Hot Tub Therapy
Coming home after a long day at work, do you feel tired and exhausted? Take the stress out by indulging in hot water therapy, anytime you want. It’s known to increase heart rate and lower your blood pressure, while applying gentle massage to your muscles and joints to help you feel better mentally and physically. With the best hot tubs and spas you really have it all, from relaxation and rejuvenation, to stress relief and better sleep, too! All you need is a little backyard space and a big imagination.
- Rejuvenate yourself and soothe your tired muscles after a long day at work
- Sleep better at night with healthier and more routine sleep patterns
- Relieve your muscles of built-up tension
- Soothe sore and stiff joints
- Alleviate or better manage stress levels
- Enjoy brighter and more clear skin
- Maintain your weight and tone your muscles
Have a look at the best hot tubs from Koval Building Supply and reap the many benefits!
Benefits of owning a Hot tub
Too much time on the couch?
A hot tub soak can revive and increase your energy level.
Stiff arthritic joints?
From "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for medical conditions.
Too much stress?
An effective way to reduce stress and get more sleep.
STRESS RELIEF & SLEEP
Not in the mood?
Perk up and add an evocative fragrance to your hot tub water.
HOW HOT TUBS AND SPAS CAN HELP
The benefits of soaking in a hot tub go way beyond relaxing your muscles after a long and tiring day. Here are some wonderful benefits of owning a hot tub:
ArthritisMillions of people around the world suffer from arthritis. Heat produced by hot tub parts works to relax your stiff and inflamed muscles and soothe joint pain. The combination of buoyancy, massage and heat makes a wonderful environment for those who find it difficult to move freely or experience discomfort. Most even find that performing low-impact exercises is much easier and more comfortable a hot tub, so that there’s a minimum impact on the knees, wrists, hips, and other body parts.
StressDo you feel stressed? The good news is, not only are you not alone, but there just might be a solution sitting in your own backyard. By soaking in a hot tub for as little as 20 minutes several times a week, chances are you’ll find it easier to better manage your stress levels. As the day is coming to an end, take some time to yourself and immerse yourself in the luxurious, jet-driven water. Being surrounded by warm, flowing water is enough to take the stress away, but when you combine aromatherapy scents, soothing interior lighting, comfortable seats, the sounds of nature, and the pressure of the jets hitting all the right tension-filled spots, you’ll agree there truly is no better way to kick back and relax.
HealingHydrotherapy is a warm water massage therapy that offers a variety of benefits, including stress relief, joint and muscle pain relief, and better sleep. But one of the most useful and highly-recommended forms of the therapy, is post-injury recovery. Many physiotherapists around the world, along with other healthcare professionals, recommend soaking in a hot tub on a routine basis to help muscles and joints recover following an injury. The boosted circulation due to the higher temperature can help blood and oxygen reach the affected body part, helping speed recovery times and boost the quality, too. Before using hydrotherapy to heal following an injury, we recommend speaking with your physician first to ensure your best health.
SleepHaving trouble sleeping? Incorporating a nightly hot tub soak into your daily routine might be the solution to your problem. The warm water combined with the flow from the jets can help you relax and settle down after the day, helping you to better prepare for a full night of rest. Combined with the pain relief benefits for sore muscles and joints, you’ll likely find it easier to get comfortable and fall asleep once you hit the sheets, then enjoying a longer, uninterrupted night of sleep.
Weight MaintenanceHot tubs and spas can offer the perfect place for some low-impact exercise. The buoyancy of the water helps to lift pressure and weight from your muscles and joints, while the resistance still provides you with an added challenge to work against. If you find that working out in a gym or on dry land in general is uncomfortable for your knees, back, or other areas, we suggest moving your workout to the hot tub. From triceps dips and reverse crunches, to squats and even water yoga, there are many options and avenues for your water-based workout.