April 19, 2014 · Home & Garden
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Portland OR Dealer Selling Hot Tubs for Sale on Craigslist Publishes Stress Tips
New, Used Hot Tubs, Swim Spas Dealer in Portland, OR Participates in Stress Awareness Month. Publishes Tips and Offers Free Hottub Test Soaks to Portland, OR Residents.
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(prREACH) Oregon Hot Tub, a 5-store hot tub, swim spas and saunas dealer in Portland Oregon publishes stress relief tips to help promote Stress Awareness Month.
“Too often, it seems, people tend to ignore stress, because there is simply no avoiding it,” said Sue Rogers, CEO of Oregon Hot Tub. “From bad drivers, difficult bosses, piles of school work, peer pressure, bills and family life it’s hard to avoid stress,” continued Rogers. But, there are ways people can get around stress. Here are three steps to help lower stress.
Eliminate Negative Stress Relief – Some of the things people do to relieve stress actually increases stress on the body. Smoking elevates heart rates, overeating, watching too much television or sleeping too much can cause weight problems that put stress on the heart and body. Sleeping too much can even be dangerous in more serious ways.
No one ever thinks that sleeping can be bad for them, but too much is a sign of heart disease and diabetes. It is also an outward sign of depression which is heavily linked to stress. Instead of trying to escape stress with things that can be harmful, look for positive ways to feel better. Exercise is a great stress reliever that is healthy too. The Mayo Clinic explains how exercise helps relieve stress saying that it releases endorphins (the body’s feel good hormones).
Take Control – Many things that cause stress in people’s lives can be controlled to reduce the effects they have. If things are bad at work, instead of simply ignoring the problem, confront it and talk to the people who can make changes to improve the situation. Not all problems are easily solved, but the more people work at them, and take little steps to reduce them, the better life will be.
Soak in a Hot Tub for Stress Relief – When things just don’t seem to be working out, nothing beats a good long soak. Portland hot tubs are the ultimate soaking situation. The water is always the perfect temperature and remains just right for as long as needed. The powerful jets can be positioned to hit just the right spots where stress has created tense muscles and best of all, a hot tub makes a home feel like a luxury vacation spot where the whole family can get away to at the end of the day.
Installing a hot tub doesn’t take long at all, and in most cases it can be used the very same day it arrives. Picking the right size is important. Keep in mind the number of people in the family that are likely to be using the hot tub on a regular basis. The wide variety of shapes and sizes makes it possible to get just the right size for the people in the home as well as the space available.
“To show local residents the advantages of owning their own hot tub, swim spa or sauna, Oregon Hot Tub will be providing free hot tub and swim spa test soaks for the entire month. We do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute wet test call us ahead of time to reserve their spot,” said Sue.
About Oregon Hot Tub
Oregon Hot Tub is Oregon’s largest and most established hot tub company—the #1 selling hot tub company in Portland since 1979. Only the most innovative and best-in-market products are featured at the company’s five convenient locations. Oregon Hot Tub carries the #1 selling portable hot tub in the world, Hot Spring® Spas. Hot Spring Spas are manufactured by Watkins Manufacturing Corporation, a division of Masco Corp (NYSE: MAS) a Fortune 500 company. http://masco.com
To learn more, pick up a copy of their free report “5 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Invest in a Hot Tub or Spa”. Just give them a call at 503-533-5603 or go to http://www.OregonHotTub.com/specials
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“Too often, it seems, people tend to ignore stress, because there is simply no avoiding it. From bad drivers, difficult bosses, piles of school work, peer pressure, bills and family life it’s hard to avoid stress,”
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