As the weather gets colder during the fall and winter months, it can really take a toll on our bodies. Many people may experience stiff and aching joints that can lead to a more sedentary and less active lifestyle. The lack of physical activity and this lifestyle can add to the negative effects that the cold has on our bodies. A hot tub can help rescue your body!
Did you know that stress can cause weight gain? Hot tubs can help lower your stress level, and in turn, help you to lose weight.
Using a hot tub is a very effective stress management method. Here, we will discuss how warm water hydrotherapy in your hot tub can help keep stress at an improved manageable level.
Science is still working to provide the proof that associates hydrotherapy and hot tub usage to specific cures. We all know that it feels great and it helps us feel better and as more studies are done there is proof developing that links aquatic therapy to justifiable and qualitative improvements in a person’s overall health and well-being.
Top 6 Summer Cocktail Recipes to enjoy in your hot tub. If you enjoy cocktails, fresh ingredients like cucumber, mint, lemon, and berries mixed with juice and ice are a simple pleasure on a hot summer evening. We have selected 6 delicious and easy to make beverages to enjoy by the hot tub this summer.
Hydrotherapy has been utilized for thousands of years. The Romans and Greeks treated a variety of conditions with it. Using three of nature’s most powerful relieving agents: heat, water and air, it stimulates and gently massages the body while helping to ease away aches and pains. It’s a natural therapy, that is safely used by hospitals, physiotherapists and health spas all around the world. You should first consult with your physician to see if this can benefit you.
Keeping your hot tub water sparkling clear has been a challenge for hot tub owners for years! Are you constantly measuring out just the right quantities of harsh chemicals to pour into your tub? Clean your hot tub the natural way! Eliminate unwanted bacteria and other elements that cause hot tub water to become cloudy and give off unpleasant odors without all of the harsh chemicals!