Hot tubs have therapeutic qualities as well as entertainment value
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2012 -- The use of a hot tub is not merely for enjoyment and entertainment purposes. Studies show that spas are also a legitimate positive factor regarding health.
“It’s not just a frilly recreational thing,” said Shawn Maynard, co-owner of Bullfrog’s North Ogden and Layton locations. “It offers legitimate therapy. If you buy a spa for social reasons, usage will fade. If you buy it with the intent for therapy, you will be addicted and use it every day.”
Jonathan Brady, an office manager at Leisure Pool & Spa, says that health is one of the main reasons people buy spas.
Brady himself has found a use for spas, as he suffered a fractured spine years prior. “If I don’t sit in a hot tub every day, I get tense,” he said.
The fact that hot-tubs have a 20-year average lifespan also means that they are an effective and affordable form of supplemental therapy. “For people who buy them for medical reasons, it is cheaper than therapy at a gym,” Maynard added.
“The best time to use it is right before bed,” says Maynard, who has been an owner for six years. He added, “It helps me sleep better.”
It is not only for therapy to injuries, but general fatigue as well as wear-and-tear that can be benefited by a spa. Whether it is due to heavy workouts, active lifestyle, or general soreness, spas can aid in regeneration of vitality and muscle fatigue repair.
Brady noted that the Michael Phelps swim spa appeals to many people who want an enhanced spa routine.
“It really hits everything. You can sit down and relax muscles, use it to train for triathlons, and for rehab.”
HotTubWorks.com (http://www.hottubworks.com/) provides visitors with information, products, and pricing for all things spas. Find lifts, covers, accessories, chemical, and anything else people can think to find. Look through the spa repair forums and the blog section for information regarding hot tub interests and necessities when it comes to relaxing and letting some steam out.
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