HYDROTHERAPY IS MORE THAN JUST A FEELING, IT’S A LIFESTYLE
Does it feel like the weight of the world is sitting on your shoulders? We get it, life can be stressful and overwhelming at times. Emotional, physical and mental distress can wreak havoc on how you feel, inside and out. The first step to feeling better is taking your health and life into your own hands. By spending time in a hot tub or swim spa on a regular basis, you can help your body to rest, relax, and ultimately feel better in the long run. Of course, if you suffer from a condition or chronic illness, you should always speak with your doctor first about the best treatment for you, but that doesn’t mean to say that soaking in a hot tub can’t help along the way. Our experts only want what is best for you, which is why we always recommend speaking with your trusted physician first.
Hot tubs can help stir up some good feelings, both emotionally and physically, in a number of different ways. Let’s start by taking a look at the hot tub itself. The seats are expertly designed to be ergonomically-friendly, which means they are built specifically with you in mind. Their shape and form will help support your body while in the water, in a way that relieves the stress from your muscles and joints, allowing you to sit back and relax. The jets are strategically placed throughout the spa to target some of the most stress-prone areas of your body, including but not limited to the neck, shoulders, and upper back. These features combined with the modern temperature control, state-of-the-art sanitation system, and cinematic outdoor sound system, can create the perfect environment for you to heal.
Spending time in a hot tub has been proven to deliver some of the following health benefits:
Plain and simple, hot tub therapy works. Simply submerse your body into the warm, jet-driven water, and experience the instantaneous feeling of relaxation. Sit back and relax, as the jets work their way to release muscle tension and the buoyancy of the water lifts the pressure from your body. A wave of pain relief and rejuvenation will likely wash over you, as a sense of calm and comfort surrounds the atmosphere. To learn more about the specifics of hot tub healing and the many health benefits that can be achieved by spending time in the water, browse through the sections below or visit us in store today.
Benefits of owning a Hot tub
Too much time on the couch?
A hot tub soak can revive and increase your energy level.
Not in the mood?
Perk up and add an evocative fragrance to your hot tub water.
Too much stress?
An effective way to reduce stress and get more sleep.
Need a massage?
Our jets can loosen some of the 7,000 nerve endings in your feet.
Massage therapy from a hot tub takes care of your aches and pains.
Stiff arthritic joints?
From "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for medical conditions.
Make Hot Tub Therapy Part of Your Healthy Lifestyle
Living a healthy lifestyle is not always easy. Life can get busy in the blink of an eye. It can be hard to fit in time for the self care that we all need to relax and unwind at the end of a long day. If relaxation and health benefits are what you seek, hydrotherapy might just be the answer, especially if you have an awe-inspiring hot tub installation in the comfort of your Saskatoon backyard. The combination of hot water with therapeutic massage offered by a hot tub or swim spa can offer you the daily dose of hydrotherapy you need to improve your health. Hydrotherapy has long been used to treat stress and offer pain relief, but can also be used to improve your overall health and quality of life. Let’s take a look at the top five benefits of regular hot tub use!
SleepSpending 20 minutes in your hot tub two hours before bedtime is the key to a good night’s sleep. The combination of heated water and jet massage relaxes tense muscles while raising your body’s temperature. After getting out of the spa, your body will slowly cool, gradually bringing on drowsiness. With your body prepared for sleep, the quality of that sleep is improved. An enhanced benefit of getting more sleep, is more youthful skin and preventing weight gain.
StressYour body can’t help but relax when receiving a massage courtesy of your spa jets. That, combined with the heat of the water, triggers your body to increase its endorphin production. Endorphins, a group of hormones that work with the receptors in your brain to reduce pain sensitivity, also produce feelings of contentment and wellbeing. Described as mild euphoria, it allows both body and mind to fully unwind. Not to mention that your hot tub offers a tranquil place to unwind at the end of a long day. Bring a book or play some soothing music for some stress-relieving entertainment.
PainHydrotherapy has been proven to ease muscle pain and reduce stress on joints. Your spa’s heated water and jet massage work together to relieve tension while improving circulation. Increased blood flow lessens swelling and speeds healing of injured muscles and joints. The buoyancy of the water also has a part to play in pain-relieving hydrotherapy. Did you know that the buoyancy of the water can help lift up to 90% of the weight and pressure from your body? Without the weight of the world on your shoulders, your body can completely relax and allow the healing effects of the jet-driven water to really work their magic.
HealthHydrotherapy is one of the best natural pain treatments for those suffering from arthritis or fibromyalgia. Heated water relaxes tense muscles and increases blood flow to problem areas. Exercise is also made easier while in the hot tub, as the buoyancy of the water lifts weight from the body, allowing you to perform certain actions and movements that might otherwise cause discomfort due to added pressure. Adding some yoga moves or stretches while muscles are warm can also increase flexibility without putting too much stress on the joints.
HealingPhysiotherapists and other healthcare professionals around the world utilize the wonderful healing benefits of hydrotherapy sessions to help their patients heal. Joint and muscle injuries can greatly benefit from hydrotherapy, as the warm water can help the affected area to relax, as gentle pressure is applied by the jets. The warm water can also help to improve your circulation, helping your bloodstream deliver oxygen to the affected area more effectively. If you’re recovering following a minor injury, we recommend speaking with your doctor before using a hot tub as a method of treatment. Your best health is always our top priority!
The best hot tubs combine dependability with top-notch technology and sophistication — and it is that combination that is key to unlocking the health benefits you seek. At Premium Home Leisure, the supplier of some of the best hot tubs and swim spas in Saskatchewan, our goal is to help you find a spa that meets all of your needs. Located in Saskatoon, we provide hot tub sales, hot tub parts and repairs. Call us at 306-955-5466 or visit us in store today to talk to one of our experts.