According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 70 million people in the United States are affected by sleep problems. A poll released by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) found that 43% of women surveyed say that daytime sleepiness interferes with their daily activities.
One way to ease into a deep, restful sleep: The Better Sleep Council recommends establishing a relaxing bedtime routine, such as soaking in hot water (a hot tub or bath) to help maintain a healthy sleep cycle. The gently massaging hot water of a Signature Spa is a natural place to establish a deeply relaxing, nighttime routine.
Relaxing in a Signature Spa can promote a good night’s sleep. Whether it’s difficulty falling asleep or episodes of waking up and being unable to easily go back to sleep during the night, you probably experience a less-than-good night’s sleep from time to time. When lack of sleep becomes a chronic problem, it can start to affect you in many ways.
Positive results for our bodies and our minds.
Improves circulation and speeds recovery in damaged tissue.
Reduces effects of pressure on joints and spine.
Relieves muscle tension and alleviates stress.
The healing benefits of hydrotherapy:
The healing benefits of hydrotherapy have been known to all of the world’s great cultures, with a history that dates back thousands of years.
Ancient Egyptians bathed in heated waters treated with flowers and herbs, while the Greeks believed that water therapy was essential to optimal health. In India, hydrotherapy was an essential ingredient to well-being, with treatment that included inhaling steam to optimize the respiratory system.
The Romans were famous for their hot spring baths, and developed architecturally magnificent healing centers built around the use of water for wellness. Much like today’s spas, the Roman baths included heated pools used in conjunction with steam treatments. Japan and Germany have historically used natural hot springs for hydrotherapy in an attempt to treat medical conditions, enhance beauty, and promote healthy aging.
In its modern form, hot tub hydrotherapy has been found to be effective in treating muscle pains and stiffness, inflammatory disease, and the symptoms of daily stress. Particularly effective are spa hydrotherapy treatments that combine the components of heated water, water massage, and reduction of pressure on sore joints by decreasing body weight through buoyancy.
Today, Signature Spas USA continues these centuries-old traditions by enhancing the restorative properties of water. Signature Spas USA’s hydrotherapy uses massage, heat and buoyancy to accelerate your body’s natural healing process, and promote physical and mental well-being.