It’s springtime and you know what that means. Blooming flowers, April showers, and … aaaahhh choo… allergies. Yes, seasonal allergies are upon us and that means it’s time to break out your favorite allergy cures. From holistic teas and tinctures to over the counter pills, there are a plethora of ways to make your allergies more bearable. In fact, there may be a new method of easing symptoms. Come learn how your very own hot tub can help in more ways than one.
For many people, congestion is the worst part of seasonal allergies. A runny nose, coughing, and sneezing can make anyone miserable. Fortunately, a simple soak in your hot tub may help to alleviate your symptoms. The steam from a hot tub will help to loosen your congestion. It also opens your airways and sinuses, making it easier for you to breathe. A buildup of congestion leads to a painful amount of pressure in your face. This pressure can lead to headaches, making you even more miserable. Breaking up this congestion is a key component to feeling better when allergies have struck. The steam from your hot tub can help to facilitate this and reduce your congestion in just one soak.
Aches and Pains
Allergies can lead to lots of aches and pains. From pressure caused by congestion to debilitating headaches, allergies are just plain uncomfortable. Luckily, your hot tub can provide relief. Soaking regularly in your hot tub will help your body relax. A lot of the aches and pains suffered during allergy season are caused by tense muscles. The hot water and pressure of your hot tub jets helps to reduce this tension and relax your body. The hot water does this by dilating your blood vessels and increasing blood pressure, oxygenating your blood. No matter what is causing your pain, a hot tub can help to ease it.
When your head is stuffy and your face hurts, sleep is almost impossible. If you aren’t a fan of using over-the-counter medications, your hot tub may be able to help you out. Research has shown that regular soaks in a hot tub can help to improve your sleep. Hot tubs not only relax your body, which makes it easier to fall asleep, they also warm your body up. After you exit your hot tub, your body begins to cool down. This sends a message to your brain that it’s time to tuck in for the night. A drop in body temperature causes drowsiness after a hot tub soak — leading to better, deeper sleep.
Don’t suffer from allergies this spring! Hop into your hot tub and let the steam alleviate your congestion. Allow the hot water to soak deep into your muscles and let the relaxing experience lull you to an easier night’s sleep. Your hot tub can improve allergies in any season.
Are you living without one of our luxurious hot tubs? Don’t suffer from seasonal allergies a minute longer. Visit our website to learn more about the hot tubs we offer and talk to our experts via our contact form or by giving us a call. We can set you up a private appointment, or walk you through your options via a FaceTime consult. We’re happy to answer your questions and get you prepared to make the perfect hot tub purchase! Soon, those allergies will be fading into the distance and you’ll be relaxed and ready to take on the world.