Want to release your body’s “feel good” chemicals? You can do it in a hot tub!
September 29, 2017 – Think about the things you enjoy. If soaking in hot water isn’t already on your list, you ought to try it! It has been been scientifically proven that on top of being good for you, soaking in hot water produces a natural chemical reaction in your body that just plain makes you “feel good”!
Studies have shown that soaking in hot, bubbly water causes the body to release natural chemicals called endorphins.
Endorphins are like a wonder drug. They can strengthen the immune system, help you sleep better, minimize the effects of headaches, and increase energy. It’s no wonder that hot water therapy is part of the self-care regimen recommended by naturopathic doctors throughout the world.
Not only is your body taken care of, but your mind and soul benefit too. Soaking in hot water is a mood elevator; lifting your spirits, enhancing your sense of well-being, and leaving you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed. No wonder our customers at Olympic Hot Tub mention “the fountain of youth” when referring to their Hot Spring Spas.
While we’re on the subject of aging…Few of us are fond of getting older, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do a better job of it. And there is no better time than now because September is “Healthy Aging Month”. There’s a “month” for everything, right? The purpose of this one is to encourage those of us over 50 to live a lifestyle that will help us age well. Whether the goal is to improve physical fitness, social or mental wellness, or financial well-being, September is your month to get inspired!
Many of our customers are living the hot tub lifestyle well into their 80’s and even 90’s. Our oldest customer was 93 when she bought her spa. If you’re goal is to be active, and healthy, and younger looking well into your “twilight” years, get a Hot Spring Spa, and use it!
No matter your age, you deserve to “feel good” each and every day!
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.