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Do You Need a Hot Tub? Take the Quiz

Frustrated on a daily basis? Tired of aching muscles and joints every morning? Looking for a place to relax and unwind? Want somewhere to reconnect with loved ones?

If any of these are on your list, you can do something about them. Hydrotherapy in your hot tub is usually a great answer. A hot tub can help you renew, refresh and feel better every day.

With a hot tub, you can feel transformed, both mentally and physically. We borrowed this quiz from our friends at Caldera Spas. Go ahead and take it to see how everything adds up at the end as we look at the question, “Do I need a hot tub?”

The answer is: take the quiz! Give a “check” to all the boxes that apply.

▢ By the end of the day I’m exhausted, but I can’t seem to calm down. I need  help.

Adrenaline pumps through your veins all day. No wonder you have a hard time calming down. Your body is on high alert. It’s hard to convince your body to lighten up.

Research shows that immersing yourself in the warm water of a hot tub lowers your heart rate by 15% and your blood pressure by 11-12%.

You can’t help it. Your body is in control and calming your system down. The tensions of the day clear away.

Hydrotherapy benefits many systems in the body and promotes heart health, relaxation and overall well-being.

My job is physically demanding. I get a workout at work. My body needs to rejuvenate so I can feel better and be at the top of my game.

If you’ve got a job that demands more from you than the gym, hot tub hydrotherapy can help. Like any high performing athlete protecting your body is essential. Your income depends upon it.

Research tells us that pain and tenderness statistically improve in warm spa water. Warm spa water increases circulation bringing healing to micro-traumas caused by physical exertion. It also lowers plasma lactate that causes muscle soreness.

Using a hot tub to help your muscles recover from daily activities is a smart, healthy thing to do. Remember, all jobs demand a lot from us. Hydrotherapy helps most people get their job done.

Do You Need a Hot Tub? Take the Quiz

▢ I always have a lot on my mind. I’m looking for something that helps quiet my mind AND sooth my body.

Quieting the mind comes easy to some, but it doesn’t to others. Your mind may be overstimulated with thoughts. Hot tub hydrotherapy allows you to redirect your thoughts by introducing alternate forms of stimulation.

As you slip into the comfort of warm water, your body senses a change. Your attention focuses on feelings of comfort. Some liken it to the experience of a baby in the safety of the womb. Feelings of well-being and relaxation deepen as the jets pulsate against your sore muscles.

The sound of the bubbles and hum of the filtration system create soothing white noise that quiets the chatter in your head.

Focus on your breathing in the hot tub as you practice meditation. Time spent in a hot tub is a full-sensory experience designed to unburden your mind and body.

I feel like my days run together into one big stressful experience. I need to create a shift to bring more balance into my life.

Hot tub hydrotherapy serves as a personal reset button that helps you start fresh.

Soak in the morning or evening, or both. Set aside just 20 minutes a day to improve your overall health. You’ll find it’s the best part of your day.

People have been fitting hydrotherapy into their schedules since ancient times. History tells us the health benefits are worth the effort.

Like with any new behavior allow yourself 21 days to learn the new routine. Give yourself a chance to make your daily soak a habit that sticks with you for a lifetime.

SCORE: It’s time to tally your score. Based on the number of boxes you checked your body is telling you the following:

0 – You are in the zone.

1 – You could use some hot tub relief.

2 – The probability of improving your health and well-being through hot tub hydrotherapy is high.

3 – Your body’s need to relax and avoid pain via hot tub hydrotherapy is shouting at you!

4 – You, your family and friends need to jump in and reap the benefits of hot tub hydrotherapy as soon as possible.

To Conclude

At the end of the day, your health and well-being are up to you. Today’s the day you throw yourself a lifeline to create renewed, improved health with hot tub hydrotherapy.

Reach for it! You’ve got this.

If you’re ready to add a hot tub to your life and feel better, more relaxed, and happier every day, contact us below or stop by one of our three locations.

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Source: Caldera Spas