Contrary to what one might think, the hot tub is not an early invention. Ancient civilizations used this kind of relaxation.
Ancient tubs were a pool filled with water heated by volcanic lava or rocks and were a social meeting place. Rich people had their servants blow air through some curved tubes into their hot tub.
A Jacuzzi is more than a luxurious accessory. Sitting in a Jacuzzi for a period of time has a number of benefits, both physical and mental.
Jacuzzi provides many health benefits:
Stress Reduction. The adjustable pressure in the jets of a jacuzzi provides a hydrotherapy massage for your muscles and joints that can range from gentle to a deep massage. That can help ease away stress. Soaking for 15 minutes in a jacuzzi can ease some stress and help you fall asleep faster.
Healing Arthritis. The warmth of the hot tub loosens joints and makes it easier for you to be more mobile, even if you suffer from arthritis.
Helps Injuries. Once the initial inflammation has subsided from an injury, the heat from a jacuzzi can speed healing by minimizing muscle tension and increasing joint mobility.
Reflexology. Reflexology uses specific foot jets in the jacuzzi to target pressure points, which minimize nervous tension through the touch of just one finger.