Why you need stress relief.
According to the National Institute of Health, stress is a normal part of life that can result from any situation or thought that produces feelings of frustration, anger, or anxiety. Whether you are nervous about speaking in public, or impatient because you’re stuck in traffic, you usually recognize the uncomfortable symptoms of stress.
Stress can also be helpful, if it encourages you to meet a deadline or change a situation that has created frustration in your life. But on a daily basis, stress can take a toll by causing unnecessary muscles tension, headaches, other types of pain, and irritability! And long-term stress can increase the risk of diseases like depression and heart disease, and may lead to other problems.
Hot Tub Stress Relief: Finding ways to de-stress is important to achieving optimal health and well-being. For centuries, people have sought warm water therapies for relaxation, and healing. Today, we know that effective hydrotherapy can produce positive physical and mental changes. A few moments in a Hot Tub, on a regular basis, can help relieve the symptoms of stress by promoting relaxation, decreasing muscle tension, and helping you get a good night’s sleep.
How Hot Tub hydrotherapy can help counter the effects of stress.
Hot Tub Stress Relief: Hot Tub hydrotherapy can be an effective way to reduce the effects of stress on a consistent, day-to-day basis. Spa stress relief starts simply: a warm water massage in a Hot Tub makes you feel good! What better reward after a hard day than sinking into your hot tub and letting the combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage, or hydrotherapy, help you relax? Hot Tub hydrotherapy also has the power to bring about positive physical changes that can alleviate stress.
Effective hydrotherapy increases blood circulation, which can help relieve tension headaches caused by stress.
Massaging jets, can directly soothe tightness in stress-prone areas, like the neck and shoulders.
Warm, massaging water helps stimulate the body’s natural production of endorphins, which reduce feelings of pain and anxiety.