For over 20 years, Tucson Hot Tubs has been the highest rated Hot Tub Dealership in Southern AZ.
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Tucson Hot Tubs is the #1 ranked Hot Tub dealership on Yelp, Google and Facebook.
Voted Best Hot Tub Dealership 2022 by the Arizona Star, they carry a full line of Cal Spas and Artesian Spas and hot tubs. Tucson Hot Tubs provides sales, service and repair for all of Southern Arizona residents.
Open Tuesdays - Saturdays and located at 2704 E. 22nd St. (Between Tucson Blvd. and Country Club)
5 potential benefits of soaking in a hot tub.
One of the most obvious benefits of a hot tub is the potential to help ease the tensions of the day. The soothing effect of the warm water and massaging action may help relieve physical, emotional, and mental stress.
The hot water and massaging action of the hot tub jets can be an effective way to help relax and soothe tight, tense muscles. This can help ease aches and pains. A hot tub soak before exercising may also reduce the risk of injury.
According to research, the simple relaxation gained from a soak in the hot tub may be enough to help you drift off into a more peaceful sleep. The study was small and subjective but found that hot baths promoted significantly deeper and more restful sleep.
Soaking in a hot tub may relieve some types of pain by relaxing tense muscles, joints, and tendons. If you have arthritis, the heat and massaging action may help ease the stiffness and inflammation that cause pain.
Relaxing in a hot tub can raise your heart rate and lower your blood pressure. Research suggests that passive heat therapy may help reduce cardiovascular risk and mortality, especially among those with limited ability to exercise.