Studies have shown that using a spa can benefit your health in many ways, including stress relief, muscle pain relief, improved sleep, joint pain relief, improved heart health, circulation, and more. Below is some information on how a spa can benefit your health and overall wellness.

Stress Relief & Relaxation

Clearwater Spas provide the ideal environment to promote relaxation and stress relief. A Clearwater spa’s warm water, calming waterfall, and mood lighting all encourage you to take a deep breath and forget your worries. With as little as 20 minutes a day, you will get all the benefits below.

A recent Gallup poll found that eight out of 10 Americans feel stressed. Work, raising families, the economy, and politics are some of the most stress-inducing things we face daily. Fortunately, taking time each day to unwind in a Clearwater Spa alleviates that stress and leads to long-term health benefits.

Muscle Pain

Having a spa in your own backyard is like having unlimited access to a personal masseuse. Anytime your back aches, your neck hurts, or you feel worn out, immerse yourself in your Clearwater spa and enjoy its powerful hydrotherapy massage.

In July 2018, roughly fifty million American adults (46 percent) had discussed massage therapy with their doctors or health care providers. Found here.

Clearwater Spa’s strategically placed jets target your back, neck, shoulder, and leg muscles. These can offer the same benefits as getting different types of massage including, Swedish massage, Shiatsu massage, Reflexology, or sports massage.

Massage releases lactic acid that is trapped in the muscles. This helps you recover after working out and improves circulation.

A Clearwater Spa can be just what you’re looking for to help you feel pain-free again.

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Aches & Pains

If you have arthritis, fibromyalgia, or other joint, bone or muscle discomfort, it can be hard to perform routine daily tasks, stay active, and get the exercise you need. Hot water therapy has been used for centuries to help people stay active.

Water also makes the body buoyant, allowing free movement of joints without weight or pressure. The body weighs approximately 90 percent less when submerged in water, suggests Human Kinetics. By removing stress from the joints, the body can move freely, without discomfort. Info found here.

A study done shows that 60% of people have lower back pain. Lower back pain causes discomfort while standing, sitting or lying down. The best way to feel relief from this discomfort is from the buoyancy, heat, and hydrotherapy of a Clearwater Spa.

Improved Sleep

Getting a good night’s rest is crucial to our health and well-being. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute wrote, “Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety.”

Sleep deprivation is a very large concern of people today with the business of their daily lives and careers.

In its Healthy Sleep Tips, the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) says that “soaking in hot water before retiring to bed can ease the transition into deeper sleep.” Info found here.

Consider adding a Clearwater Spa to your night-time routine.

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Improved Athleticism

Many athletes use hot tubs to improve their performance. Recent studies of heat adaptations show that soaking in a spa will boost your athletic performance. After one to two weeks of exercising then soaking in a spa, your core temperature will drop, your sweat rate will increase and you will produce a greater volume of blood plasma, all of which will enhance your ability to perform. Info found here.

The American Heart Association reports that spas cause dilation of blood vessels, increasing the flow and pressure of blood throughout the body. This helps people with muscle or joint pain by delivering oxygen and enzymes to the site of an ache. Info found here.