InfoSeptember 29, 2016 · Home & Garden
Used Hot Tubs Denver, a Hot Spring Spas Dealer Supports Healthy Aging Month
Denver Used Hot Tubs and Swim Spas Dealer, International Hot Tub Shares 3 Ways to Live Healthier While Getting Older. Offers Local Residents Free Hot Tub and Swim Spa Test Soaks.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
International Hot Tubs and Fireplaces selling hot tubs, swim spas, massage chairs and fireplaces serving Denver, Boulder and Highlands Ranch shares, “3 Ways to Live Healthier While Getting Older.”
Rich Hiner of International Hot Tub says, “With age, there are often physical restrictions that can make it difficult to maintain or improve health.”
Here are three ways to live healthier while getting older.
Improve Well-Being with a Denver Hot Tub – Adding a hot tub to the home, whether it is a smaller portable spa or an 8-person model with entertainment options is an easy way to improve health with age. They are easy to install, have very few requirements for hookups and maintenance, and take up very little space. Hot tubs provide excellent hydrotherapy benefits to relieve aches and pains that are often associated with getting older, as well as relieving joint pain from Osteoarthritis.
Soaking for 30 minutes a day in a hot tub can help improve cardio health, lower blood pressure and reduce stress. Studies by the Mayo Clinic, and articles by prestigious websites such as SteadyHealth.com show that just a few minutes can decrease sugar levels in patients with type II diabetes. In addition, the National Sleep Foundation states that soaking in hot water before bed helps people fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
Work with the Aging Body Instead of Against It – People get a lot further when they work with their bodies rather than fighting the impact of aging. Despite a rigorous fitness routine, muscle mass changes, and cardio health is more at risk. Seniors can also experience issues with balance and coordination. Safety should always be priority one when deciding on activities.
Seniors who have been active throughout their life have an easier time staying active as they age. However, be realistic with realistic expectations. Avoid workouts that require high levels of balance, or require sharp reflexes. Start out with walking every day, and increase the distance slowly over time.
Exercise the Mind – There is much emphasis placed on physical health with seniors. While the body is certain to show evidence of breaking down, the mind suffers just as much from aging. Exercises aimed at keeping mentally fit are an important part of staying healthy during senior years. Daily word games, and mentally challenging activities can have a major impact.
“In an effort to help educate the public on how hot tubs and hot water hydrotherapy can help improve overall health and well-being, IHT will provide free hot tub test soaks at all of their locations during the entire month,” said Jill Seng, marketing manager. They do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute test soak call them ahead of time to reserve their spot.
Consumers wanting to find the location nearest them are encouraged to visit the company website for more information. The website address is http://ihtspas.com.
About International Hot Tub Company Since 1978, IHT - International Hot Tub Company has been providing the Finest Products and service available in the Hot Tub, Spa and Fireplace Industries. They offer Hot Tubs including Hot Spring, Caldera, Limelight, Hot Spot, FreeFlow and Nordic. They also feature used hot tubs and the used list changes daily. IHT carries many other fine home products in our showrooms, including Exercise Swim Spas by Endless Pools, Fireplaces, Stoves & Inserts by Kozy Heat, Napoleon & Vermont Castings, custom Saunas and Steamrooms, Gas and Charcoal BBQ Grills by Weber and The Big Green EGG, Massage Chairs by Infinity, and Gazebos by Sequoia Works.
To pick up a copy of their free hot tub buying guide, 7 Secrets to Selecting the Right Hot Tub Dealer call 303-296-7727 or go to http://ihtspas.com.VideoLinksQuotesWith age, there are often physical restrictions that can make it difficult to maintain or improve health.ImagesContact
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