From decreasing aches and pains to improving sleep, the modern hot tub has much to offer. But how about stress relief? Can soaking in the family spa ease tension? You bet.
Here’s how to control elevated stress with a dip in the hot tub.
The Power of Heat The hot tub is unique in that it provides sustained heat. Unlike a bath where the temperature drops as soon as you get in, a spa maintains high heat for as long as you soak. Target the neck or low back with high heat and feel the tension slip away.
Increase Blood Flow, Decrease Blood Pressure Elevated heat in the hot tub raises core body temperature and increases blood flow. But, despite increased circulation, blood pressure actually decreases, as tight muscles relax and blood vessels dilate.
Hydro-massage for Long Lasting Relief The therapeutic benefits of massage in warm water work together to create an allover stress busting experience. Water cushions the body, reducing body weight while pulsating jets remove kinks, decreasing built up tension and stress. S
o Go Ahead, Take a Soak, You Deserve it! It’s, fast, fun and relaxing. Not only that, it’s good for the body, soothes the mind and can improve your overall health and well-being. To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of using a hot tub to help improve their overall health and well-being, Southwest Spas is providing free test soaks all month. We do recommend, however, that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute soak call us ahead of time to reserve their spot.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, pick up a copy of this free buyer’s guide, First Time Spa Buyers Most Frequently Asked Questions. Just give us a call at either our Mesa or Gilbert Store or visit our website at: http://SouthwestSpas.com.
1110 S. Country Club Drive
Mesa, Arizona 85210