The vast health benefits of using a hot tub are incredible!
Sitting in a hot tub feels good. But did you know that it also has some very advantageous health benefits? It’s actually healthy to sit in your spa! In a recent article, Aqua Magazine shared some hard science behind the hot tub’s benefits.
Here are just a few of the vast benefits to using a hot tub.
Lowers blood pressure
Increases cardiac volume (the amount of blood moved by the heart)
Increases stroke volume (blood pumped each time the heart contracts)
Improves ejection fraction (percentage of blood pumped with each beat)
Increases volume of blood pumped per minute
Decreases peripheral vascular resistance (blood vessels’ resistance to blood flow
Increases intrathoracic blood volume (amount of blood in the chest)
Slightly decreases thoracic size (chest size)
Increases work of breathing
Can work to strengthen muscles of respiration
Muscle and Bone –
Offloads bones and joints (gravity not as harsh)
Increases muscle blood flow
May increase synovial fluid production (fluid between joints)
Increases renal blood flow
Alters renal hormones
Increases renal efficiency
Promotes sodium excretion
Increases diuresis (production of urine)
Increase brain blood flow
May improve balance
May improve sleep patterns.
Now that you will be soaking more frequently in your hot tub to take advantage of all these benefits,don’t defeat the purpose by soaking in harmful chemicals. Be assured that when you soak in a hot tub using our Waters Choice enzymes, you are using the most natural, healthy water you possibly could. In addition to what you are currently reading, this article specifically addresses the concerns of using chemicals and the benefits of going all-natural.
In conclusion, next time you take a nice relaxing soak in your spa, know that you are also benefiting not just your mental health but your physical health as well.
Source: Dr. Bruce Becker