Health Benefits of Hot Tubs
Over the past few years it has become evident that the health professionals endorse the use of hot tubs and spas as a way of healing the body.
When you think about how we all came into the world, we started in water, and it makes sense that by having a place to relax in water at a perfect temperature, how beneficial that could be (and is).
Americans today are much more contentious about their health and have come to stand by their health care professional’s opinions about the healing benefits of sitting in a hot tub or spa.
Whether you are looking for a way to enhance your physical body or your peace-of-mind, the way to go is in a hot tub.
The heart is designed to pump blood in response to our body’s demands or requests. The heart has to work a lot less when the body’s temperature is elevated (not too much) and are in a state of buoyancy. You can relieve your body weight by 20% when in a tub or pool up to your neck in water. Just the effects of the natural gravitational pull that are lessened by doing this is well worth looking into if you are pursuing optimal health.
While relaxing in a hot tub, the health benefits are numerous; and include the simple fact that when you are immersed in water up to your neck the volume of blood in your chest cavity and even in your heart will increase and that’s the best thing you can do for your circulation system. More of the health benefits that can be gained by regular immersion in a hot tub include benefits to your pulmonary, musculoskeletal, renal and endocrine systems.
By your heart pumping in the conditions of a relaxing hot tub and the fact that you are not putting all of your body’s weight in stress, these benefits will be a great advantage for any owner of a hot tub or spa. While your heart’s ability to pump blood goes up, and your heart rate is enjoying a bit of a slow down, your cardiovascular system can become more efficient right along with every other working system of the body.
There are almost too many health benefits to mention that will be enjoyed by the hot tub user that naming them all would take up too much time but here are a few more health benefits; water has always been known to soothe pain away, it can (and will) loosen up cramped muscles, sitting in the water up to your neck you will also have the added benefit of having the vapors from the steam entering your nose and possibly loosening up any congestion that is going on within. One of the most beneficial ways regular hot tub or spa use can help is with sleep.
How many nights have you spent, churning up inside over any and every little thing and the more you try to sleep, the more wide awake you get? When you step out of a hot tub, you feel naturally relaxed and drowsy and all you need next is your pillow and a blanket in order to enjoy a good night’s rest.