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The Benefits of Hot Tub Hydrotherapy: Relaxation and Beyond

Having a hot tub at home gives you access to one of the most tried and tested forms of relaxation and wellness: hydrotherapy. Humans have been using hydrotherapy to enhance wellbeing for hundreds of years - because it really works. If you are keen to find new ways to relax and improve your general wellness then these are just some of the benefits of using a hot tub to do it.

An effective way to destress

A lot of what we feel stressed about tends to happen in the mind so being able to switch off a stressed brain and get into your body instead can make a big difference. With a hot tub, the warmth of the water can help you to relax and be more present while the massage jets work to physically undo any stress knots that have formed.

Improving recovery times

Whether you are an athlete recovering from a big race or you’ve taken up a new exercise regime and are looking for ways to improve how quickly you can get back and train, a hot tub can make a big difference. Sitting in the hot tub being massaged by the jets is a great way to relieve the aches and pains that can be caused by exercise. The jets help to release lactic acid, which is the principal cause of muscle soreness. Plus, you can focus the jets on an area that you’re having specific trouble with, such as your shoulders after a big weights session.

A natural way to access pain relief

If you’re in pain then you’re going to find it difficult to relax - and wellness levels can drop. Spending time in a hot tub acts as a natural form of pain relief, helping to ease symptoms without the need to take anything pharmaceutical. This has been found to be the case for many different types of conditions, from fibromyalgia to arthritis. Time in a hot tub can also help with something like restless leg syndrome and also with lower back pain.

Getting more sleep on a regular basis

Including your hot tub in your nighttime routine can be incredibly beneficial if you’re looking to get more sleep - and better sleep. The amount of sleep we have has a big impact on how relaxed we feel, as well as overall wellness levels. Spend just 20 minutes a night in your hot tub and you’ll feel more relaxed and less connected to the events of your day. Plus, when you get out of the hot tub and your body temperature starts to drop this signals to your body that it’s time for sleep.

Social time to boost your mood

Your hot tub is a great place to spend time with friends and family and get that all-important social connection. This not only helps to relax us but also helps us to feel more positive too.

From reducing stress to improving sleep, these are just some of the ways that hot tub hydrotherapy helps with relaxation and wellness. We offer servicing and post-sales care for all of our customers to make sure that our customers get the best out of their hot tub. We are proud to have a multi-award-winning showroom located in Kent, so please come down and try out our huge range.

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The Hot Tub and Swim Spa Company specialise in providing hot tubs, swim spas, pools and gazebos and have experience of over 50 years in this industry. We also offer servicing and post-sales care for all of our customers to make sure that our customers get the best out of their hot tub.