Not sure why you need a hot tub?
There are so many reasons to make a hot tub a part of your lifestyle. From easing tense muscles and lowering blood sugar levels to spending quality time with your family and friends, a hot tub is an excellent investment that can improve your quality of life by leaps and bounds. In this article, we show you how in five simple ways!
A Soak After a Long Day
Having a bad day at the office? There’s nothing quite like sinking into your hot tub after a long and stressful day. Let the soothing jets and warm water melt away your troubles, so you can feel recharged to take on the next day. With an outdoor hot tub, who needs an exclusive spa or hotel when you have the convenience of rest and relaxation in your own backyard?
Catch Up with Family
When your friends and family come over for a visit, they’ll be easily entertained in a 4-person or 6-person hot tub. No need to bribe the young ones to unplug from their devices or unglue themselves from the TV. Simply start up the jets, flip open the hot tub cover and watch them jump in faster than you can say, Jack Robinson!
Hydrotherapy has been used for its amazing health benefits for centuries, and there’s no sign of it slowing down thanks to the innovative engineering and technology of today’s hot tubs. From improving circulation of the blood around the body to providing relief for sore muscles and joints, hydrotherapy or water therapy is a great way to induce healing and treat various conditions, such as arthritis, rheumatic complaints and other ailments.
You might not think it, but the warm and buoyant water of your hot tub is the perfect place for low-impact exercise. Submerging your body in water reduces the effects of gravity by nearly 90%, which means a tremendous easing of the load on your joints and muscles. Shoulder rolls, bicycle kicks, arm circles and torso rotations are just some of the exercises you can do to promote heart health, weight loss, improved muscle tone, and flexibility.
Get a Sound Night’s Sleep
Are you struggling to sleep? Soaking in a hot tub for 15 to 20 minutes before bedtime can ease the transition into deeper sleep. This is because your body naturally lowers its temperature at night while you sleep, and if you raise your body temperature a degree or two in your hot tub, when your body begins to bring its temperature down, the overall effect will relax you into a deep sleep.
Hot Tubs for Sale at Spa Land
Choose the benefits of an outdoor hot tub for your home today! Spa Land is your Cotati and Napa County area source for outdoor spas and other outdoor living features. To get started with your own backyard oasis or for other ways to improve your outdoor living contact us today!