Why Buy a Hot Tub?

For many years, hot tubs and home spas were the exclusive luxuries of the wealthy. They were expensive to buy, expensive to operate and not very reliable.

With the onset of better manufacturing and better materials, and lower prices, however, the popularity of hot tubs and home spas began to soar.

As medical science has advanced, there has been an increased awareness of the benefits of hot tub hydrotherapy. Many medical conditions, injuries and other health problems can be eased or improved with regular hydrotherapy treatments.

For example, people with arthritis, multiple sclerosis, paralysis and other conditions that involve deteriorating range of motion benefit from time spent in a hot tub. The warm water helps ease aches and pains, while loosening joints and making them easier to move and keep mobile.

Joint problems, chronic back pain and other painful conditions resulting from injuries are also helped with regular hot tub hydrotherapy. Those seeking stress relief, general relaxation, and quiet opportunities for conversation commonly experience significant hot tub benefits as well.

Over the past few years it has become evident that the health professionals endorse the use of hot tubs and spas as a way of healing the body.

Sitting in a hot tub raises the body temperature and enhances your ability to fall asleep. Evening soaks promote restful, uninterrupted slumber.
Hot tubs offer an array of health benefits. Relief from Arthritis, Aches and Stiffness. Warm, pulsating water increases blood supply to aching joints, which helps to remove inflammatory particles from the area and relieves pain. Decreasing the need for as much medication. Let the warm water relax you as you find a soothing, quiet place to catch up on your reading. Many people find that soaking in a hot tub relieves headache pain too, especially pain from tension headaches. As the body relaxes, so do the muscles in the head.
Many people with fibromyalgia and other painful conditions find that a soak in the hot tub decreases the need for pain medication, providing relief without side effects.
As unbelievable as it may sound, recent studies have proven that the regular use of hot tubs can aid in the reduction of weight. This stems from the fact that soaking in a hot tub simulates exercise by dilating the blood vessels and promoting better circulation as it relaxes the skin and muscles. It also raises the heart rate, while lowering blood pressure. This seems to indicate that soaking in a hot tub may be healthier for your heart than the traditional methods of exercise - same benefits but with less stress to the heart. An article that appeared in the September 16, 1999 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine followed a group of subjects who were required to soak in a hot tub for thirty minutes a day, six days a week, for three weeks. Though this study was for diabetes research, the results were wide-reaching. The subjects lost over one pound per week, just by soaking in a spa.
In trying to regain its normal temperature, the body will begin sweating so that moisture on the skin will evaporate and cool the body. This process also helps rid the body of toxins.
After a study "hot tub therapy" helped a group of Type 2 diabetics reduce their blood sugar levels and improve sleep patterns. The effects of partial immersion in a hot tub simulate the beneficial effects of exercise. Physical exercise is recommended for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. An independent study was carried out on a group of Type 2 diabetes patients for three weeks. The patients were required to soak in a hot tub for thirty minutes a day, six days a week, for the duration of the study. The results were astounding! The patients' average blood sugar levels were reduced by an average of 13 percent. One of the subjects was able to reduce his daily dose of insulin by 18 percent after only ten days of the study.
Regular use of hot tubs can also help to diminish the appearance of cellulite. The design of a woman's body naturally causes the skin to dimple out, whether she is overweight or thin. However, by improving circulation to the areas affected by cellulite, it has been proven that the appearance of the unsightly deposits can be reduced. The hydrotherapy that a hot tub provides stimulates the blood vessels, increasing circulation. It also tones the body tissue, reduces fluid retention and relieves swelling. All of these benefits combined can result in the diminishment of the appearance of cellulite.
Exercising in water is easier on the joints than exercising on land. Many hot tubs aren't deep enough to stand in, and almost all offer enough room for chair exercises. The warm water in a hot tub decreases muscle tension, which allows greater flexibility. You can stretch better in the water.
A hot tub’s soothing waters decrease stress and help you unwind. Relaxation is at the top of the priority list for buyers who purchase a hot tub.
Better than a masseuse, jets give the ultimate rubdown, whether you are in the mood for a gentle touch or a more forceful massage. Tension seems to settle in the neck and shoulder region. Special jets surrounding the neck provide pulsating, rhythmic relief.
In this hubbub world, it often becomes hard to find time to share highlights of the day with your partner. A hot tub creates the perfect opportunity to talk.
Flip open the hot tub cover, start the jets and watch how every one in the family tends to leave the television room or computer station and head for a soak. You don’t have to say anything; if you lead them, they will come.
Start the day with a refreshing soak while listening to the birds chirp and watching the sunrise. A nice hot coffee and swirling water will be the perfect start to any day. Today’s self-contained hot tubs maintain steady heat, always ready for you to step in and enjoy yourself. There is no more turning on the heater and waiting for warm water.
Many hot tub owners find it an ideal place to let their youngsters become accustomed to the water and to gain an appreciation and respect for it, as long as an adult remains within an arm’s reach. They’ll be swimming before you know it!
Once the wound heals, rehabilitation programs may include hydrotherapy to help patients get back on their feet faster. Specialized jets that move up and down the spine soothe inflamed tissue and relieve the pain. Your Spa is ready whenever you are.
When feeling a little congested / run down? The steam rising off the hot water can help to open up nasal passages. Inhaling warm, moist air has long been a home remedy for upper respiratory problems.
The good news for sufferers is that there is a safe and effective way to both minimize the discomfort and prevent further damage. According to a publication from The Arthritis Foundation, Spas, Pools, and Arthritis, "Regular sessions in a hot tub help keep joints moving. It restores and preserves strength and flexibility, and also protects your joints from further damage”. "A hot tub fulfills the need perfectly...providing the warmth, massage, and buoyancy that is so necessary to the well-being of arthritis sufferers. The buoyancy of the water supports and lessens stress on the joints and encourages freer movement. Water exercises may even act as a resistance to help build muscle strength." Many arthritis sufferers find that a soak in the morning provides day-long relief.
Turn on the Spas integrated lighting and the hot tub becomes a centerpiece for garden parties. Even if no one gets wet, its handsome appearance and soothing sounds become the center of attention. Surprise! Surprise your spouse with a hot tub, decked out with all the amenities that will provide years of enjoyment. It makes a great anniversary or Christmas gift to each other.
While sitting in the hot tub on a sunny day in both summer and winter, the sun not only warms and directly penetrates the skin; it also bounces off the water, increasing the potential for tanning. Some hot tub owners keep the water at a lower temperature in the summer so they can place a raft in the hot tub and float around while cooling off.
You don’t have to stay inside out of the rain, jump in your spa, put your parasol up and don’t waste a moment! If you have a gazebo –even better! Sit with your eyes shut and listen to the pitter-patter of raindrops on the roof whilst relaxing with your loved ones.
When the snow starts falling, hot tub owners like to head outdoors to experience the unique hot and cold sensation of letting icy snowflakes hit their skin, while relaxing in the hot, bubbly water.
While some hot tub owners choose to take their spa with them when they move, others find that it adds to their existing home’s value, especially if landscaping or other amenities enhance the garden as well.
Watch the sky twinkle on a starry night. Pick out the Big Dipper, Orion and other constellations.
Add a gazebo, bar surround and a built-in refrigerator, and turn your hot tub into the spot for entertaining friends. Whether it is a birthday bash or a holiday get-together, spending some time in a hot tub adds a special twist to a traditional celebration.
By placing your hot tub in a prominent garden spot and adding a gazebo and low-maintenance landscaping plants, you will cut down on lawn care.
When it is time to relocate to a new home, just unplug and drain your portable hot tub, then have the movers pack it on the truck. When you arrive, fill the hot tub and let its restorative powers ease the strain of moving. (Or get us to do it for you).
Better insulation and state-of-the-art heating systems help to keep operating costs to a minimum. It is a runaway winner in any pounds-per-minute-of-joy contest.
Soaking with a special someone sets the scene for memory making. You will easily recall the time that you witnessed a sunset, or the evening that a shooting star streaked across the sky.
After a long day on your feet, nothing feels better than a foot massage. Special foot jets, available on many spas, know just how much pressure to exert to wash away pedaling pains.
The warm, swirling waters can speed recovery from minor injuries, and it can often be incorporated into a rehabilitation program after a more severe mishap.
The endless ringing of the telephone, the background din of a television and online instant messaging can cause Techno stress. Let the enticing hot tub waters draw you away from the ceaseless onslaught of information.
Lived in the same house forever? Update your garden with a new layout, new plants and fit your spa into the plans from the beginning.
After a long day working outdoors, slipping into a hot tub will thaw that frozen-to-the-bone feeling. Mini-Vacation - Get away from it all, without ever leaving your property. Relaxing in a hot tub can make you feel that you have escaped to a private paradise. Perfect for Spending Bank Holidays / School Holidays at home.


Hot Tubs At Home Bell Plantation, Watling Street,
Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 6GX.

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