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Better Sleep and your Hot Tub

Posted in Health Benefits,Spas by hotspringd on the March 24th, 2015

Hot Tubs Bellbrook – Portable Spa Dealer Gives 3 Tips For National Sleep Awareness Month

Portable Spa Sale Bellbrook, OH – Hot Spring Spas Dayton Shares “Three Ways to Sleep Healthier.” Offers Free Hot Tub Spa Test Soaks to Bellbrook, OH Residents!

Bellbrook, OH 45305 – “On the whole, Americans get far less sleep than they should. Busy lives and hectic schedules are the main reason. People tend to think of sleep as something that can be put off in lieu of more important things,” said George Dalhamer, President and CEO of Hot Spring Spas of Dayton.

“The drawback to that line of thinking is a serious accumulation of possibilities ranging from mild fatigue and lack of concentration to severe depression and even illness,” continued Dalhamer. Here are three ways to sleep healthier.

Cut Out Caffeine – Even die hard coffee drinkers who think they aren’t affected by caffeine at bed time can suffer the effects of the chemicals when sleeping. Many people have a hard time falling asleep after drinking coffee or other caffeinated beverages in the evening, but even when a person can fall asleep, they are less likely to sleep soundly or deeply. Healthy sleep requires a period of REM, deep sleep, in order to fully revive the body. Cutting out caffeine entirely, or at least, limiting it to early in the day will help improve sleep habits and allow for a more restful sleep.

Create a Better Sleep Environment – Get rid of clutter in the bedroom. Paint the room pleasing, soothing colors. Eliminate electronic devices and keep the temperature a comfortable 60 to 75 degrees to promote the best possible sleep atmosphere.

Get a Bellbrook Hot Tub at Home – Along with creating a soothing, spa-like atmosphere right in the home, having a hot tub in the yard, on a porch or patio helps improve sleep habits. The National Sleep Foundation lists soaking in a hot tub along with establishing proper sleep schedules as a great way to help people sleep better. Soaking in hot water raises the body temperature and relaxes muscles making it easier for a person to fall asleep, and increases the likelihood of sleeping deeper and more soundly.

Hot Tubs Bellbrook

Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free report “A Consumer Buying Guide for Buying the Best Hot Tub.” Just visit the company website for more information http://www.HotSpring-Dayton.com
About Hot Spring Spas of Dayton
Hot Spring® Spa of Dayton is the retail entity of Relaxn, Inc. and is one of the largest spa specialty retailers in the country with over 98% of their business in the sale and service of spas and related accessories. In addition to selling Hot Spring Portable Spas, a product of Watkins Manufacturing, Hot Spring Spa of Dayton is also the proud dealer of Finnleo Saunas, the largest manufacturer of Saunas in the world.
At Hot Spring Spa of Dayton, the purchase of a spa is just the start of a wonderful relationship that continues long after the sale and delivery of a spa. That is why over 70% of all spas sold at Hot Spring Spa of Dayton are due to referrals.
To learn more about hot tubs and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free report “A Consumer Buying Guide for Buying the Best Hot Tub.” Just visit the company website for more information http://www.HotSpring-Dayton.com

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Endorphins & Hot Tubs – April is National Stress Awareness Month

Posted in Health Benefits,Spas by hotspringd on the April 13th, 2013

Endorphins are mother nature’s natural pain and stress fighters and the soothing massage provided by a hot tub helps stimulate the release of endorphins helping to dissolve away the stress and tension of the day.  But why is the production of endorphins so important to our overall health and wellness?

Stress and pain are the two most common factors leading to the production of endorphins.   Those endorphins interact with receptors in the brain to reduce our perception of pain acting similarly to that of morphine and codeine without the negative side effect of those drugs – addiction.

As if the decreased feelings of pain and stress weren’t enough, the release of endorphins also leads to the feelings of euphoria as well as a control of appetite, increase of the release of sex hormones and improved immune response.  Also with higher levels of endorphins, we experience less pain and have fewer negative effects of stress.

Although the release of endorphins varies among individuals, it is known that increases are affected by increases in exercise and the consumption of certain foods such as chocolate and hot peppers.  The release of endorphins upon ingestion of chocolate likely explains the feeling of comfort and the craving for chocolates.

The use of hot water therapy also aides in the release of endorphins within the body helping to reduce the potential negative effects of stress. With the positive relaxing benefits of soaking in the swirling hot waters of a hot tub coupled with the obvious benefits of an increased release of endorphins working to provide you with maximum benefits, the regular use of a hot tub should certainly be part of one’s daily activities for improved health and wellness.

So the next time you feel increased stress starting to creep up on you, think endorphins and when you think endorphins think hot tub therapy and maybe a chocolate.  You will feel that stress drift away while your body enjoys the additional benefit of heat, buoyancy and massage all working in concert to provide the maximum benefit of  hot tub soaking!

Happy hot tubbing

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APRIL- Stress Awareness Month

Posted in Health Benefits,Saunas,Spas by hotspringd on the April 6th, 2011

 

Stress can be positive, keeping us alert and ready to avoid danger. Stress becomes negative when a person faces continuous challenges without relief or relaxation between challenges. As a result, the person becomes overworked and stress-related tension builds.

Stress that continues without relief can lead to a condition called distress — a negative stress reaction. Distress can lead to physical symptoms including headaches, upset stomach, elevated blood pressure, chest pain, and problems sleeping. Research suggests that stress also can bring on or worsen certain symptoms or diseases.

We all have stress in our lives so lets make sure we use our HotSpring Spa or Finnleo sauna so we don’t fall into the negative effects of stress .  Whether its immersing ourselves into the warm swirling water of our Hot Spring Spa or the warmth of our Finnleo sauna relieving our stress from our lives, make sure we are using these stress relivers so we can live a better and healthier life, not to metion it will help us feel and look younger.

 

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