Why You Need a Spa
There’s nothing quite like sitting by the pool with a cold drink in your hand. It’s the perfect way to really wind down and relax. That is unless you’re sitting inside a bubbling spa with a cold drink in your hand.
So, why stop at just a swimming pool when you can enjoy the benefits of a hot bubbling spa too? Or maybe you only have a small area to use, so only want a spa?
Either way, here are a few reasons why you really need a spa at home.
They’re Incredibly Therapeutic
For both your body and mind, relaxing in a spa is very good for you in a therapeutic sense. Regular soaks can help you to lower your blood pressure and help you to recover from fatigue. Warm water is therapeutic and can help stimulate the release of endorphins in the same way that exercise does, only it’s much less harsh on your body. Endorphins improve your mood and are a natural pain reliever.
Helps with Muscle Tears
Exercise causes muscle tears and lactic acid build-up, which causes fatigue and soreness. Your muscles rebuild over time, and each tear becomes stronger than the muscle was before the exercise. This process is aided greatly by soaking in a spa pool, especially if you haven’t exercised much recently and are feeling very uncomfortable.
The warm water movement increases your blood flow, bringing nutrients to any damaged cells in your body. This helps with tissue repair and pain relief. In addition, it helps your muscles relax, which causes you to release any pressure on the surrounding nerves and blood vessels.
Improve Body Pains and Joint Aches
A spa can help relieve damaged, inflamed or painful joints and muscles. The simple buoyancy of a spa alone helps you to put less weight on your muscles and joints. Also, movement of your affected joints while you’re in the water can help your muscles become more limber and reduce pain.
People with, lower back pain, for example, can often expect almost instant relief upon entering a spa pool. Thousands of people suffer needlessly from back pain due to everything from athletics to trade work. Relieve it with a soak in the spa!
Winding Down and Stress Relief
After a hard day at work or a stressful day in general, you might find yourself a bit more tense than usual. Maybe you were late to work and got in trouble with your boss, or maybe the baby wouldn’t stop screaming all night and you had to work a full day on little sleep.
There is no better way to leave your troubles behind than stretching out in the warm, therapeutic waters of your spa pool. Allow the massage jets to ease away the pain, both physical and emotional.
Interested in getting to know the benefits of a spa pool? Call Pacific Pools in Sydney today to speak to a professional about your spa pool options. We can help you take the next steps.