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A Balanced Life … a Wellness Routine for YOU
A 20-minute daily soak has proven health and wellness benefits.
Hydrotherapy – the use of water for medicinal benefits – is one of the easiest health and wellness solutions to practice.
Hydrotherapy helps soothe and relax the body by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow. Sending this blood to the skin and muscles causes a reduction and ease in stiffness throughout the body.
Even better, a combination of hydrotherapy with high-powered jets has been shown to increase organ function and circulation. Coupling the hot water experience with our unique high power jets allows you to create an individualized wellness practice to help soothe your mind and body.
Stress is reduced naturally when the body is stimulated through massage, exercise and other means. These activities release neurotransmitters called endorphins, which assist the body in handling pain, stress and emotional issues. Warm water massage in a Sunrise Spas hot tub is one way to release endorphins, naturally increasing pleasure and relieving stress. Headaches can be reduced as water jets in whirlpools and spas help to dilate blood vessels, increasing blood flow.
Recover after physical activity
The adjustable jets in your hot tub from Sunrise Spas provide a soothing massage to relax your muscles after exercise or activity. Whether you’re an athlete or follow your own fitness routine, the heated massage therapy provided by your spa can be especially beneficial for those seeking a natural solution towards relieving minor muscle aches and pains.
Muscles and joints benefit from increased blood circulation provided by streaming warm water in Sunrise Spas whirlpools. Skin and muscles loosen and relax, and the body naturally heals damaged areas through improved blood flow to injuries.
A soak right before bed can help you fall asleep faster
… and lead to a better night’s sleep
… and lead to a better night’s sleep
Hot water therapy is a popular solution for alleviating muscle soreness and tension, increasing blood flow and reducing stress. While all this can lead to a better night’s sleep, you may be surprised to learn another reason why you feel ready for bed after a relaxing nighttime soak.
Sleep.org describes how changing temperatures guide us into sleep. While 98.6 degrees is a normal baseline body temperature, your body temperature actually fluctuates by a couple of degrees throughout the day. During times when you feel alert very awake, your body temperature is higher. As your body temperature falls, you’re more likely to feel drowsy.
As you drift off to sleep at night, your temperature naturally cools down. Your body’s temperature drop after leaving the warm water of your hot tub mimics this cooling that occurs while you are falling asleep. Simulating this cooling can ease you into sleepiness so that you fall asleep quicker.
To make the most of your nighttime soak, plan it for after you’ve finished all work, chores and tasks around the house for the night and just before bedtime. Dim the lights in your hot tub area, or simply let the backlit LED Waterfall illuminate your soak.
Enjoy a fifteen to twenty minute soak in the warm water as the massing jets release tension in your muscles. This is a great time to ignore any distractions and to help ease your mind in to relaxation. Try keeping your phone in another room, the TV off, and listen to the sounds of the night around you or gentle soothing music.
When you’re ready to get out of the spa, you can rinse off and head to bed with your body already prepared to fall asleep.
Alleviate pain from arthritis, fibromyalgia, scoliosis, and more…
Arthritis pain can be relieved through hydrotherapy. With soothing warmth, the natural buoyancy of water alleviates stress on joints, allowing freedom of movement and restorative therapy in an immersive, healing whirlpool experience.
According to the Arthritis Foundation, “The soothing warmth and buoyancy of warm water make it a safe, ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness.”
Other serious diseases such as depression, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, scoliosis and bursitis may be positively affected by hydrotherapy through a regular spa experience. In fact, some people afflicted with diseases as serious as multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy have been known to experience relief of symptoms thanks to hydrotherapy. Wrist jets provide reflexology for relaxation and stress alleviation.
Has a medical professional recommended warm water therapy to improve a health condition? Or do you want to include the daily rejuvenating effects of hydrotherapy into your healthy lifestyle? Either way, a Sunrise Spa is the perfect way to improve your well-being every day.
Sunrise Spas is committed to the newest technologies and innovations to ensure that all of our hot tubs provide maximum health and wellness benefits. Every owner of a Sunrise Spa can realize health and life improvements by immersion in warm water with massage jets, escaping to an oasis of restorative benefits in your home every day.