Between work and family, all
of us live busy lives. So after a long day, most of us just want to
come home and relax. But then there's dinner, the kid's homework, baths
and bedtime, and by the time you have a moment to yourself you're too
exhausted to enjoy it. The last person on your list of priorities is
usually you. Why? If you're not relaxed and energized, how are you supposed
to be of help to anybody else? Plus, where are you supposed to find
the time and money to go to a spa or a weekend retreat? You can't, so
the best alternative is to bring the spa to you.
Most people take warm baths or showers to simply wake up and get ready
for the day. Or after a long workout or a day at the office you just
need to quickly clean up by hopping into some water. Except water isn't
just for cleansing; it can actually help your health. The idea behind
the jetted tub has been around for centuries by combining the calming
soak of a bath and the pulsating rhythm of a shower. In fact, for thousands
of years hydrotherapy has helped people heal through relaxation.
Greek physicians used
to prescribe water therapy to patients for its residual health benefits,
and Roman civilizations created communal baths for the same reason:
they saw the healing assistance of water. And this is true to today,
where many modern-day doctors are still prescribing hot baths, steams,
hot springs, and saunas in order to improve health, cure ailments, and
Here are just some of the advantages
of a Jacuzzi (Hydro massage bath system):
• Relieves fatigue
• Prevents stiffness and other body aches
• Reduces stress by the releasing endorphins into the body
• Allows harmful toxins to leave the body
• Soothes muscles aches, arthritis, back pain, and can be used
to repair injuries
• Improves flexibility and increases muscle endurance
• Can actually reduce the affects of aging
• Has been shown to reduce high blood pressure
• Can even boost your metabolism for additional weight loss.
Of course, a jetted tub is not a cure-all.
It is simply designed to assist in the healing process and to allow
you time to recoup from the daily rigors of life.