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Hot Tubs are Perfect for Your NH Home

Although the hot, sticky temperatures may have you thinking the last thing you need is a hot tub, hear us out. Hot tubs are perfect year round, even in New England. They offer various health benefits, both physical and mental. At Seasonal Specialty Stores, we offer a variety of NH hot tubs that are perfect for your home.

Physical Benefits

Hydrotherapy – or warm water immersion – is a long-standing holistic approach to many ailments. Soaking in hot water on a daily basis can help relieve stress and tension in your muscles, making you feel overall more relaxed.

It has been proven that hydrotherapy aids in the healing of injuries and can reduce pain from arthritis. This is due to the decrease in tension, making bones and muscles feel less stiff. Some say the tension release is from an increased buoyancy, so there isn’t as much stress on your muscles and joints from your body weight. Additionally, hot water increases body temperature, which increases blood flow and can improve circulation.

You can, however, have too much of a good thing. Be sure not to spend too much time in your NH hot tub. Experts recommend limiting your time to 10 or 15 minutes, but you should get out sooner if you start to feel dizzy.

Mental Benefits

When you feel better physically, you’ll feel better mentally, and vice versa. Adding a hot tub to your backyard is the perfect way to unwind after a stressful workday or a hard workout at the gym. The warm water relieves stress and muscle tension, making you feel more relaxed. Additionally, the spa-like experience can transport you to an even more calm state of mind. Many users use this time to unwind and slow down their thoughts.

More relaxed muscles and a calm mind can aid in a better night’s sleep. If you could make one purchase that will help you feel better physically, mentally, and sleep more soundly, why wouldn’t you? Our NH hot tubs are perfect for use year-round, so stop by our store in Amherst, NH!