• Discover what ancient cultures knew millennia ago – immersion in hot water can be good for the body, mind and spirit. Besides providing a relaxing hydrotherapy experience, hot tubs and portable spas offer many health benefits, especially for people suffering from arthritis, diabetes and sleep deprivation. A long, soothing soak in a Hot Spring spa could be just what the doctor ordered. Whether it’s to unwind from the complexities of everyday life or to soothe sore muscles and joints caused by sports or minor strains, a Hot Spring spa can help spa users feel better naturally.

Hot Tub benefits

  • Owning a spa can benefit you in many ways

    Arthritis Benefits
    An estimated 50 million Americans are affected by some form of arthritis. Although there are more than 100 different kinds of arthritis, most are characterized by inflammation of the joints which causes swelling, pain and stiffness, often resulting in loss of joint movement or function. Many people affected by arthritis seek relief by soaking in the warm, soothing water of a hot tub. A hot tub can provide the warmth, massage and buoyancy needed to both relax and exercise joints and muscles in the convenience and comfort of your backyard.
    Sleep Benefits
    According to a study in the scientific journal Sleep, a drop in body temperature can help to ease the body into a relaxing and sound sleep. Therefore, it is suggested you take a 15-minute soak in a hot bath or hot tub (103 F degrees) approximately 90 minutes before bedtime. This causes the body's internal thermostat to pull your body temperature down, enabling sleep to set in with ease. Spa-induced relaxation and sleep are natural remedies, unlike alternative sleeping aids such as prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and alcohol, which can make a person feel groggy and experience other adverse side effects.
    Diabetes Benefits
    For the more than 23.6 million people who have diabetes (Type 1 or 2), help may be as close as the nearest hot tub. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicates that soaking in a hot tub can be beneficial for people affected by Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and sheds light on the advantages of spa ownership. With this type of diabetes, people can often control their condition with regular exercise and a good diet. Unfortunately, some diabetics are physically unable to endure rigorous activity and maintain a steady weight. Soaking in a hot tub may contribute to an increase in one's overall sense of well being and lead to improved sleep.