Join the hot tub ritual of practicing your three R's - relaxation, recuperation and rejuvenation. Imagine de-stressing every day by taking a soak in your hot tub.
According to a study conducted by Pool and Spa Marketing, there are more than 6.6 million hot tubs in operation in the United States. Most hot tub owners know that their hot tub ritual becomes a big part of their relaxation, recuperation and rejuvenation practices and use their hot tub anywhere from three to five times a week.
According to a NIOSH survey, 40% of workers report their jobs are extremely stressful. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health found 75% of people experience some level of stress. Learning how your body relaxes is very important to stress levels and what better way to relax than in your very own hot tub.
Regular use of hot tubs are shown to rejuvenate your health and well being, especially after an injury. Soaking in a hot tub is used by professional athletes to speed up recuperation and help prevent injuries.
Sleep is an important factor to recuperation. The National Sleep Foundation suggests soaking in a hot tub before bed will help induce a good sleep. Just think of sleeping better every night after a soak in your hot tub.
Hot tubs are also used for other health benefits including arthritis, fibromyalgia, and Type 2 diabetes. So take your health back and start a new ritual, you just might find a new level to practicing your three R's!