Many studies have extolled the therapeutic benefits of hot tub use. For instance, some people who go for nightly hot tub soaks experience a subsequent drop in body temperature upon getting out of the water, which helps induce sleep. Meanwhile, arthritis suffers who regularly use hot tubs find relief from their symptoms as a result of the buoyancy provided by the water that takes away stress from the joints.
In addition, some studies purport that a daily 30-minute soak in the hot tub aids weight loss as the moving water reportedly provides muscle stimulation. Likewise, some fitness buffs find that alternating between a cold plunge and a hot tub (wherever available) assists muscle recovery during post-workout cool downs. As these examples show, Canadian-built hot tubs in Vancouver from reputable companies like H2O Spas indeed offer remarkable benefits.