MORE THAN A HOT TUB
More than home-improvement or entertainment, a hot tub is an investment in your health and well-being.
Our owners say that they have more energy, sleep better, and can do more with their day.
Plus, time spent together in the warm water can lead to better relationships outside the hot tub.
When you spend time with loved ones, immersed in warm water, something magical happens. The hot tub becomes a private and safe place where people can relax, let their guard down, and truly open up. In this distraction-free zone, you’ll enjoy meaningful conversation and special moments with the people you care about most, and as a result relationships grow stronger.
Be at your very best every day by making your spa a part of your daily ritual. Experience physical benefits, like the relief of stress and tension from sore muscles, as well as emotional and mental benefits. When immersed in the warm water, you can disconnect, decompress and emerge renewed. For a few precious moments, you can feel like all is right in the world. With a hot tub, it’s easy to make wellness a priority.
Pause and appreciate…starry nights, golden sunrises, falling snow, changing leaves, and so much more. With a hot tub, you have a private retreat steps outside your door. Surrounded by nature, you can take in the beauty we often take for granted. In these quiet moments you’ll gain perspective and reconnect with what really matters.
A Better, Fuller Life
The physical wellness benefits of hot tubs are delivered in three ways: heat increases circulation by dilating blood vessels, buoyancy relieves joint stress by reducing your weight by 90%, and powerful jets soothe away tension with massage.
All of these elements work together to provide a variety of health benefits that ultimately allow our owners to lead more active and fulfilled lives.
A Better Night's Sleep
Spending time in a hot tub before going to bed can lead to a deeper and more peaceful sleep. The National Sleep Foundation found that about 132 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, like insomnia, more than one night a week. Lack of sleep can leave you feeling nervous, groggy and depressed or cause erratic mood swings. Because sleep researchers believe that insomnia can be traced to hectic, stressful lifestyles, relaxing in a spa regularly can help.
According to a study in the scientific journal Sleep, a drop in body temperature can also aid in easing the body into a relaxing and sound sleep. By taking a 15-minute soak in a hot tub about 90 minutes before attempting to sleep, your body temperature can drop to enable a better nights sleep naturally without the grogginess sometimes caused by prescription remedies.
For more information on the health benefits of hot tubs, visit the National Sleep Foundation’s website.
*Source: Helping yourself to a better night's sleep. (1999) National Sleep Foundation.
There are three factors at work in a spa: heat, buoyancy and massage. Working together, they create a totally relaxing hydromassage experience. The heat in a hot tub raises your body temperature, increasing circulation. The buoyancy of the hot tub reduces your body weight by 90%*, relieving pressure on muscles and joints with a relaxing sensation of weightlessness. Through relaxing massage, our customers have reported that they experience the following benefits:
- Relief of tension in muscles and joints
- Temporary relief of aches and pains
- Decreased anxiety and stress
- Total, full-body relaxation
If you are one of the 46 million Americans affected by arthritis, soaking in your Hot Spring spa can help ease your pain. Joint inflammation from arthritis causes swelling, pain and stiffness, often resulting in the loss of joint movement or function. Immersion in warm water produces hydrostatic pressure on the body that results in reduced joint inflammation and increased mobility*. Spas give you the soothing warm water and buoyancy needed to release tension and improve your quality of life.
For even more relief, use the Arthritis Foundation’s hot tub tips to gently exercise and practice flexibility as you soak.
The use of hot water or heat is recommended for many people with arthritis but not all. Always consult your physician.
For more information regarding arthritis and the health benefits of hot tubs, visit the Arthritis Foundation website.
* Source: (Juin 2012) Pool & Spa Marketing, The Science Behind the Soak: Health Benefits You Should Be Sharing with Your Customers by Dr. Bruce E. Becker