People of every age rely on hydrotherapy to relieve a variety of conditions, like arthritis, fibromyalgia and back pain. Modern hot tubs—equipped with heat and massaging jets create the ideal environment.
Here’s how to use a hot tub to ease joint pain.
Stimulate Blood Flow to Promote Healing
Elevated heat from the hot tub increases core body temperature, stimulating blood flow to stiff muscles and frozen joints. Increased blood flow means more nutrients and oxygen are used by damaged joints, quickening the healing process.
Loosen and Relax Tight, Stiff Joints
Pulsating, massaging hot tub jets work out kinks and tension, relaxing and easing pressure on joints. Even more, the loosening effect created by the spa is prolonged, meaning it lasts even after you get out of the tub.
Buoyancy Reduces Gravitational Pull
In addition to feeling good on sore joints, warm water cushions and supports, making movement easier. With freer movement, the hot tub is the ideal place to incorporate stretching and light cardiovascular exercise into a daily routine.
So Go Ahead, Take a Soak, You Deserve It!
It’s, fast, fun and relaxing. Not only that, it’s good for the body, soothes the mind and can improve your overall health and well-being.
To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of owning their own hot tub, CareFree will be providing free hot tub test soaks for the entire month. They do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute wet test call them ahead of time to reserve their spot.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, pick up a copy of this free buyer’s guide, The Ultimate Hot Tub, What to Look For! Just give us a call at 505-438-0099
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