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Are hot tubs good for you?

Soaking in a hot tub is the perfect way to relax and de-stress. But did you know that hot tubs can also provide a range of physical and mental health benefits?

Here are some of the ways in which hot tubs can be good for you...


hot tub vs jacuzzi

So what's the difference between a hot tub and a jacuzzi?

Short answer: There isn't really a difference between a jacuzzi and a hot tub.

'Jacuzzi' refers to a specific brand, whereas 'hot tub' is a generic term. It's like the difference between a 'Hoover' and a 'vacuum cleaner'.


using a hot tub while pregnant

Whether you've got a hot tub at home or you're planning a romantic getaway with your partner, you might be wondering: can you go in a hot tub when pregnant?

On the surface, it seems like an excellent idea - after all, growing a tiny human can be very stressful, and treating yourself to a whirlpool spa session is the perfect way to relax and unwind!

However, using a hot tub while pregnant can be dangerous, so it's probably best to wait until your baby has arrived before you get in a hot tub.


Hot tub heating up

Hot tubs can take anywhere from 3 to 8 hours to heat up. Your hot tub's warm-up time will depend on a number of factors, such as the temperature of the surrounding environment and whether you've been taking good care of your spa.

The chilly autumn weather is swiftly rolling in, and there's no better time for a relaxing soak in a bubbling hot tub. If you are planning to take refuge in the luxurious warmth of your very own hot tub this winter, make sure you look after it properly - regular hot tub maintenance will help to keep everything working efficiently!