• Why Should I Buy a Hot Tub?

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It’s So Much More Than a Hot Soak

Looking to relieve symptoms of diabetes or fibromyalgia? Are you an athlete looking to ease sore muscles and joints? Do you want to sleep better?

The power of hot water hydrotherapy is so much more than a warm bath. It’s stress relief, quite time, a great massage, and more wrapped up in one!

When you spend time in your spa, you reap the therapeutic benefits of hot tub hydrotherapy. How do we now? Science says so! Heat, buoyancy, and massage combine to relax your muscles, increase circulation and help relieve pain and tension. Here’s how:

Pain Relief

Soaking in a hot tub on a regular basis can not only reduce pain, but it can promote healing.

We find that people with sore muscles and joints benefit from a daily soak, but so do chronic back pain sufferers.

Many people have back pain because they’ve strained a muscle or a ligament. Or, they sit at a desk all day.

When you soak in a hot tub, you enjoy the benefits of buoyancy. Your hot tub helps relieve compressed joints and ligaments because the water supports you.

Please consult with your physician before soaking.


Heart Health

Your heart works more efficiently when you are immersed in hot water. As your veins and arteries dilate and carry more blood, that blood may flow easier throughout your body.

This can help enhance your circulation which is heart healthy.

What’s more, soaking in a hot tub can also stimulate exercise which is also heart healthy. A hot tub also helps lower blood pressure instead of increasing it.

Please consult with your physician before soaking.


A Better Night’s Sleep

You feel the effects of a hot water soak all night long and into the next day. After your soak, you are relaxed, your body temperatures lowers, and you’re in a state of pre-sleep.

Soaking in a hot tub before going to bed can lead to a deeper and more peaceful sleep. Millions of Americans suffer from sleep disorders, like insomnia, more than one night a week. Plus, a lack of sleep often leaves you feeling nervous, groggy and depressed or can cause erratic mood swings.

Experts believe insomnia can be traced to hectic, stressful lifestyles, thus, relaxing in a spa regularly can help.

A drop in body temperature can also aid in easing the body into a relaxing and sound sleep. Take a 15-minute soak in a hot tub about two hours  before bedtime, and 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.


Arthritis Benefits

Are you one of the nearly 55 million Americans affected by arthritis? If so, 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, tendon, and ligament movement or function. Soaking in a hot tub can help reduce these symptoms without the traditional side effects of medicine.

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. Please consult your physician.

For more information regarding arthritis and hot tubs, visit the Arthritis Foundation website.


Massage Therapy

Heat, buoyancy, and massage work together creating a relaxing hydromassage experience. After your soak, you feel more flexible and have an improved range of motion.

The heat raises your body temperature, increasing blood flow and circulation, stimulating healing, and relaxing your muscles. The buoyancy reduces your body weight by 90%*, relieving pressure on muscles and joints with a feeling of weightlessness. Relaxing massage provides the following benefits:

  • Relief of tension in muscles and joints
  • Temporary relief of aches and pains
  • Decreased anxiety and stress
  • Total, full-body relaxation

Did you know you can reap the benefits of a hot tub soak before and after you exercise? Plus, you can also leverage the power of both heat and cold therapy to promote healing and prevent muscle pain.

*Body weight reduced by 90% with neck-depth immersion. 


Family Time

It’s been said that a family that spas together stays together. Whether you’re enjoying couple time in your hot tub or soaking with young children or teenagers, a hot tub is the perfect place to unwind and stay connected.

Spend time in your spa as a family without the distractions of TV, Internet and cell phones. You might be surprised at how much talking is done allowing you to connect  and understand one another.

You can feel your best in a hot tub, while it offers you every-day physical and emotional benefits. In addition to providing stress-relief and relaxation, discover how a hot tub helps you enjoy time outside with loved ones!

Blood Sugar Levels

Did you know that soaking in a hot tub may lower your blood sugar levels? How?

When you soak in hot water, the heat helps dilate your blood vessels. This improves blood flow and helps nutrient rich blood reach your muscles. When all of this happens, you can reduce your blood sugar levels.

Many Americans have diabetes, and a hot tub can help reduce your blood glucose levels.

*Results may vary by person. Please consult your physician before soaking in a hot tub and for medical advice.


Hot tubs can help people cope with their fibromyalgia in several ways.

First, hot tubs may help reduce sleep disturbances which lessens the experience of fatigue.

In addition, hot tubs can ease muscular stiffness and soreness. As your hot water soak increases blood flow, muscles relax. In turn, you may find it easier to move around.

Routine soaks can also help relieve stress. Stress is a known and important intensifier of fibromyalgia symptoms.

Please consult with your physician before soaking.