Throughout history, hydrotherapy has appeared in many different forms. Many different cultures including the Egyptians, Romans, Chinese, and Greeks used hydrotherapy – even the famous American author Mark Twain discovered during a tour in Europe that a bath or spring waters soothed his arthritis. People around the world and across the ages have found relief by regularly soaking in the warm spring waters at local bathhouses.
Of course, as time has changed the image of hydrotherapy has changed as well. Living in the modern age comes with many benefits and one of them is that you no longer have to go to the local bathhouse to enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy! Just step into your hot tub and feel the aches and stress melt away thanks to the soothing warm waters and powerful, targeted jets.
There have been many different studies on how hydrotherapy can help reduce or control many different types of disorders and illnesses. These warm bubbling waters hold a special remedy that can help reduce blood pressure, overcome sleepless nights, and even help you focus on important tasks. Some of the latest studies show that it also helps people that suffer from fibromyalgia, too
So, how long and how often do you need use your hot tub to see a difference? The truth is that it really doesn’t take a lot of time for you to see results. Soaking in your hot tub for just twenty minutes a day will help your body immensely. Try to set aside time 3-4 times a week for the maximum benefit. When you add it all up, you’ll be investing a little more than one hour a week in your health and wellness. (And enjoying life while you do it!)
Next time you need relief from your aches and pains, don’t reach for that bottle of aspirin. Take a soak in your hot tub and allow hydrotherapy to push away the aches and pains! And if you don’t yet have a hot tub of your own, come see us today!