Correlation Between Hot Tubs and Blood Pressure
We all l know that diet and exercise influence our health, including our blood pressure. And now there is another contender to our overall health to add to the list,
soaking in a hot tub. I know not another thing to have to worry about when it comes to our health. Don’t worry this one is easy and fun for you to enjoy and the added positive is there is no where to go other than stepping out into your own backyard. It might be thought that sitting in hot water would increase your blood pressure, but studies have found that the opposite is true. After just 10 minutes of soaking in a hot tub, your blood vessels will dilate causing your blood pressure to lower according to Dr. Adolph Hutter, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Soaking in a hot tub increases your heart rate causing you to sweat, this opens our pores and releases toxins, the body reacts the same as if you went walking, jogging, or cycling. When you combine moderate exercise with soaking in your hot tub on a regular basis, your health and wellness improve.
The stress in your life has an impact on your health and what better way to combat stress than soaking in a hot tub. If you have loved ones join you, the interaction with the people who matter most to you get a chance to go beyond sending a text message. Soak in your hot tub today and every day to enjoy better health and relaxation.