One of the best theropies is natural water treatment

Wouldn’t it be awesome, if you know that after a long and tiring day at work, a relaxing spa treatment awaits at home? The best inflatable hot tubs promise you exactly that. A pool of hot water to hop into, to relax the tired muscles and relieve all the stress, contained in a cozy and comfortable little space.

The inflatable Jacuzzi can be set up easily in your backyard and operated through a digital control panel. It can be easily folded and carried along anywhere when deflated. These hot tub for sale types come in different sizes so you can choose either to enjoy alone or with your friends and family. What stands guaranteed is a good time in water.

For Tension and Every day Aches and Pains

To reduce tension, a water temperature between 94° to 96° F is best. This temperature is close to skin temperature. A higher water temperature between 102° to 104° F can loosen tight, tense muscles and reduce pain. Using temperature settings above 104°F is not recommended. It can raise your core temperature very fast, inducing an artificial fever. If you dare, take a cold shower after you step out of the spa. Ancient Romans did this as part of their bath ritual. The immediate rush of blood through your system is exhilarating. Evening is one of the best times to soak in hot water.

Helps for sleeplessness

Many people seek medication to treat sleeping problems. A report in the publication Sleep states the body can reach a state of deep, relaxing sleep. Soaking in hot water about 90 minutes before bedtime triggers your internal thermostat to lower your temperature, thus inducing sleep. A 15 minute soak in your hot tub before bedtime can be a natural way to achieve restful sleep. A good soaking before going to bed will make falling asleep and staying asleep, easier. If you have a medical condition or are pregnant, consult with your physician before starting any hydrotherapy regimen.

The last posts