A hot tub can be a great backyard addition. Not only is it a relaxing way to spend an evening, but people have reported many health benefits to adding a soak to their daily routine. As always, consult a doctor before starting treatment, but you may find that you experience a whole list of healthy side effects from your new hot tub.

Relaxation

At the end of a long day, a relaxing soak in your hot tub can do wonders. Tired, achy muscles get relief, leaving you ready to tackle another day. Guests will love coming over to take a soak in your hot tub. You can throw entertain everyone right in the hot tub with drinks and food nearby. Add jets for a great massage and you’ll never want to get out.

Better Sleep

With relaxation come better sleep. Many people have reported experiencing a better night’s sleep after soaking in their hot tub for about 20 minutes. The warm water and soothing jets can take the stress right out of your body, leaving you ready to get a relaxing night’s sleep. If you suffer from insomnia, or could just use a good night’s rest, consider adding a hot tub to your backyard this year.

Joint Pain

The human body actually floats when placed in water. This floating action gives joints a chance to rest and can relieve any pressure that is on them. If you suffer from joint pain, soaking in the hot tub is your chance to give them a break. Many therapy offices use hot tubs as treatment for joint pain. Why pay for a therapy visit when you can reap the benefits right in your own backyard?

Decrease Blood Sugar

If you have to keep track of your blood sugar, believe it or not, a hot tub can help you with that. Patients in a study who soaked in a hot tub for 30 minutes a day, 6 days each week noticed a significant decrease in their blood sugar. This even led to weight loss in some patients. Skip the medications and hours of exercise and add a soak in your hot tub to your daily routine.

Increased Circulation

Again, the magical powers of hot water can increase the circulation in your body. Your blood vessels start to dilate when exposed to warm water, leading to increased blood flow to your major organs. This can help everything function better, which is why there are so many known health benefits associated with using a hot tub.

Give us a call today to set up your free estimate. Experience the healthy side effects for yourself with your brand new hot tub. You won’t regret it, but just prepare for everyone you know to be jealous this season.