Hot Spring Spas of Minnesota, a swim spa, lap pool, hot tub, and sauna dealer serving the greater Minneapolis, MN area shares 3 Ways a Hot Tub Can Soothe Joint Pain.
“Many people live with nagging, aching joint pain. In addition, a stiff, sore back or achy knees prevents them from doing the things they enjoy. Before turning to over-the-counter medication or prescription drugs, why not consider a new strategy?” says Chad Schaefer, General Manager of the Minnesota stores. Luckily, using a hot tub filled with hot, massaging water can provide long lasting relief from all kinds of aches and pains.
Here are 3 easy ways to use a hot tub at home to soothe joint pain.
Stretch and Move in Comfort
Exercise and physical activity can help relieve stiff, painful muscles and joints. But all too often, it’s the movement itself that creates discomfort. A hot tub is the ideal environment for light physical activity as it’s filled with water to cushion sore or injured joints. Water supports the body, freeing soakers to work the joints and underlying muscles without experiencing pain or discomfort. With regular use, the hot tub can help increase flexibility and range of motion too.
Build Joint Health with Personal Massage
When joint pain is at its worst, a relaxing soak in the family hot tub powered by massaging jets can help. An all-natural remedy for pain, hot tub massage can easily be customized to target exactly where you need it. A few minutes of hydromassage increases blood circulation, which speeds delivery of healthy nutrients and oxygen to the body. Not only does it feel wonderful, but hot tub massage promotes cell turnover for healthier, more supple joints.
Eliminate Stress from Injured Joints
Stress that triggers pain, whether it’s a stiff neck, sore shoulders, or aching back is always difficult to eliminate. While some stress is healthy, reducing chronic, unhealthy stress with a daily dip in the hot tub is a smart way to ensure tension and anxiety do not turn into something far more dangerous. Soothing water and massage melt away stress that pools in the shoulders and neck, eliminating joint pain and revitalizing from within.
Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs are encouraged to pick up a copy of their free buyer’s guide. Just call 712-332-7928 or visit the company website for more information at Hot Tubs MN.
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