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Hot tubs have grown massively in popularity over recent years. What was once a luxury item that only the very wealthy could afford, has now become much more commonplace in many UK homes. But why is this and why should you consider jumping on the hot tub bandwagon?
Probably the most obvious reason that springs to most peoples' minds when they think of hot tubs. Have you ever known a spa retreat that doesn't involve a hot tub somewhere along the way? There's nothing better than stepping into a warm, bubbling tub at the end of a long day to help you relax and unwind and by owning your own hot tub, this is a luxury you can enjoy every single day.
Over the years, the many benefits of hydrotherapy on both physical and mental health have been recognised by numerous studies. Bathing is spa baths has been shown to help alleviate aches and pains, high blood pressure, stress and anxiety plus many other health complaints.
How often do you sit down with your family and actually talk about your day? Chances are that in today's' busy world, not as often as you'd like. A hot tub gives you great excuse to take some time out each week away from the TV, mobile phones and computers and just enjoy each other's company.
Of course spending long Summer nights in the garden is fantastic but we can often neglect the outdoors during the Winter. Due to the fact that a hot tub can be heated to approximately 40 degrees Celcius, they can be used all year round. In fact, what better way to warm up than in a nice toasty hot tub? It's also suggested that soaking in hot water can help to get rid of cold and flu bugs which are always around in the colder months. So get that temperature cranked up and breathe in some nice fresh air!
Nowadays it's fairly easy to find a hot tub whether it's at a friend's house, at the gym or a local spa. However, imagine not having to leave your home every time you fancy a soak or not having to share your relaxation time with anyone else. Simply step outside and into your own private area of tranquility.
If you struggle to shut off at the end of the day and get a good night's sleep, a hot tub could be the solution. Proper sleep is essential for us to feel good and to help the body repair itself. During a soak in a hot tub, the body's temperature increases which helps the mind to relax and ultimately will help you achieve a deeper sleep.
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Most hot tubs have a temperature range between around 32-40 degrees Celcius. But how hot should your hot tub be for maximum enjoyment and safety?
The temperature outside may be dropping but that doesn't mean your hot tub should go into hibernation. In fact, Winter is the best time to use your hot tub.
Hot tubs offer a range of health and wellbeing benefits, so be sure to incorporate it into your daily routine to get the most out of it.
You may not realise it, but where you position your hot tub is actually a very important consideration. The correct positioning will not only ensure you get the most use out of your hot tub but also make it easier to maintain.
One of the biggest concerns for people considering buying a hot tub is the maintenance. In reality, if you keep on top of it, keeping a hot tub in tip top condition requires minimal effort.
We all know that lack of sleep can leave us feeling groggy, lethargic and unfocused, especially if it's a regular occurrence. A long soak in a hot tub can drastically improve the quality of your sleep thanks to the soothing benefits of warm water.