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Health benefits of Spas and Hot Tubs


An ancient technique used for thousands of years to relieve pain, increase mobility and physical well-being. The combination of heat, massage and buoyancy relaxes the body and mind, reduces muscle strain and soreness, relieves pressure and tension and stimulates healing. Once fully submerged in hot tub water, you lose 90% of body weight, reducing the workload on muscles, which even occurs during sleep.


The Arthritis foundation recommends that hydrotherapy can alleviate some of the pain associated with arthritis and manage symptoms. In addition to relaxing in the safe environment of a hot tub, sufferers of arthritis can perform flexibility exercises within a hot tub, whilst the warm water, reduces pressure on joints.


Relaxing in a hot tub at night can help to prevent insomnia. Soaking in warm swirling water can help relax your body and mind, making a smooth transition as you fall into a deep sleep. Some studies also suggest that the core body temperature drop after exiting hot tub water, signals to the body that it is time to sleep.

Blood Pressure

After soaking in a hot tub for just a few minutes, your blood vessels dilate, lowering blood pressure. A study from the Cardiovascular Risk Factor Reduction Unit shows from 40 people, 36 diastolic blood pressures were reduced whilst soaking in a hot tub.


Hydrotherapy in a HotSpring Spa can also help with diabetes control. A study of diabetes patients who soaked in a spa 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week found the average blood sugar level of the group dropped 13%. It concluded that the using a hot tub can lower blood pressure and blood sugar level.

Muscles & Joints

The hydrotherapy offered by a spa is ideal for athletes who require muscle relaxation to aide recovery. Tennis magazine have stated that soaking in a hot tub can "Increase blood flow to injured areas, bringing nutrients to help repair the damage". Many professional athletes now swear by the use of a hot tub after exercise to prevent the pooling of lactic acid and help aide recovery.


The benefits of a hot tub are not just physical. By relaxing in a spa, many people find time to unwind after a hard day's work. Spa mood lighting also helps to relax the mind, by displaying calm colours around the hot tub, adding to the feeling of "total relaxation".


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