HOT TUB BENEFITS
TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH
Hydrotherapy consists of three main healing components; heat, buoyancy, and massage. Together, they create an exceptional experience that is both relaxing and incredibly healthy. Using a Northern Hot Tub on a regular basis provides physical health benefits that go much deeper than just relaxation and pleasure. Water is so pure and simple, yet it can do the most amazing things. Whether you are experiencing joint or muscle pain, have trouble sleeping, or are just plain stressed out, spending time in a Passion Hot Tub can provide therapeutic benefits for just about everyone.
Warm water massage stimulates the body to release endorphins that can significantly reduce stress. The hydrotherapy jets in a Northern Hot Tub can also dilate blood vessels to help prevent headaches. When it comes to falling asleep faster and getting a good night’s sleep, the National Sleep Foundation clearly states that “soaking in a hot tub before retiring to bed can ease the transition into a deeper sleep.” Many people use their hot tub daily as a part of their healthy lifestyle and consider a 20-minute session an important way to reduce headaches and stress.
REDUCE HEADACHES & STRESS
RELEIVE MUSCLE & JOINT PAIN
In recent years the use of hydrotherapy hot tubs by athletes has skyrocketed and
Northern Hot Tubs are now set to lead the way in offering these benefits to a broader audience! A popular sports magazine said it best: “Your skin and muscles loosen and relax from the increased blood circulation,” adding that, if muscles are injured: “A soak in a hot tub increases blood flow to the injured area, bringing nutrients to help repair the damage.” Using a hot tub daily will also help relieve muscle pain by helping your body reduce lactic acid while increasing mobility.
SOOTHE ARTHRITIS PAIN
Warm water hydrotherapy treatment in a well-designed hot tub is believed to help those with pain caused by arthritis. It is also thought that hydrotherapy is one method of using water to help treat arthritis with the soothing warmth and buoyancy of the water, making it a safe, ideal environment for relieving pain. Arthritis can cause acute pain but is more likely to be long-lasting chronic pain. People must learn how to live with this type of condition, as there is no known cure. If you have arthritis, a hot tub may be an answer to life with a lot less pain and a lot more enjoyment.
HELP MANAGE DIABETES
Researchers have reported that hot water and hydrotherapy, including a hot tub's regular use, can help control diabetes. It has also been known to lower blood pressure and significantly reduce blood sugar. A Colorado-based study recently revealed that diabetes patients who soaked in a hot tub for about 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week, found their average blood sugar level dropped by 13%! Even if your heart appears healthy, hop out of the tub after 20 minutes, never enter a hot tub alone and always be sure there is someone nearby in case there is an emergency
How can many leisure activities targeted at relaxation be readily enjoyed at any time, day or night, without ever leaving home? The answer is practically none! A recent survey of swimming pool owners revealed that many only enjoyed their pools a few dozen times a year, and jetted bathtubs are also used very infrequently! In contrast, a Northern Hot Tub is easy to use and is designed to maintain the user's water temperature consistently. As a result, it’s always ready and waiting to be used for fun and relaxation - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year!
TIME WITH FAMILY & FRIENDS
YEAR ROUND FUN
A recent survey on usage revealed that owners have fun in their hot tub an average of 150 times a year! Hot tubs are designed to maintain the water temperature you set them at, and as a result, your hot tub is always ready and waiting for you. Setting the water temperature in a Northern Hot Tub is so easy due to its fully electronic controls. While lowering the temperature on a Northern Hot Tub helps beat the summer heat, few moments in life come close to the sheer pleasure of being surrounded by warm bubbling water on a crisp, cold night.