People invest in hot tubs for many reasons, some of which include escaping the biting cold of winter and making their house into a party pad. I mean, what great party movie have you seen that didn’t include a pool or hot tub scene? Regardless of why you have one, I bet you haven’t considered all of the health benefits that you can enjoy from a good, hot soak. Now let’s look at another 5 Reasons Your Hot Tub is Good for You.
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We’ll start with the obvious one; hot tubs promote relaxation. When you’re immersed in hot water, your muscles become less tense and you release stress as a result.
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2. Immune System
Being in an environment where the temperature is raised (like a sauna or a hot tub) helps to stimulate your body’s natural production of white blood cells. An abundance of these cells aids in your body’s natural ability to fight off infections, viruses, etc. You’ll get sick less often if you’re frequenting your hot tub on a regular basis.
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One of the bonuses of being in a hot tub is that it mimics some of the benefits of exercise without having to put strain on your heart. After a few minutes in the hot water of a spa, you’ll begin to sweat; sweating is a great way to remove toxins from your body and it really helps your skin improve.
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4. Blood Pressure
When you’re immersed in hot water, your heart rate speeds up to send blood to the surface of your body to remove excess body heat as a means to deal with the increased outside temperature of your environment.
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Hydrotherapy, particularly in hot water is known to help people who are recovering from injury or surgery. Just make sure you’re getting into the water with the consent of your doctor after waiting a significant time after you’ve gone under the knife. Again, the increased circulation and blood supply to the injured area helps you to recover quicker in addition to the benefits of an increase in production of white blood cells.
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