The jacuzzi of your is certainly the one that will bring you the following benefits on your health.
It might be no surprise, but getting soaked in your hot tub before bedtime is a great way to improve your overall sleep quality. Soaking helps calm your mind and water buoyancy helps relieve stress in your joints. Naturally the warm water increases circulation while increasing your heart rate. It's when even more benefits kick in after your hot tub session. Your body temperature decreases after getting out of the shower which is usually what happens just before you fall asleep.
If you have had an accident, sitting in a hot tub (coupled with a doctor / physiotherapist’s treatment) will help you speed the healing process. The warm water and relaxing bubbles help to improve your range of motion while the tub's buoyancy will decrease discomfort.
Relief from Pain in Arthritis
For all sorts of musculoskeletal conditions including arthritis, fibromyalgia and low back pain, the Arthritis Foundation recommends using warm water as a form of pain relief. Twenty minutes a day will help to reduce the joint's gravity. This may also help reduce swelling, inflammation and circulation.
Reduced blood pressure
According to a Mayo Clinic report, relaxing in a hot tub can also be helpful for patients with heart disease. The study shows that it can provide the same benefits as using an exercise bike in a hot tub for just 15 minutes. Consult your doctor to find out whether this kind of therapy might be good for you.
Regulate levels of blood sugar, and encourage weight loss
The New England Journal of Medicine did a study that found the beneficial effects of exercise on the body to be soaking in a hot tub. Patients with type 2 diabetes who soak 30 minutes a day in a hot tub experienced a reduction of about 13 per cent in blood sugar levels. People utilizing hot tubs have reported a loss of 3.5 pounds without any new diet or physical activity programs.