There is nothing better than a hot bubbling dip in your tub after a long week, a long day, or just because you can, but did you know there are a number of health benefits to be had?Incorporating hot tub usage into your daily routine can help improve your general well-being. Regular sessions can help you reduce stress, ease muscular pain, improve the quality of your sleep, and increase your flexibility. While your hot tub can\u0026#39;t replace your doctor (Who is the only person qualified to recommend hydrotherapy as a treatment) the use of water therapy to relieve pain might be beneficial to you. Bringing Family and Friends TogetherEveryone wants that one family member or friend with a hot tub. Why? Hot tubs are a great excuse to get together with loved ones. Whether you’re staying up late to watch a meteor shower in the backyard, having a relaxing afternoon with friends, or just kicking back to watch an early sunrise, your hot tub helps you connect with the natural world around you as well as your family. Take a Time OutAnxiety, Stress, and other Mental Health conditions can really take a toll on your body as well as your mind. The hectic routines of everyday modern life can be a big source of added stress to our lives. Waking to an alarm, hectic work schedules, paying bills, taking care of the kids, putting dinner on the table, housework, repairing your car, family and relationship stress... Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to let it all go and just escape? When you’re in your hot tub, nothing matters except how good you feel. After a long day, it can help you unwind and leave the stresses of the long day behind you. Randomized and controlled studies have shown that the use of hydrotherapy can lead to an improved physical and mental state of mind. The combination of warm water and soothing massage jets help work the tension out of your muscles. Water supports your body and takes weight off joints, which helps improve flexibility and range of motion. Relieves PainLower back, upper back and neck pain are some of the biggest contributors to employees taking time off work. Spending time in your hot tub may provide temporary relief from arthritic joint pain. A study of patients with rheumatoid arthritis demonstrated that hydrotherapy reduced pain, tension, and joint tenderness. While these studies do indicate that hydrotherapy may positively impact people suffering from lower back, arthritic and even Fybromyalgia pain, they do not replace the advice of a doctor or qualified medical professional. To see if hot tub usage may help ease your symptoms, consult your physician.Improve Your SleepSleep is one of the single most important ways to look after your health. A good sleep cycle helps you to recover and repair your muscles as well as ensuring a healthy heart and breathing rate, which are all essential. Lack of sleep can increase feelings of stress, anxiety and frustration, while simultaneously reducing your ability to be productive. Simply soaking for a little while before you go to bed will relax your nerves and muscles, making it easier to sleep. In a study of older female adults suffering from insomnia, the results indicated that soaking in hot water before bedtime leads to deeper, more restful, and more continuous sleep.The perfect after workout recoveryBoth professional and “weekend” athletes can use a hot tub to help repair sore muscles and start the healing process for injuries. Neck and back pain, sports injuries, muscle pulls, spasms and soreness are often eased by a quick dip in the hot tub. According to experts from Tennis Magazine, the warm water and massaging jets combined increase the temperature of your skin and muscles, causing blood vessels to dilate which increases blood flow. The result? Your muscles relax from the increased blood circulation. But most importantly, hot tub use after you exercise will greatly reduce or even eliminate the stiffness, or DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) typically felt the next day. While the benefits of spa baths are tangible, they aren’t miracle workers. They do better to compliment a healthy lifestyle rather than be the focal point of one. Everyone should enjoy a good soak every now and then (if their health allows it) because in most cases, it can help you feel better both physically and mentally.Book one of our hassle free inflatable hot tubs for a weekend and see for yourself.