Health Benefits of a Jacuzzi
Some people think that a Jacuzzi is just a luxurious accessory for a bathroom, but according to some medical studies, they are terribly wrong. Sitting in a Jacuzzi once in a while proves to have a number of health benefits, both mental and physical. People who suffer from osteoporosis, for example, can benefit from a Jacuzzi, because the buoyancy and light underwater exercises can increase strength and mobility. Although it’s important to follow all cautions, soaking in a hot tube could undoubtedly improve your overall well-being.
A Jacuzzi is especially soothing and helps people relax both mentally and physically. It’s a nice place in which you can relax with your partner, family or friends; either by spending time having a chat or sipping a drink. Using your time in a hot tube to get reflexology massage (you only need to place your feet directly in front of the Jacuzzi water jets) will improve your mood and well-being, because human feet contain numerous nerve endings.
If your muscles and joints cry out for a massage, a Jacuzzi can be a nice alternative. You can direct the water jets to the specific body parts simply by adjusting your body and moving around; this way you’ll get a high-pressure hydro massage and receive the full force of the water just when and where you need it. The water jets can provide deep-tissue massage and they sooth pains and aches. If you suffer from sports injuries, you should try sitting in a Jacuzzi because the heat is useful in soothing muscle spasms and it speeds up recovery time.
Finally, bubbling and hot water of a Jacuzzi causes body temperature to rise and, eventually, blood vessels become dilated. Since that improves circulation, it’s helpful for people having arthritis; the pain in the joints is decreased, the movements are easier. According to one scientific research, soaking in a Jacuzzi could also improve the health of heart and lungs.
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