For people who deal with chronic pain, every day can be a challenge. But with heat, massage, and buoyancy, using a hot tub regularly can reduce joint inflammation and pain, and even improve mobility.
Here’s how to manage chronic arthritis in the hot tub.
Heat for Immediate Relief
Heat is a proven strategy for relieving arthritis pain. Unlike a hot bath that begins to cool the moment you get in, a hot tub provides sustained heat. With anytime access, a hot tub at home is the fast relief you need when arthritis pain strikes.
Relieve Strained Joints
Water is buoyant, meaning it supports you when you immerse your body in it, making movement easier. Submerge in the hot tub and water cushions joints, reducing strain and pressure that causes pain. Hot tub hydrotherapy makes you feel great!.
Increase Flexibility, Improve Mobility
With buoyancy eliminating pressure and strain on the joints, movement in the hot tub is easier. For many people, that makes the spa the perfect place to work in some light exercise to strengthen the heart and tone the body.
So, Go Ahead, Take a Soak, You Deserve It!
It’s fast, fun and relaxing. Not only that, it’s good for the body, soothes the mind and can improve your overall health and well-being.