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Why do you immediately feel good when you get into a hot tub? For a start, floating in the water creates the feeling of greatly reduced body weight, easing the load on your heart by 10 to 20%. And, because the temperature is sustained at around 38°C, the feeling of well-being that you experience is accompanied by changes in your circulatory system that have a beneficial effect on many aspects of your body. When this is combined with the therapeutic effect of the spa's massage jets (which further relax the muscles, and promote healing), the result is sheer bliss!
What happens to your body in the hot tub? The body's first reaction to being immersed in hot water is to try to get back to its normal temperature by working the heart harder, pumping the blood to the surface where it hopes to be cooled. This causes a temporary increase in blood pressure. Of course, because the water is hot the blood is warmed, not cooled. The result is that the core body temperature rises and, after a short while, the warm blood causes the blood vessels to dilate – this lessens the resistance to blood flow and reduces blood pressure. The body begins to perspire, expelling toxins, and the muscles relax, relieving aches and pains. These are just some of the benefits of owning a hot tub!
Stress Relief
Chilling in a hot tub is the perfect antidote to a stressful day!

The healing powers of water are widely recognised. One of the key benefits of a hot tub is that the water effectively reduces your body weight by approximately 90%. Then there’s the fact that immersion in warm water raises body temperature, causing blood vessels to dilate, increasing circulation and reducing aches and pains by taking pressure off tired muscles and joints. Heat from the water warms up joints and makes collagen tissue more malleable, easing movement and – in some cases – improving stiff or aching joints.
Family Fun
Create new memories with loved ones

Finally, if you're still not convinced, possibly the greatest benefit of all is that hot tubs provide an ideal place to relax with your friends and family. You will soon find your kids think the whole hot tub experience is as cool as you do, providing them as it does with a relaxing break from the computer and their video games. Talk, laugh, relax and spend quality time together – you'll be amazed at how quickly this becomes a pleasurable family routine bathing in a hot tub under a starry winter night is nothing short of breath-takingly beautiful.

The benefits of hot tubs are widely recognised – just sit back, relax and let the bubbles do their work!