Hydrotherapy and the Health BenefitsThe benefits of spa bathing have been known for many years. It was the Victorians in particular that developed the notion of natural spa baths as a rejuvenating and revitalising experience. Relaxing in warm, bubbling water is an unrivalled way of unwinding and chasing away the stresses of daily life. Being the owner of a hot tub or Swim Spa promises a number of health benefits, as well as a treat for you and your family. Owning your own one, can give you more regular access to these benefits.
Hydrotherapy and the Health Benefits
Contrary to the belief that Hot Tubs are very expensive, you could actually save money in the long run! Hot Tubs come at a variety of prices which means you can pick one that is right for your budget and use the Tub to increase your fitness at home, rather than paying for a membership at the gym. A Hot Tub is especially effective for people who suffer from muscle, or poor joint conditions, as you can move more freely and pain-free in water. The pressure from the jets in the Hot Tub are strong, yet gentle and can work your muscles to get them into shape while you relax.
A Hot Tub can also help you with that “getting away from it all” feeling you need, without costing a fortune. By relaxing in your Hot Tub, you can get similar feelings of relaxation as you would on a holiday break, with warm waters and stress-free atmosphere and all this can be achieved in your own garden!
Hot Tubs have adapted to cater for most living spaces and can hold a various number of people, depending on your needs and the purpose of the Hot Tub. You can decide where you want your new Hot Tub, indoors or outside in your garden.
You can use your Hot Tub all year round, from enjoying the warm summer nights to looking at contrasting winter snow while the bubbles of the heated Hot Tub massage your body.
Hot Tub, Spa, Swim Spa, what’s the difference?
Here are some other things you should know before purchasing a Hot Tub or Swim Spa.
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It goes without saying that you shouldn’t leave a young child near an unattended Hot Tub. It is not advisable for pregnant women or people with medical conditions, that may be aggravated by very hot water, to use a Hot Tub without taking medical advice.
But the main safety issues concern:
Wiring in a Hot Tub is a job for a qualified electrician.
These are just some of the ways in which your BISHTA installer will work to provide pleasure and safety, for you, your family and friends, but in the meantime, here are a few more of your questions answered.