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Do you ever get home after a long day of work and just want to hop into your bathtub to relax and relieve the stress of the day? We are all familiar with that comfortable and luxurious sensation of our muscles relaxing in the toasty hot tub water, but not many of us know about the long term benefits a spa has on our health.
Water therapy is an old and ancient practice that started with natural hot springs and transformed into hot tub therapy in the modern living style.
Regulation of Blood Flow
Warm water soothes and pacifies your muscles by regulating blood flow that helps oxygen to spread more easily through the body. Similarly, buoyancy dramatically reduces pressure on joints to relieve pains and aches.
Producing measured pressure, the massage jet system targets both trigger points and knot points to gradually release pain and relax the muscles.
The spa jets liberate you from the stressed feeling boosting your mood with a pleasant feeling. The feel-good hormones offer calmness that takes you away from the whole day tiresome routine. The massage excites you mentally, reducing anxiety and hypertension, while soaking in warm water allows controlling insomnia and fighting against scoliosis, depression, fibromyalgia and tendonitis.
All the above benefits provide you enough reason to install a hot tub at your home. Hot tub therapy with high-quality spa jets not only improve your physical health but also boost your mental health to refresh yourself for quality life.
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