The spa is renowned for its many benefits. After a hard day's work or after a good workout, there is nothing more relaxing than spending a few moments in a hot tub. In addition to the relaxing atmosphere, the spa also acts on the entire body. It helps the athletes to get back on their feet and restores the most active peps.
A relaxing action
When talking about spa tubs, we think directly of bubbles and jets. These incorporations were not just made for a good visual effect. They have medically proven therapeutic effects. The multiple action of the hydromassage relaxes the entire body. It is therefore ideal for relaxing the muscles after sports sessions. The hot water and the pressure of the bubbles act on all the tense muscles and that is what gives the maximum of relaxation. In addition, they help to eliminate toxins and ensure good blood circulation. The pressure on all the joints relaxes. The hot water allows a decompression and establishes a serenity. The hydromassage applied by the jets to the muscles and joints accelerates the recovery after hard efforts. Weightlessness, warmth and massaging effect are the three main ingredients that provide an incredible feeling of wellness in a spa.
Pain Relief Effects
Arthritis is a well-known joint disease, but it is not very difficult to soothe. The therapeutic actions of a bath spa relieve the pressure on the muscles thanks to the buoyancy. It often happens that with the swelling of joints, some people experience intense pain after exercising. The spa is a good solution to warm the joints and reduce their swelling. Moreover, the hot water jets favor the relaxation of the capsules around the latter and in the same way, their mobility. The spa also has softening effects on the collagen tissues which subsequently become more mobile and less painful. In the same way, the jacuzzi acts on the nervous system for the production of pain relieving hormone which is endorphin. Finally, we can hope to improve the amplitudes of the movements thanks to the spa.