Build your hot tub into your daily schedule and it won't be long before you start to experience the numerous health benefits. Remember, even a 15 minute soak can be all you need to allow the hot tub to work its magic.
Here's a few ways to do this:
Start your day with a soak in the hot tub. You'll feel energised, refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead. Instead of scrolling through your social media or watching the TV, use your time wisely and hop in the tub. It will be a much more valuable way to start the day.
Use your hot tub when you exercise. Before exercise, a soak in the hot tub will help to loosen muscles and increase blood flow. Afterwards, the warm water will help to relax muscles and aid recovery.
Have a soak before you go to bed. This will help you to relax and unwind, allowing you to sleep more peacefully. A good night's sleep is essential so set this time aside each night and you won't regret it.
Once you've built your hot tub into your daily routine, you should find it fairly easy to stick to. Make sure that you keep on top of your hot tub maintenance so it's always ready for when you want to get in.
If you are an exercise person, hot tubs in the morning can still be beneficial for you. Before you head out to the gym or for a run, do some stretching in the hot tub. The warm water will loosen your muscles and prep your body better.
If you’re not in a rush in the morning, you can also try aqua yoga in your hot tub. Doing yoga in warm water helps to alleviate chronic muscle pain, improve muscle tone, strength, and endurance, and stimulate the immune system.
We know that taking those dips in your hot tub on a regular basis can have a fantastic impact on your health and wellbeing – so here are just three of the ways they can help you boost your health.
Our immune systems may not be something we pay a huge amount of thought to, but when those winter colds and office bugs show their faces we suddenly start wishing we made a little more effort to keep it in top bug-fighting condition. The good news is that the massaging features and warm waters of our hot tubs combine to create hydrotherapy, stimulating white blood cells.
a hot tub is actually a fantastic way to detoxify. If you think about it, while you’re busy unwinding in that scrummy warm water, your body temperature will be rising, so you’ll be all hot and sweaty without feeling uncomfortable. let your body get rid of those toxins and impurities through your skin…it may not sound glamorous but it’s a great thing to do when you can. So, that quiet session after a busy weekend on the party scene may do even more than just help you to unwind…!
If you’re keen to get into shape but find the whole idea a little daunting, trying some gentle daily exercise routines in your spa is a great way to get started, as the water will relieve pressure on your joints and leave you feeling buoyant, making a gentle workout feel even easier. If you overdo the workout at the gym and need to give your muscles a little TLC, the hot tub can raise your temperature and boost your circulation, helping to heal those injured tissues.
If you have any medical conditions or if you’re pregnant, consult your physician before you add hot-tubbing to your regular morning routine. Hydrotherapy is proven to bring emotional and physical benefits, so make the most of your morning!