa before bed is a great solution. Recent studies show that soaking in the spa for 20 minutes before going to bed, helps decrease the time it takes for you to fall asleep and improves the depth and quality of your sleep.

It’s widely accepted that getting quality deep sleep can impact many areas of your life from mood, metabolism, and even mental alertness. Spending some quality time in a tub before bedtime can help you fall asleep better by making your body warm. The heat raises the body temperature while also relaxing the muscles, which makes you feel relaxed for a restful night with fewer disruptions. However, it’s not a wise idea to fall asleep in a spa bath as this can be risky.

5. Relief for Arthritis

The moist heat and buoyancy that spas provide are ideal for relieving joint stiffness and pain caused by Arthritis. The heat helps relax and loosen the tendons and ligaments of your joints while the buoyancy helps to alleviate pressure on your joints. Relieving the joint pain can make it much easier for people with Arthritis to exercise, which is also a key to relief.

6. Relief for Headaches

Headache relief is a hard thing to come by. Fortunately, having regular dips in a spa may help prevent migraines and other types of headaches. By dilating the vessels, a spa bath eases the pressure off your head, which reduces headaches. Plus the warmth also relaxes your aches and pains to reduce the chances of developing migraines.

(Bonus Benefit)
Promotes a Radiant Skin

During the winter, the harsh indoor weather can leave your skin looking scaly. The spa bath can open up your pores for a healthy movement of nutrients in and out of the skin. That way, it cleans various toxins and dirt that clogs your skin pores for a glowing look.
Furthermore, your blood gets enough supply of oxygen and nutrients from the skin which prevents premature aging. Combined with the fact that spa baths lower stress, it means that you should look younger with regular soaking.

Conclusion

Now that you know some of the top benefits of soaking in your spa, go enjoy yourself! Release your stress, sooth your muscles, and give your body the rest it deserves. Happy soaking!

Thanks for reading!

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