Monday, October 19, 2015
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
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.