Taking a hot bath before bedtime has long been a remedy for insomnia. The heat seeps into your bones, and you can forget the world while you drift off. How much better does this sound in a hot tub with massaging jets?
How Your Spa Helps Eradicate Insomnia
According to Health.com, your body temperature falls in the evening, reaching its lowest point at about 4 a.m., based on a study done by New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. When you soak in hot water, the sudden cool off when you get out relaxes your body.
Joyce Walsleben, Ph.D., associate professor at New York University School of Medicine recommends you soak in hot water for about 20 minutes two hours before you want to fall asleep.
All About the Jets
Soaking in your spa every night is not just a treat, it could be the solution you needed to get enough sleep. Turn on the jets to massage your body and relieve any remaining tension from the day. Once your body is relaxed, makes it relatively easy to fall asleep quickly and to sleep longer.
Other Tips for Better Sleep
A few additional tips to help you sleep better include:
- Avoiding caffeine before bed
- Turning down your bedroom temperature
- Creating a silent environment
- Having a consistent bedtime
Choosing Unique Spa, Pools, and Billiards ensures you get the highest quality spa or pool at the best possible price. Our more than 30 years of experience enables us to provide you with a spa suitable for your needs, even if it’s just to help you fall asleep. Contact us today at (407) 296-6776 to speak to a spa expert about the benefits of a spa and what model suits your needs.