Sauna Wellness

Hot Tub Benefits

Hot tub benefits there are many similar benefits to using a hot tub as there are a sauna. Here are some great benefits:
Reduced Stress
Every time you take a dip in a hot tub, your body will begin automatically releasing endorphins, resulting in a near-instantaneous reduction in stress.
The water has a positive effect and the pressure that the water exerts on the body encourages blood flow, which has positive effects on your breathing as well. By increasing your blood flow, the body can deliver higher levels of oxygen throughout the body.
Skeletal Improvement
Soaking in hot water will help to increase blood flow. Blood flow is a key component in bone health. Using a hot tub enables the increase of blood flow on the body, enabling your body to deliver vital nutrients to your bones.
Relaxation and Pain Relief
Those who have arthritis, stiff joints, fibromyalgia, sore muscles and back have had significant improvements using a hot tub. As the Arthritis Foundation explains, warm water therapy loosens the joints, reduces pain and offers all around support for aching limbs. Plus, those benefits don’t disappear once you get out of the hot tub, either — a soak in warm water can improve overall pain levels even after the soak.Even if you don’t have arthritis, fibromyalgia or any other specific condition, warm water can provide relief from everyday or exercise-induced muscle pain.
Better Sleep
There have been studies that have shown that bathing before bed results in improved sleep sensations. Even people who only soaked their feet in hot water enjoyed better sleep than those who didn’t.The studies also found that bathing before bed results in being able to fall asleep faster.
Present Mindedness
Hot water and steam increase the blood flow to our most important organ, the brain resulting in clearer thoughts much like taking a hot shower.
Clear Skin
The process of perspiring releases any trapped dirt or oil. Sweat has also been found to have natural antibiotic effects and can help to kill bacteria on the skin’s surface.The steam can benefit your skin promoting the production of collagen and elastin and naturally moisturize the face.
Burning Calories
Sitting in a hot tub can help you burn calories. Your body uses energy in order to increase blood flow. The energy that your body uses comes from calories.

Cold Plunge Benefits

Reduced Inflammation
Relieves inflammation and alleviates muscle strain and joint pain.
Mood Booster
norepinephrine, an anti-stress hormone and neurotransmitter, and epinephrine/adrenaline are released which is what makes you feel so energetic
Increases production of disease-fighting white blood cells
Immune Booster
Cold water causes your lymph vessels to contract, which forces your lymphatic system to pump lymph fluids throughout your body. The flushing of fluid triggers the white blood cells to attack any foreign bodies in the body.
Improved circulation
a cold waterplunge constricts circulation on the surface of your body. This causes blood in your deeper tissues to circulate at faster rates to maintain ideal body temperature.
Nervous System
Cold temperatures act as a mild “workout” for the nervous system, which adapts and strengthens.
Lung Health
Feeling of breathlessness you get when you take a plunge into cold water is what improves your lung function.
Fat burning/blood sugar regulation weight loss
Adiponectin is a protein involved in blood glucose regulation, with low levels often found in insulin resistance. Studies show the increase of adiponectin of 70% in one session. The body naturally burns calories while trying to adjust to the temperature and keep things flowing properly which can aid weight loss benefits.



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