There’s nothing better than enjoying your tub on a crisp winter night beneath the northern lights.
Here are our top reasons for mixing swimsuits, sandals, and snow to love your tub all season long.
Soaking in a hot tub for 20 minutes helps us relax because it balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. In fact, it offers similar benefits to meditation.
When we are more relaxed, we fall asleep more quickly and get a better, deeper night’s rest.
Hydrotherapy, or the combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage reduces stress hormones and releases pain-relieving endorphins.
Water buoyancy reduces pressure on the joints, relieving symptoms of arthritis.
Hot water immersion helps move lactic acid from muscles, reducing recovery time after an injury or workout.
When we feel better physically, we feel better mentally. Time in the hot tub can help mitigate the winter blues and effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Warm water (94° to 104°) immersion makes the muscles you use to breathe work harder by a factor of 60%, which helps build endurance for your cardiovascular system.
Who wants to get bundled up in the winter? Enjoy the beauty of the season from somewhere very warm.
Hot tubs give you an opportunity to step away from daily distractions and connect with the people in your life, whether friends or family.
A body…err…tub in motion, stays in motion. The more you use your tub, the better it performs. You’ll stay up on the minimal needed maintenance, and will notice
We would be hard-pressed to choose just one favorite reason we love hot tubbing in the winter, so we’ll turn that over to you. What’s your favorite thing about using your hot tub in Alaska’s winter months?
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