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14 Sep 2022

5 WAYS A HOT TUB CAN IMPROVE YOUR AUTUMN

There are a number of ways in which Autumn can be a great time of year to enjoy your hot tub. In fact, here at Back garden bubbles, we think that Autumn is one of the most enjoyable times of year to relax and embrace the benefits of your hot tub. Find out why we think this season of cooler days and darker nights is a time where you should be enjoying your spa and not thinking about packing it away.

USING A HOT TUB WHEN IT IS COLD OUTSIDE

Although the ambient air temperature may be cooler, this makes climbing into bubbling warm water all that more enjoyable and satisfying. With a Lay‑Z‑Spa’s rapid heating system’s ability to bring the spa’s water up to a toasty 40°C, entering a spa in the crisp and tranquil air of an autumn morning or evening gives you a feeling of revitalisation that only a hot tub in the outside air can give you.

SPEND MORE TIME OUTDOORS

A spa situated outdoors is a great way to stay in touch with nature and experience fresh air when you may otherwise be lounging inside your home. If you’ve been stuck indoors all day as part of your job or want an excuse to go outside, a hot tub is a great place to be. It has even been suggested in leading studies that nature gives your brain a break from everyday overstimulation which can have a restorative effect on your attention levels. Being outdoors can even strengthen your immunity, which may help when fighting off those colds going around the office!

WATCH THE STARS FROM YOUR HOT TUB

As well as the ability to breathe in fresh air, the darker and longer nights of autumn make for some spectacular scenery when it comes to moonlit skies and interstellar displays. Is there anything better than watching a meteor shower or November 5th’s fireworks whilst massaged by your Hot tub!?

HOT TUB HEALTH BENEFITS

By continuing to enjoy your spa in Autumn you will still benefit from the range of health advantages. Hydrotherapy is one of the many benefits of a spa. Prescribed for Arthritis, stress, headaches, diabetes, muscle and joint injuries and many more conditions a spa’s heated water and massage jets help to relax the body and improve circulation, encouraging recovery. Some customers have even contacted us to tell us how their hot tub has helped them to enjoy a more fulfilling life by helping to manage their Fibromyalgia and Degenerative Disc Disease symptoms as well as their Multiple Sclerosis. Not only is a spa great for aiding recovery it can also be a great catalyst for getting a great night sleep by increasing the body’s temperature and signalling to your brain that it is almost time for bed.

AUTUMN SOCIAL GATHERINGS

With the nights drawing in and many social gatherings now moving to indoor venues, a hot tub is a great alternative to mix things up a bit. A night with the girls or guys can start from the comfort of your hot tub and doesn’t just have to resign to an indoor venue.

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