InfoNovember 1, 2014 · Home & Garden
Swim Spas Phoenix, Hot Tubs Scottsdale Dealer Shares Tips For Emotional Wellness
Swim Spas Scottsdale Offering Hot Tubs and Swim Spas for Sale Publishes 3 Ways to Increase Emotional Wellness. Offers Free Test Soaks to Local ResidentsPress Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
Southwest Spas, the premier Dimension One Spas swim spas Phoenix dealer serving the Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona area selling new and used hot tubs and swim spas is participating in National Emotional Wellness Month.
“Emotional health is very important. It is more than just a mental state. A person’s emotional state can have an impact on their physical health as well,” said Melinda Dalacas, manager of Southwest Spas.
“People who are feeling stressed, depressed, anxious or angry should focus on the reasons behind those emotions and find ways to solve them,” continued Dalacas. Here are 3 ways to increase emotional wellness.
Decide to Be Happy – Deciding to be happy is a big step toward emotional health. Once people decide to be happy with themselves and their lives, it is just a matter of finding little things that will enhance their daily activities. Find a few minutes every day to relax, get up a few minutes earlier than everyone else in the house to start the day off peacefully or make plans to enjoy some time with friends. Scheduling fun things to do can be a great way to improve emotional well being.
Talk a Long Walk – Exercise in all forms is very helpful in boosting emotional wellness, which increases the production of dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is a pain relieving, feel good hormone. Even though all forms of exercise can give people that feeling of a dopamine “high,” just a simple walk is relaxing and invigorating all at the same time. It leaves people feeling happy while getting them out in the fresh air and into the sunlight. Both fresh air and sunlight are added bonuses in creating emotional wellness.
Soak Away the Tension and Stress – Relax in a hot tub to lift the spirits. There is a lot of research showing that time spent in a hot tub has physical benefits for people suffering from illnesses or injuries. However, the National Cancer Institute says that soaking in a hot tub helps reduce stress hormones. Adding a hot tub to the home is one of the best ways to enjoy the daily relaxation and tension relieving waters.
“To help local residents understand how portable spas, hot tubs and swim spas Phoenix can help improve overall health and well-being, Southwest Spas will provide free hot tub test soaks during the entire month,” commented Dalacas. “We want to encourage local residents to check out the benefits of a relaxing soak in the soothing waters of a hot tub for themselves.”
Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs or about the $500 Wellness package (Massage Certificate/Health and Beauty Items) with the purchase of hot tub or swim spa this month are encouraged to visit the company website at http://www.southwestspas.com/aquatic_fitness_systems
About Southwest Spas In 1983, Southwest Spas was founded as a family owned and operated business. Originally established as a pool, spa and patio supply company, the desire to help people in need of therapy, stress relief and family time motivated them to focus their efforts on spas. They pride themselves in providing the highest quality spa line in the industry along with exceptional customer service.
Southwest Spas has achieved elite status with Dimension 1 Spas along with multiple "Dealer of the Year" awards for sales and service. Their business is still owned and operated and sales are based mostly on referrals. They have changed thousands of people's lives by providing state of the art products that relieve pain, stress and bring friends and family together. They'd love for residents to be a part of their growing family.
To learn more, pick up a copy of their free report “First Time Spa Buyers Most Frequently Asked Questions.” Just go to http://www.SouthwestSpas.com or call 480-969-6224VideoLinksQuotesEmotional health is very important. It is more than just a mental state. A person’s emotional state can have an impact on their physical health as well.ImagesContact
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