Monday, November 16, 2015

The Relaxing Allure of a Hot Tub: Practical Luxury for Every Home

Although Vancouver is indeed a picturesque city, everyone is aware that the weather can be a bit frustrating at times. From inclement spring days to the decidedly raw months of winter, ocean frost, fog, and freezing temperatures are not uncommon. Those who are looking for a warm and relaxing haven from such conditions will often choose a brand-name hot tub. What are some of the benefits that hot tubs and swim spas can offer? Soothing Aching or Sore Muscles Perhaps the most well-known benefit of a hot tub or swim spa is the ability to relax strained and sore muscles. This primarily arises from the soothing effect that circulating water has upon the human body. Those with bad backs or who suffer from pain during times of high humidity (quite common in Vancouver) will therefore find an unsurpassed sense of relief when selecting a modern hot tub.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

A Hot Tub as an Aid to Meditation

A hot tub is a great way to relax. Even the vagaries of the Vancouver weather don't spoil the experience because hot tubs are good whether it's baking hot or icy cold. Soaking in the hot tub, maybe with a glass of wine, is a great way to end a busy, maybe stressful day. These kinds of days are part of modern living and people are looking for ways to relieve the stress and tension.

Monday, October 19, 2015

The Advantages of a Modern Hot Tub

Although Vancouver is one of the best regions within Canada to live, there are many issues which can wreak havoc on the muscles. The winters can be cold and wet while the average annual humidity is no less than 73.3 per cent (1). These are some of the motivating factors that have caused many consumers to benefit from the use of a hot tub. What are a few of the most significant benefits that such liquid luxury can provide?

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

The Benefits of Hydrotherapy and Installing a Hot Tub in Your Home

Hydrotherapy, or water therapy, is a type of physical therapy that uses forms of water—steam, liquid or ice—to provide treatment or relaxation. It is a good way to rejuvenate the body, alleviate muscle pain, and allow body parts to recover from injuries. The primary goal of hydrotherapy is to improve the quality of blood being circulated and the way it flows throughout the body. Poor blood circulation prevents toxins and wastes from being eliminated, thereby weakening the body’s resistance against illnesses and injuries. By improving circulation, healing nutrients are delivered to various parts of the body, toxins are eliminated, and regular functions are restored and strengthened. Good circulation brought about by hydrotherapy may even help fight common conditions such as fever, constipation, and inflammation.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Soothing Nerves on The Tub

Vancouver’s fickle weather may be a bane to some. On the bright side, though, the cold inspires people to seek some solace in quality appliances like a hot tub. What are some of the benefits that hot tubs and swim spas offer?

Monday, August 10, 2015

Exploring the Health Benefits of Using a Jacuzzi

While many see Jacuzzis as a luxury product, they've actually been used for thousands of years for their health benefits, with hot tubs dating back to the Romans. In their most primitive forms, of course. If you would like to explore the less conventional sides of medicine, the health benefits that have been around for centuries can continue in you, via today’s Jacuzzis.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Cold Nights and Hot Tubs in Canada

From its beginnings as a craze among yuppies in the 1970s and 1980s, the hot tub has enjoyed an increase in popularity across North America in recent years. Hot tubs and spas have become more reliable and affordable as technology improves. In particular, today's hot tubs have been designed to have minimal impact on the environment and to use water economically.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Why Is A Hot Bath So Relaxing?

Perhaps nothing else in this world can beat the relaxation a warm bath offers. However, have you ever wondered why it feels so good in the first place?

A soak in warm water deliberately raises your body temperature, which opens up the gate for more health-related benefits. For instance, a warmer body temperature facilitates better blood and lymph circulation, as well as detoxification, increased metabolism and calmer nervous system—and those are just the tip of the iceberg.