A new hot tub is an exciting complement to any home, but with important cardiovascular benefits, there’s even more reason to consider making the investment.
Here’s how to use a hot tub to maximize heart health.
Cardiovascular Exercise in the Hot Tub
The easiest way to keep the cardiovascular system in shape is through exercise, but pain can make regular physical activity difficult. With buoyancy to support and cushion the joints, and heat to relax tight, stiff muscles, the hot tub is the perfect environment for safe, pain free movement.
Soak For Heart Health
A relaxing soak simulates the effect of exercise, giving the heart a mini-workout. But unlike traditional exercise that places stress on the heart, soaking in the hot tub actually decreases blood pressure for a healthier alternative.
Lower Stress for a Healthy Heart
With hectic work schedules and life’s challenges triggering stress and anxiety, a dip in hot, massaging water is a practical way to better health. While some stress is normal, reducing excess stress through hot tub hydrotherapy ensures the heart stays healthy and strong.
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.
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