Hot Spring Spas of Minneapolis, a hot tub and swim spa dealer selling new and used hot tubs, portable spas, swim spas and saunas shares “3 Tips for Healthy Aging.”
“September is healthy aging month, a time to really learn about ways to keep bodies in good shape in order to enjoy the later years of life,” said Randall long, of Hot Spring Spas of Minneapolis.
Here are three tips for healthy aging.
Improve Health with a Minneapolis Portable Hot Tub – Hot tub hydrotherapy has been practiced since ancient times. Soaking in hot water provides buoyancy which relieves pressure from joints, muscles and tendons, helping people feel great instantly. Add the soothing relief of heat, and powerful massaging jets, and the combination becomes therapeutic.
Stay Hydrated – Experts recommend drinking at least 8 cups of water per day. However, many people don’t realize how important it is to stay hydrated even when not exercising particularly for seniors. With age, risk of dehydration increases as the percentage of water in the body drops significantly. A good rule of thumb is to drink one cup of water for every fifteen minutes of exercise.
Move Without Standing – Seniors often experience balance issues. Arthritis and other age related conditions can make it difficult to walk long distances or engage in exercise. When standing for long periods of time, pull up a chair. There are many safe exercises that can help those with limited mobility improve muscle tone and cardiac capacity.
Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of this free hot tub buyer’s guide “7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub.” Just call ☎ 651-731-9745 or visit http://hotspringgreen.com/ for more information.
Hot Spring Spas of Woodbury
650 Commerce Dr Suite 150
Woodbury, MN 55125
Hot Spring Spas of Plymouth
14100 21st Ave N, Suite B
Plymouth, MN 55447
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Posted on Fri, September 30, 2016
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