A Complete Guide to Hot Tub Health Benefits: Feeling Good is Good For You
October 7, 2013
Feeling good is good for you! Soak up a good book and read all about it. Hot Water & Healthy Living, Gen. 2.0 explains why you feel better in the hot tub.
This FREE digital book, Hot Water & Healthy Living, Gen. 2.0, by J.B. Smith of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, presents more than two dozen scholarly studies in accessible language to help you understand why feeling good is good for you.
“We believe people experience healthier lives with regular aquatic activity,” says Thomas M. Lachocki, CEO of the National Swimming Pool Foundation that issued the book. “We want everyone to access this free book to feel better everyday. This book confirms all the health benefits — physical and emotional — people can enjoy, just by soaking in warm water.”
Studies show that the pressure and warmth of immersing in hot water trigger increased circulation, respiration, and relaxation for mind and body.
“The effects of aquatic immersion are profound, and impact virtually every body system,” says Dr. Bruce Becker, a Washington State University researchers who has compared the effects of cool, neutral, and warm water on healthy adults. “After about 20 minutes, the central nervous system patterns of the subjects in warm water were essentially identical to those of people who are relaxed and focused. Other studies have found that it decreases depression and anxiety.”
The amazing thing about feeling good in hot water is that it’s not illegal, immoral or fattening. There’s nothing else on earth that can do as much for you as hot tubbing.
Check out Hot Water & Healthy Living, Gen. 2.0 now. You’ll be amazed.
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Author: Don Riling
Don Riling is the President of Olympic Hot Tub and has been an active member of the hot tub industry for over 27 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through water.