There is a direct link to health and hydrotherapy. What is Hydrotherapy you ask? It’s the practice of us steam and hot or cold baths to promote health. A hot tub offers a great starting point to jump in.
Soaking in hot water is a wonderful way to relax and rejuvenate and is proven to promote health in many individuals. Everything from your mind to your skin to your muscles inside your body, hydrotherapy is an easy and convenient first step on the path to improving overall well-being. Here are 3 reasons to consider hot tubbing a good choice for health improvement:
Improves Mental Health:
Soaking in hot water produces an increase in blood pulse and this creates an intense feeling of well-being. Anxiety and tension are unravelled by this strong sense and lasts well after you step out of a hot tub. Hot bathing also helps you fall asleep faster because of the increase in body temperature which, similarly, helps you fall into a deeper sleep.
Improves Skin and Lung Health:
The moment you step into a tub of hot water, your skin and lungs are being purified. Hot water stimulates cell function and also regenerates damaged cells. Dead skin is easily washed away and new cells are stimulated. As you breathe in that steam from the hot water, your lungs are decongesting and your sinuses are being soothed, especially if you add a few drops of eucalyptus oil into the water.
Improves Body Health: As soon as you plunge in, that hot water is causing a chain-reaction inside your body. Your blood pressure increases from both the immersion and the heat: cardiac volume increases, giving your heart a workout and more blood is pumped around your body and faster. This stimulation of blood flow sends more oxygen and nutrients around your body, targeting tight muscles and arthritis and helping to relieve pain. Studies have revealed that soaking in hot water for around 20-30 minutes a day can actually decrease your blood sugar levels, enabling your body to stabilize.
Hot water therapy is great for everyone and has shown clear benefits when it comes to overall well-being and health. Beachcomber Hot Tubs in Lethbridge put together this great infographic on hydrotherapy and dives deep into the benefits and health improvement hot tubbing has to offer.
Nice post! The use of hydrotherapy has been around since a very long time. Relaxing in hot water is one of the best methods to make our body as well as mind healthier. My aunt once had gone to get a hydrotherapy massage, from there she got to know about the walk in bath tub which has hydrotherapy feature inbuilt in it, means like now people can enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy in their own bathroom. So amazing!