Owning a spa/hot tub: relax and unwind

Hot tubs can relieve stress and improve sleep. The massaging jets and soothing heat help to reduce tension which may make it easier to fall asleep. Sitting in a hot tub raises body temperature, and the drop in body temperature that occurs after getting out of a hot tub may also induce sleep.

The weightlessness effect produced by the buoyancy of the water can also be relaxing.

Better sleep: Warm swirling water reduces stress and allows you to rest and get a better night’s sleep. Sleep deepens as body temperature drops. Experts’ recommend that people who suffer from sleeplessness should soak in a spa for 15 minutes before bedtime.

Take a book: A hot tub is the perfect place to retreat to if you want some quiet relaxation whilst reading a book

Stargaze: One of the best ways to get in touch with the universe is to star gaze on a clear night whilst enjoying a soak in your hot tub.

Early morning dip: Start your day with a great wake up call watching the sunrise and listening to the sound of nature

Take stock of your day: After a busy day talk through the highlights with your partner or children – it’s the ideal way to make conversation away form the distraction of computers or TV.

Aromatherapy: Purchase some Aromatherapy beads in your favourite scent and place them inside the aromatherapy canister. These aromatherapy beads feed into the air line of the spa, and with a heated air blower they will release out of the jets if the air venturi valve is open.

Meditation: Your hot tub is the perfect space to meditate and get in touch with your senses and truly reach that higher place.

Take a break: Get away from your troubles by experiencing hot water swirling around your body this will help calm you and increase your overall wellbeing.

Daily routine: Include a soak in your hot tub as part of your daily routine – after work, after sport, share time with your family

Socialise: Relax and catch up with your friends or invite your neighbours to try out a hot tub- you never know what you might be missing

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