Benefits of Spas

Admin, 15/10/2017

Whenever we hear the word “Spa”, we associate it with relaxation and fun. But, in reality, spas can do so much more than that for you. There are lots of other benefits of spas apart from making you relaxed and feel good. These include health benefits as well. Captain Nemo’s Pool and Spa Supplies has made a list of the benefits that a spa session can have. Enjoy!

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It can help you sleep

Hot water relaxes your body which is conducive to higher quality of sleep. The relation also promotes the ease with which you can achieve deeper and more accurate sleep cycles.

It can reduce stress

It’s simple math really. When your body is relaxing at such a high level, your mind will find peace with ease as well. Yu are more likely to leave the spa with a better mood as sitting in hot water will reduce your stress which will have a good effect on your mental state.

It can help improve your self-esteem

When you are feeling good physically, good thoughts flood your mind. The release of “feel good” hormones like dopamine increases your positivity and hence your confidence and self-esteem are boosted. Obviously a trip to the spa isn’t going to miraculously solve all these mental issues, but it does help a lot.

Many health benefits

Studies have shown that spas can improve your cardiovascular health. Immersing yourself in warm water is a cardiac exercise, which is great for your heart unless you’ve got medical issues relating to that. Additionally, spas can reduce your blood pressure. Due to the relaxation of all your muscles, muscular aches and pains including athletic injuries or sprains can go away. Because the blood vessels dilate in hot water, better blood circulation is promoted, which can lead to relief from headaches. On top of all that, spas have been linked to losing weight as well.

Now that you know a little more about all the benefits spas can have, maybe it’s time for you to build a little spa at home! In the long run, it’ll be cheaper than going to parlors. So, start collecting your spa supplies and spa chemicals today and build your own home spa!