Health and Hot Tubs
Relaxing in a spa allows you to escape to a calmer, inviting place, far away from the stress of everyday life. Immersing your body and soul in the embrace of warm tranquillity allows the body to recharge and revitalise itself.
Hydrotherapy for overall wellness
Hydrotherapy is one of the most popular forms of therapeutic treatment for everyone, regardless of age. Pain relief and relaxation are the two main benefits of hydrotherapy. The Hot Tub & Swimspa Centre brings all the wonderful advantages and hot tub benefits right to your home. With a wide range of hot tubs and SwimSpas, we have plenty of options for entertainment, socialising, therapeutic treatment and much more!
What is Hydrotherapy?
Hydrotherapy is an alternative and positive form of medicine for pain relief from various body ailments, alongside incredible relaxation benefits. The added bonus of Hot Tub hydrotherapy, of course, is with the warmer water temperature and targeted water jets.
Spa Health Benefits
Allows blood to flow more effectively around the body , promoting deep sleep
Specially designed adjustable jets direct deep tissue hydro-massage to specific areas
Water aids those who are unable to exercise on dry land due to physical reasons
Decreases Frequency of Migraines and Tension Headaches
Promotes Healthier, revitalised and younger looking Skin
Lowers blood sugar and blood pressure, ideal for Diabetes sufferers
Improves and speeds up muscle recovery and fitness
How long should you stay in your hot tub?
There is no recommended time limit for bathing in your hot tub, however, it is best to keep yourself hydrated whilst you are in the spa and drink plenty of water. You should also take care to maintain your sanitizer level, which will deplete over a few hours of bathing.
Are hot tubs good for your skin?
Water is good for your skin, but hot water over a long period will cause your skin to dry out. It is important to maintain the correct pH and Sanitizer balance so as not to cause skin irritation. We would always suggest that a good moisturiser is used all over after using your hot tub.
Can I go in a hot tub with fake tan on?
We recommend that you do not use the hot tub with fake tan as this will leave coloured residue in the water and around the tub.
Can you go in the hot tub if you have a heart condition?
Owners need to avoid strenuous activity and high temperatures. Hot tubs are not normally recommended for people with heart problems, and we would always advise you contact your doctor before use.
These are just a few of the amazing health benefits a Hot Tub and Swim Spa can offer. Here at The Hot Tub & Swimspa centre, we take health and hot tubs seriously. We understand the importance of purchasing the right Hot Tub, which is why our team offers the ultimate in service and experience.
If you’re looking for a Hot Tub or SwimSpa, we’re on hand to help. We offer a huge range of high quality, energy efficient hot tubs so whatever you’re looking for; we’ll have the right option for you.
Visit our showroom or contact us today and see some of our amazing hot tubs in action!