Stress Relief in Your Personalized Hot Tub
Less Stress, Only 20 – 30 Minutes a Day
Stress is one of your body's natural reactions to certain environmental and psychological stimuli. Everybody has it, and a small amount of positive stress is ok and even necessary to maintain healthy nervous system balance. However, too much negative stress can be incredibly harmful to your health and even debilitating.
Stay relaxed, refreshed and stress free…
The Science of Hydrotherapy and Stress Relief
The warm water of a hot tub has been shown to help balance your nervous system and to keep it in balance.* It is believed that warm water immersion encourages the release of a hormone, dopamine. Dopamine is released by the parasympathetic nervous system in our bodies to combat the effects of harmful stress.
Scientific evidence also shows that immersing yourself in hot water relieves muscle tension and reduces cardiovascular stress. Managing stress through hydrotherapy in warm water effectively increases our chances for a happy and healthy life.* You can effectively combat stress in just minutes a day by relaxing in hot water with helpful massaging JetPaks.
Your body and mind need this…
Manage Stress to Improve Your Health
The American Heart Association warns about the negative affects that stress can have on your heart and the way that can make you feel. One of the recommendations for stress relief is to take 15 to 20 minutes a day to sit quietly, breathe deeply, and think of a peaceful picture. What better place to do this than in your spa? During quiet spa time your blood vessels tend to relax, making it easier for your heart to pump with less effort, improving blood flow and circulation.
In your Bullfrog Spa you get the perfect combination of heated water, weightless buoyancy, mood lighting, aroma therapy, and soothing jets that massage your stress away. Stress relief begins in mere seconds when you slide into your hottub. When you own a Bullfrog Spa you wonder how you ever lived without hydrotherapy and a little quiet time each day.
Help your heart and mind…
*See links below for more information about how Bullfrog Spas can help you cope with stress. If you have a serious health condition, please consult your physician on how to properly use hot water therapy.
- American Heart Associtation
- Association of Pool and Spa Professionals
- Keegan, L. (2003). Alternative and complementary modalities for managing stress and anxiety. Critical Care Nurse, 23, 55-58.