Randall Long, of Hot Spring Spas of Minneapolis says, “Sleep is a vital part of good health, and deficiency that lasts for too long can lead to serious illnesses.”
Here are three simple steps to better sleep habits:
Use Hot Water Therapy to Prepare for Rest – Soaking in the hot tub for 20 minutes each night is a great way to prepare for sleep. A portable spa offers soothing massage jets that work out tension and ease sore muscles. And, with the soothing music heard through built-in stereo systems, calming lighting and massage, a hot tub at home is an inviting nighttime experience.
Avoid Napping – Even short “catnaps” can interfere with getting to sleep at night. Naps, long or short, cannot replace a full night’s sleep when the body repairs damaged cells. Besides, during a nap, the mind never falls into a deep sleep, necessary to restore the brain and body.
Preparation Is Key – An athlete wouldn’t go into a competition with worn out equipment, and people shouldn’t try to get a good night’s sleep on a worn out bed. A comfortable, supportive bed is the key to sleeping better. Replace worn out pillows, comforters and sheets with quality, materials and products, and look for linens and pillows that are allergen free as well.
Consumers wanting to learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of their free hot tub buyer’s guide. Just visit https://hotspringgreen.com/
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