It’s no secret many Americans struggle with sleeping problems, but most people don’t know what to do to get a more restful night of sleep. According to a recent poll by the NSF, approximately 132 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders more than one a night a week. This number is rising! The growing number of sleep disorder centers across the nation (approximately 3,000 in the U.S. today) is proof that more people are sleepless and want to do something about it. If you’re sick of waking up in the morning feeling groggy and still tired, consider buying an American Spa.
Sleep researchers believe that many cases of insomnia can be traced to our hectic, stressful lifestyles. Even though you may enjoy perfect health, sleep deprivation can soon lead to a variety of ailments. The results of sleep deprivation are varied and can include battered nerves, grogginess, lapses in memory, depression, and even erratic mood swings. Rather than reaching for over-the-counter sleeping aids, prescription drugs or giving in to insomnia, the first thing to do is relax in a hot tub before bedtime.
These are the benefits of relaxing in an American Spa before bed will do for you:
- Relaxes Your Mind: Sitting in warm water can help you relax mentally. After a stressful day at work, running the kids around, and preparing dinner, your mind and body need a break. Sitting in a spa sends calming messages to the brain, resulting in decreased stress levels.
- Decompresses Joints: If you’re one of the many people who suffer from sore joints, relaxing in an American Spa before bed can put your body at ease. (Think low gravity environment.) The buoyancy of the warm water helps to decompress joints, allowing you to go to bed more comfortably.
- Improves Circulation: Soaking in warm water increases circulation in the body (up to 120%), which can help reduce stress and lower your blood pressure. Additionally, better circulation can also slow your heart rate down, preparing you for sleep.
- Increases Body Temperature: Soaking in warm water will increase your body temperature, which can actually be a good thing before bed. Once you crawl into bed, however, your body temperature will start to drop, which tells your body it’s time to sleep.
- Aromatherapy: In addition to just soaking in warm water, you can add essential oils or MPS scents to your hot tub that offer soothing effects. Chamomile, lavender, jasmine, and vanilla are all calming scents that can help your mind and body relax and unwind, promoting a better night’s rest. For Spa Compatible Aromatherapy Visit Quick Spa Parts they have a great selection of hot tub bombs.
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