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Impressive Health Benefits of Hot Tub for Your Physical and Mental Wellbeing

Not just for summer parties. Did you know that hot tubs and hydrospas also offer a ton of incredible physical and mental health benefits?

Not just for summer parties. Did you know that hot tubs and hydrospas also offer a ton of incredible physical and mental health benefits?

After the hustle and bustle of a long day combined with all the uncertainty and worry this year has brought, a soak in your inflatable spa is just what you need to escape it all. Convenience aside, this getaway may be doing a lot more good than you think!

Here are some of our favorite inflatable spa benefits:

Improved emotional health

We know that a soak in your inflatable spa provides a deep feeling of relaxation, but did you know that soaking can also help improve sleep quality, reduce stress, and improve mental clarity?


Studies testing body warming as a treatment for insomnia in adults found that hot baths significantly affected sleep quality and rest. Hot tubs help raise your core body temperature, which in turn helps you relax and fall asleep more easily.


A soak in your spa relieves tension while bubble jets melt away mental stress to provide a feeling of calm and balance.


Hot tubs can improve overall circulation and that includes increasing blood flow to the brain. It has been said that increased blood flow to the brain can help with cognitive functions.

Cardiovascular health

A simple soak in your spa can help increase your heart rate and lower blood pressure. A study conducted on 21 patients showed a significant drop in blood pressure, returning hypertensive patients to normal ranges, with just 10 minutes of soaking.

Soaking also promotes good circulation as hot water increases body temperature and dilates blood vessels, helping to transport vital nutrients to cells and organs.

Pain relief

Doctors and physical therapists may suggest a relaxing bath to help relieve muscle and joint pain and relax muscle tension. Some health conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia may also benefit from warm water therapy.

Rehabilitation and Recovery

Do you love to exercise? Your inflatable spa can benefit muscle recovery and rehabilitation so you can return to it fresher than ever. Increased blood flow and circulation promotes the healing of injured tissues and the rehabilitation of damaged muscles and joints.

Burning calories

While not a total substitute for exercise, some studies show that soaking in a bath can burn as many calories as a 30-minute walk. A soak in your inflatable spa can help your metabolism and is a great option for those days when you can't walk or run.


Despite all of these benefits, it is important to evaluate your current health and unique circumstances. If you are unsure whether an inflatable spa is right for you, be sure to consult your GP.

See your GP if you have heart disease, heart complications, open wounds, infection or are currently pregnant.

Jacuzzi safety

Before using any inflatable spa, make sure it is clean and properly maintained. Check out our latest blog, 5 Tips for Owning an Inflatable Hot Tub , to learn how to keep your spa in tip-top condition.

To maximize your benefits and ensure you get the most out of your hot tub soaks:

Keep it brief. In high temperatures, you'll want to limit baths to less than 15 minutes, even less if you're just starting out. If you experience dizziness, nausea, skin inflammation, or difficulty breathing, you should leave the spa immediately.

Set a comfortable temperature. You don't need to burn yourself in hot water to benefit. In fact, doing so does more harm than good! Keep the water below 40°C to stay safe.

Hydration, hydration, hydration. It's hot in there! Be sure to drink plenty of water before and during your soaking sessions.


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