Spa Benefits


Everybody has had it, but no one wants it, Stress. The most common symptoms of stress are sore muscles, headaches, fatigue, and anxiety. The American Heart Association warns against the effects stress can have on your body. It’s recommended to sit quietly 15 to 20 minutes a day and think of a peaceful place or picture. One of the best ways to do that is, sit in a spa and relax while the warm water and jets take your stress away.


There are many definitions of Hydrotherapy, but no matter how you define it, it is here to stay. Hydrotherapy has been around for many years. All around the world people have discovered the healing power of soaking in natural springs from Rome all the way to Japan. Hydrotherapy has been used to treat insomnia, stress, arthritis, and muscle and joint therapy.


Over 70 million people in the USA suffer from the effects of arthritis. The Arthritis Foundation recommends warm water exercises to keep joints and muscles moving and aid in daily tasks such as walking.


An article published by the New England Journal of Medicine by Dr. Philip L. Hooper at the Mckee Medical Center in Loveland, Colorado found that soaking in a spa helped improve blood sugar readings and sleep in patients with type 2 diabetes.


According to the National Sleep Foundation, there are over 132 million people in the USA that suffer from some sort of sleeping disorder. It has been reported that soaking in a spa before bedtime will help people fall asleep and stay asleep.