At one point in your life, you’ve surely had a hot bath. Filling up your tub with warm and soothing water, and maybe adding some bubbles for a bit of fun. Then, when you submerge yourself into the bath, you find that you’re finally at peace. Having a hot bath does that to you. You’re calmer, more at peace, and think clearer when you’re in a hot bath. It’s an easy and relaxing past-time that may seem so simple but does so much you that you might not even realize. Unbeknown to many, getting a hot bath, or even simply submerging yourself in hot water in a hot tub enclosure, has a lot of health benefits.
One of the most instant health benefits you’ll experience the moment you get yourself into your hot bath is that you’re increasing and improving your blood flow. Heat helps our blood flow even better, which why there’s an expression “boiling mad.” And when your blood is flowing and circulating properly onto the different parts and systems in your body, you’re able to move and think better. This also makes you less at risk of getting various heart diseases, especially a stroke since it affects your mind.
The warm water also helps soothe any pain you might have in your body. When you’re in your hot tub enclosure, you’re actually healing yourself off of the various aches that might be annoying you. That insufferable back pain? Consider it gone! Have a headache? You’ll be feeling and thinking better in no time. Warm water has a lot fo soothing properties that help calm down your muscles so that you’re not experiencing any pain. This benefits your back the most, as a hot bath is said to be a perfect antidote for arthritis, scoliosis, and other back problems.
Finally, your blood sugar levels are also decreased by a hot bath. If you have a big sweet tooth, you might want to take hot showers or soak in jacuzzis from now on. This infographic shows that your blood sugar levels are reduced by 10% with the help of a good hot bath. And while that doesn’t seem all that impressive now, think about how much healthier you will be after your bath. You’ll also be less at risk of getting a bevy of sicknesses that are often caused by peak blood sugar levels, such as diabetes and obesity.
With all these benefits and more, it may be time to finally get that hot tub enclosure built in the backyard!