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Did you know that using a hot tub regularly is not only a financial investment, but it’s an investment in your life?
As you shop for a hot tub and look at the price tags, you may wonder if it’s worth it. In this article, we’re going to show you that the improvement in your life is definitely worth the cost.
For millions of years, people have recognized the benefits of warm water therapy. From the Egyptians to the Romans, the Japanese and the Russians, the Swiss and more recently, the Americans – past to present – we can all agree that hot water immersion is good for you body, soul, and mind.
Ready? Let’s look at five tips for changing your life. (more…)
Diabetes can cause many issues, and many diabetics have circulatory problems, and since hot tubs encourage increased blood flow, they may help!
The American Diabetes Association recommends daily exercise, yet rigorous exercise is often difficult.
The buoyancy of water in a hot tub can make exercise easier. It also promotes better circulation and blood flow. Hydrotherapy has long been known to help treat and provide relief from many different ailments. In fact, the ancient Romans and the ancient Egyptians held hydrotherapy in high esteem.
We all know Covid and the flu are here, but so are RSV and the common cold.
Omicron is everywhere, the flu is rampant, and we bet you know someone who is really suffering. While there are no cures for these virulent illnesses, there are some ways you can relieve your symptoms.
Here’s how to fight wintertime illnesses and hopefully recover faster.
We all experience neck and shoulder tension. Watch for simple stretches that can take just a few seconds of your time.
Watch as an expert shares some simple stretches for your neck and shoulders. Give one a try! If this feels good now, just imagine how much better it will feel when you’re immersed in warm water.
If you’re tense, try this quick stretching exercise.