Simply saying the word ‘Spa’ makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, particularly when you imagine just how wonderful and relaxing they are. Throughout history, bath houses and spas were a huge part of everyday life and people would regularly attend them to cleanse the days dirt, relax, unwind and often socialise. The beautiful thing about today is that you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to enjoy such advantages. In fact, with your very own home spa bath, all you need to do is pop upstairs and climb on in!
And most people don’t need much more encouraging than that, though for the sake of argument we’re going to explore the irresistible health benefits of taking a spa bath. So, if you don’t have one already, buy one! – Or if yours is currently in disrepair and requires new parts, get onto a reputable company and remedy that issue immediately, as you’re going to want a nice, long soak after reading this!
Being submerged in water puts pressure on your body which encourages a free and easy cardio workout. Your heart will be working harder which will keep it healthy and it will pump more blood around your body and to your brain, which is great for that too!
OK, so a spa bath won’t solve all your problems, but it will certainly alleviate much of the pain. If you’re suffering at the moment from a sore neck or a bad back, jump in to your spa bath (carefully) and relax. A nice, hot soak is perfect for helping your body and muscles to relax.
The troubles and mundanity of everyday life, particularly when trying to find a good work/home/social balance, can bring on a lot of stress and anxiety. There are few ways quite as effective to alleviate stress and anxiety than by enjoying a long, hot soak in a spa bath. There’s something awfully alluring about being submerged in water, particularly when it’s hot and bubbly like a natural hot spring!
Negativity is a horrible spiral which can lead to self-doubt and a low self-esteem. The wonderful thing about enjoying a spa bath is that it will promote a general sense of calm and well-being. Simply put, it’s incredibly difficult to think negatively when you’re in such a relaxing environment, and these positive vibes will rub off onto you and the way that you feel about yourself.
Sleep is food for the soul and after taking a long bath in your home spa, you’ll be able to fall asleep far easier. This is due to a couple of reasons: first of all, the heat helps your muscles to relax which will render you feeling rather weightless and dozy; and in addition to that, your body temperature will rise, and then the sudden drop once you climb into bed will make you feel incredibly tired as well, helping you to fall asleep almost instantly.
A spa bath is often seen as a luxury, though if you can afford it, it should be treated as an essentiality. These are just a handful of the benefits of taking a spa bath regularly, so make sure that you get on it and start making the most of them. Again, if you have a spa bath and it isn’t working as well as you’d like, it’s likely that you need to replace a pump or something. Have it checked out as soon as possible because if you take care of your spa bath, it will (quite clearly) take care of you in return.