THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU'LL EVER MAKE
An outdoor hot tub or swim spa is a great place for fun with friends and family, and the health benefits are nothing short of astounding. The bubbly jets and hot water provide pain relief for all kinds of health issues and help with stress, sleeplessness, weight control, and more. Possibly the best modern cure for fast-paced living is exercising and chilling in an outdoor swim spa or hot tubbing on a routine basis. Learn more about the health benefits of hot tubs and Hydropool swim spas below:
- Less stress
- Better sleep
- Relief from muscle soreness
- Fewer symptoms of arthritis and back pain
- Brighter skin
- Weight management
- Improved post-injury recovery
- Boosted immune system
- Improved circulation
- Better flexibility, mobility, and balance
With an outdoor hot tub or outdoor swim spa from Sundance Spas of Edmonton, you can start enjoying improved health and more good times with friends and family. Contact us today to reap the amazing health benefits of hot tubs and swims spas.
Benefits of owning a Hot tub
Too much time on the couch?
A hot tub soak can revive and increase your energy level.
Not in the mood?
Perk up and add an evocative fragrance to your hot tub water.
Too much stress?
An effective way to reduce stress and get more sleep.
STRESS RELIEF & SLEEP
Need a massage?
Our jets can loosen some of the 7,000 nerve endings in your feet.
Massage therapy from a hot tub takes care of your aches and pains.
Stiff arthritic joints?
From "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for medical conditions.
IMPROVED HEALTH STARTS HERE
Better SleepSleep deprivation leads to a wide range of problems, from memory lapses and grogginess to depression, irritability, erratic mood swings, and more. As a remedy to sleeplessness, sleep experts recommend relaxing in a hot tub at night before going to bed. Soaking in a swim spa or hot tub helps better than taking an over-the-counter sleep aid. The hot water causes the internal body temperature to drop when leaving the water, and it’s like a signal to the body that it’s time for sleep. The sense of weightlessness in the water that relieves muscle and joint pressure results in being relaxed both mentally and physically, which also sets the stage for a good night’s sleep.
Improved CirculationImproved circulation or blood flow does a body good, and hot tubs help with that. Poor circulation leads to chronic inflammation and is associated with fatigue, weight gain, decline in brain function, susceptibility to disease, and increased pain. Soaking in a hot tub or swim spa causes body temperatures to rise. As a result, blood vessels dilate, improving circulation, particularly to the extremities. Better circulation for people with arthritis means less joint pain and improved range of motion.
Pain ReliefSoaking in a hot tub can relieve lower back pain, which is experienced by about 80% of the U.S. population. It’s the number one disability affecting adults under age 45. Whether chronic or temporary, lower back pain makes everyday activities painful, including driving, working, doing housework, and going shopping. Hydrotherapy in a swim spa or hot tub soothes muscles and relieves the pain associated with lower back pain. Stiffness of the spine is one of the common causes of lower back pain, and being in a hot tub improves spine flexibility, relieving the painful condition.
Stress ReliefExperts say most people in the U.S. suffer from moderate to high stress. It’s a modern-day dilemma associated with many serious health problems, including heart disease and diabetes. Hot tubbing or soaking in a swim spa is an excellent way to decrease stress levels. Muscle strain is relieved from buoyancy in the water, and massage jets help work out tension. Most importantly, spending 20 to 25 minutes in a hot tub causes the body to release pain-relieving, feel-good hormones called endorphins. They are the body’s natural pain killers, and they rejuvenate the mind and body.