Does A Spa Bath Really Provide Genuine Health Benefits?
February 6th, 2014
Many years ago spa baths were a luxury found in expensive hotel rooms and gyms. These days we can enjoy the luxury of a spa in the comfort of our own bathroom. You may be wondering if people really use their spa baths and if they provide any kind of benefit.
Spa baths a generally fitted with hydrotherapy jets and air systems to provide an all over soothing body massage. They look great and modern in any bathroom, but do they really provide health benefits?
Stress and Anxiety Relief
Stress and anxiety is part of our body’s natural reaction to environmental and psychological stimuli. We know stress can be harmful to our health and wellbeing. Stress and anxiety can be reduced and even eliminated with relaxation, massage and hydrotherapy in a spa. This is evident with institutions such as hospitals, rehabilitation centres and maternity units using spa baths facilities to calm and relax patients.
Poor circulation affects our well-being. Our blood carries vital oxygen, vitamins and minerals around our system helping our body function at our optimum.
Air bubbles and warm water in a spa gets the blood moving in our bodies, aiding circulation to transfer these important nutrients around the body.
Hydrotherapy is used around the world for sports injuries and muscular pains. Enabling our bodies to become buoyant in the water gives our body relief and the hydrotherapy massage aids tissue and muscle repair a lot faster than usual.
Endless Spas have a great range of indoor bathroom spas to suit your bathroom. If you are building or renovating your bathroom consider an Endless Spa Bath. Contact our consultants today on (03) 8769 7300 or visit our Lynbrook showroom.