IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH AND WELLNESS WITH AN OUTDOOR HOT TUB
Whether you live in a tropical state or Antarctica, if your house doesn’t have a hot tub, it might not feel complete. Sure, it can seem like a significant investment, but the health benefits that come along with it are truly priceless. Soaking in a hot tub on a regular basis can help improve your health and wellness in many ways, including the following:
Not only do you get to enjoy a relaxing time with family and friends, but you can all experience an improvement in your overall quality of life. Some of the best hot tubs are equipped with the features and technology to help you engage in many water-based therapeutic techniques, including hydrotherapy, reflexology, chromatherapy, and watsu, among others. To maximize your hot tub experience, there is a wide selection of hot tub accessories and supplies available to you, including headrests, aromatherapy spa scents, exterior lights, spa systems, and more. Learn more about the health benefits of hot tubs from our experts at Outback Pools and Spas in Wichita Falls!
Benefits of owning a Hot tub
Too much time on the couch?
A hot tub soak can revive and increase your energy level.
Not in the mood?
Perk up and add an evocative fragrance to your hot tub water.
Too much stress?
An effective way to reduce stress and get more sleep.
STRESS RELIEF & SLEEP
Need a massage?
Our jets can loosen some of the 7,000 nerve endings in your feet.
Massage therapy from a hot tub takes care of your aches and pains.
Stiff arthritic joints?
From "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for medical conditions.
The Top Health Benefits of Using an Outdoor Hot Tub
StressCombat everyday stress by soaking in a hot tub for 30-60 minutes on a regular basis. The relaxing environment created by the spa features and additional hot tub accessories might be just what you need after a long, stressful day. Simply immerse yourself into the heat of the jet-driven water, and allow your hot tub to do the rest. The heat of the water can help to improve your circulation and the natural production of positive endorphins, which can help to ease feelings of pain and anxiety. To maximize your stress-relieving hot tub experience, try adding aromatherapy spa fragrances to the water, bringing a good book or playing soothing music from your spa stereo.
SleepImprove your sleep patterns by soaking in a hot tub for 20-45 minutes everyday before bed. The rocking motion caused by the hot tub jets combined with the heat of the water is the perfect recipe for a pre-bedtime routine. Fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer, thanks to eased muscle tension, soothed joints and improved relaxation, all benefits of soaking in a hot tub on a routine basis. Some hot tub accessories can be used in combination to further improve results, including spa aromatherapy scents and ergonomic headrests.
CirculationBoost the circulation of your bloodstream with regular soaks in your outdoor hot tub. The heat of the water can help to improve your heart rate slightly, helping blood move throughout the body more effectively and oxygen reach various body parts. When recovering following an injury, improved circulation, endorphin production and more oxygen reaching affected body parts is crucial to a better quality of healing. In fact, many physiotherapists and healthcare professionals around the world recommend soaking in some of the best hot tubs as part of their treatment plan, as it can help speed along the recovery process and often offers better results. Before incorporating a hot tub into your recovery, we recommend speaking with a physician first to ensure your best health.
Pain ReliefIt’s no secret, soaking in a hot tub feels good. We can thank hydrotherapy for eased aches and pains, with a wonderful combination of buoyancy, heat, and massage, spending time in a hot tub can result in long-term pain relief. First, the buoyancy of the water helps to lift pressure and weight from your muscles and joints. Second, the heat of the water helps your body to relax and let go of built-up tension. Third, the massaging-action of the jets targets some of the most stress-prone areas of the body, including the upper back, neck, and shoulders.
ExerciseOften, exercising on dry land can cause stress to muscles and joints throughout the body. Avoid inflammation and reduce risk of injury by taking your workout to the hot tub. The buoyancy of the water can help to lift pressure and weight from the body, making it easier to move around with an added feeling of weightlessness. Combined with the soothing effects of the hot water and jets, your body can feel more comfortable, which can be revolutionary for those who suffer from chronic pain or arthritis. This doesn’t mean that a workout in the water will be any less effective, as the water also adds resistance, giving your body something more to work against than on dry land. Regular water-based exercise can help tone muscles, improve flexibility, boost balance, and improve overall mobility. If exercise isn’t for you, a light stretch or water yoga routine might be right up your alley.