Are you still on the fence about purchasing a spa?
Looking for one good reason to reassure yourself that you’ve made the right decision?
Today, I’m going to share with you how owning a spa could be the best investment you make. Not only for yourself, but your family’s well-being too.
Traditionally speaking, spas are often looked at as a luxury item that you can dress up your backyard with, or a fun time to enjoy with friends.
But what I consider to be one of the most important yet overlooked reasons to invest in a spa, is the major health benefits it can provide to you and your family.
Post pandemic, health should be at the top of the priority list for everyone. But if you’re anything like me, who finds gym workouts, running, and all the other health fads a little boring, this could be a new, fun, and exciting way for you to improve your health, longevity and lifestyle.
Plus, it makes your job as a parent easier too.
As a dad, I can guarantee it will be a breeze to get your kids to play in the spa and improve their health that way, then it will be to get them to eat their greens at dinner time.
So, I guess you’re wondering what type of health benefits a spa can offer both you and your family?
Spas are engineered to improve your well-being through the technique of hydrotherapy.
Being used in the medicinal field for centuries, hydrotherapy is created when water is heated to a temperature of 30-35 degrees.
This naturally increases your heart rate and improves the circulation of blood flow in your body.
Improving your circulation activates other benefits such as:
- Reduces muscle tightness
- Lowers your blood pressure
- Improves your sleep
- Relieves stress
- Reduces cellulite
And if that’s not enough to convince you, let me just tell you that spas have the ability to help you shed those unwanted pounds too.
A recent study completed by a diabetes research company revealed that patients who sat in a spa 3-6 times per week, for 30 minutes per day, dropped an average of one pound per week.
Beats running on treadmill, that’s for sure.
The best part is, all you need to do to experience these benefits, is simply spend time relaxing in your spa. Or, if you’re wanting to take things up a notch, choose to exercise in it. It’s really up to you.
So if you’re still trying to justify the cost of purchasing a spa, or worried that you won’t get enough use out of it, then consider this…
Don’t be like the rest of us who wished they’d invested in a spa earlier than what they did, so they could spend more time creating memories with their kids.
I mean, what price would you put on that, and your family’s health?
I hope this article was helpful.