Hydrotherapy is healing waters
Your spa will relieve tension, aches, and pains. Nerves are likely to benefit from socking and being massaged. Muscles, ligaments, tendons, soft tissue, and sensitive nerves are likely to benefit. Arthritis, inflamed joints, and tension headaches are also symptoms which will benefit from your dip in the spa.
Your body’s natural buoyancy begins the restoration process. If you’re in water, your muscles, tendons, and joints are allowed to relax because they don’t have to work as hard at holding you together and assisting you in standing up or sitting down.
Sitting on a chair or sofa takes the load off many muscles you use to support yourself and produces a feeling of relaxation. Sitting in a spa has the same effect on your body. The spa adds the relaxing factors of your buoyancy and warm water flowing around you. People who have difficulty moving can move with ease in water.
There are at least four therapeutic elements at work in your spa to make you feel good. They are water, controlled temperature, variable intensity of water flow, and variable direction of water flow.
You can position your body and angle the jets to direct the water onto your aching body parts. This will relieve all of your aches and pains. You can adjust the temperature, as well.
By adjusting the pressure of the water coming out of the jets, you can find your own comfort level. When you’re satisfied, you can turn off the jets and simply bask in the peace of your spa. Only when you’re ready, step out and dry off. You will feel restored, warm, and glowing.