Monday, October 4, 2010
New research: Hot Tubs Improve Overall Health and Wellness, part 7 of 7
Recent studies by the National Aquatics and Sports Medicine Institute offers a look at the enormous potential for improving the health and wellness by water-therapy, especially hot water immersion as hot tub therapy.
For some time and there is evidence suggested that it was good to bathe in hot water. Science proves now, in fact, that hot water immersion enhances the function of the autonomic nervous system leads to less stress and a greater sense of balance and overall well being.
Water also has a significant positive impact on our hearts and traffic. It improves the blood flow to the muscles reduces pain and speed healing. Hot water alleviates the symptoms of diabetes, lowers blood pressure and may even make you smarter by increasing the circulation of the brain and function.
They finally get to the bottom of why hot water makes us feel so good.Current studies in water therapy will definitely more valuable information about the health benefits of hot water. For now, it seems that if you don't take some time to relax in a warm bath spend that you are probably missing out on your chance for better health.
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