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Health

Jacuzzi Hot Tub in the winter

The Health Benefits of Hot Tubs

Are you considering whether you should by a hot tub? If you’re still on the fence, it might be helpful for you to consider that buying a hot tub isn’t just about adding a recreational feature to your home. In fact, there is a wide variety of health benefits that are associated with hot tubs. Such remarkable benefits could improve your lifestyle and enhance your wellness in many amazing ways. As you are about to discover, hot tubs offer a wide range of amazing perks, that are not solely limited to physical wellness, but also to emotional health.

Joint Pain

Hot Tubs Help with Arthritis and Joint Pain

According to the Arthritis Society of Canada, arthritis is the third most common chronic condition reported by adults in Canada, and the single most common chronic condition in Canadian women. Caused by a number of factors, swelling and rubbing in the joints is extremely painful. The study also reports that a significant increase in the number of arthritis sufferers will occur as our aging population grows from 4.6 million in 2011 to an estimated 7.5 million individuals over the age of 65 by 2036.

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Can a Hot Tub Help You Heal After an Injury?

The recovery process following a muscle or joint injury is completely dependent on your unique state of health. Everyone heals differently, which is why it’s so important to speak with your physician before using hot tub hydrotherapy to heal following an injury. Your best health is always the most important, after all. With consent from your physician, hot tub hydrotherapy can help your body heal for a few different reasons.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Hot Tub Therapy

If you suffer from issues like muscle tension, joint pain, or arthritis, hot tub therapy may be the perfect solution for you. Hot tubs can use advanced water jets, heat, and buoyancy to help relieve pain and soothe your body. This form of hot tub therapy is known as hydrotherapy, and it has a variety of benefits. In this beginner’s guide to hot tub therapy, we’ll take a deep look at how it works, its benefits, and what problems it can treat. Let’s get started!

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Everything You Need to Know About Doing Yoga in the Hot Tub

Water yoga is a brand-new trend in Canada, and it’s a great way for beginners to get into the art of yoga! If you’ve ever been interested in trying yoga, but were worried about the pressure and weight on your joints, aqua yoga may be perfect for you! The buoyancy of the water allows you to take the pressure off of your joints, which can reduce pain and discomfort, and help beginners perform yoga poses more effectively.

Jacuzzi Hot Tub hydromassage

What is Hydrotherapy?

Thousands of years ago, our primitive ancestors were naturally drawn to the heat and healing properties of nearby hot springs. In a day and time where modern medicine was simply non-existent, the pressure and warmth of the powerful hot springs was beneficial to aching and tense muscles. This technique has now been utilized for modern day healing. Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs provide the opportunity to sit in the rejuvenating jet infused water to help soothe sore and tired muscles. Hot tubs promote physical and mental wellness in many ways!

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Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (D.O.M.S.)

According to Dr. Cynthia Labella, Associate Professor in pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, as reported by ABC News, kids are becoming increasingly competitive as athletes, spending more time on one sport. According to a study from the Government of Canada, almost 50% of students today participate in sports activities. According to the study, approximately 1 in 4 families have a child that plays soccer regularly.

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