Health Benefits of Hot Tubs
The buoyancy provided by water offers great relief to those who suffer from chronic or injury-related skeletal discomfort. Chronic back pain can be relieved by removing a full load of gravity from the spinal column while immersed in warm water and increasing activation of “feel good” neurotransmitters.
This effect can be magnified by the massaging action of water jets and by ergonomic seating.
Let’s face it – hot tubs are hot. As our bodies attempt to maintain a steady internal temperature, our natural coolant, perspiration, flushes out many of the toxins and other undesirable compounds that we accumulate.
In the face of an increasingly sedentary lifestyle, natural detoxification is at a premium.
Science aside, the most important benefit of time in a hot tub is the state of relaxation that’s a part of every soak. In a world where stress accumulates easily on us all, an Arctic Spa hot tub is a respite from the storm.
We can recharge our mental batteries, and emerge from the water rejuvenated.