The best times to use your hot tub

Let’s get real. There’s no wrong time to soak in a hot tub. But there are times in your life when you might get more benefit from it than you typically would. Those are the times when your investment really pays off.

Use your hot tub when you’re hurting.

If your muscles are sore, soaking in your hot tub can provide relief. The heat therapy works wonders for muscle aches and tension. Spending 20-30 minutes in the warm water and using the jets to target pain in your shoulders, legs, back, feet and neck can really help you feel better.

Use your hot tub when you’re stressed.

Taking quiet time to focus on yourself is key to coping with stress – and there’s no better place to do it than your hot tub. Add candles and your favorite music and you’ll quickly start to feel calmer. But it’s not just about participating in a favorite activity – soaking in your hot tub can actually lower your blood pressure, helping you feel calmer.

Been on your feet all day? Use your hot tub!

Whether you’ve been working, hiking or something in between, being on your feet all day can make your feet, legs, and back ache. But spending some time in your spa will help you feel better!

Use your hot tub in the rain.

Really! Well, as long as it’s not lightning. Soaking in the rain can be a truly relaxing, enjoyable experience. You’ll probably want a hat to keep your head dry and the rain out of your eyes if your hot tub is not under a roof of some sort, but otherwise – go for it!

Your hot tub was an investment in your health and wellness. So be sure to get the most out of it every single day. You won’t regret it.