Stress and Anxiety have become a normal part of everyday life. In Merriam-Webster’s definition of stress, they give a few examples of people suffering from stress. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stress
Examples of stress:
1. She uses meditation as a way of reducing stress.
3. She is dealing with the stresses of working full-time and going to school.
A study conducted by the Journal of Physiological Anthropological Applied Human Science found that soaking in hot water before bedtime helped participants fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. (Not many studies have been done on the relation of body core temperature to the relationship of sleep, but this could be one of the reasons that hot tubs help with insomnia.) It has been found that cold room temperatures (under 60 degrees Fahrenheit) can lead to restlessness in sleep.
Healing insomnia through a hot tub could be caused by: body core temperature raised, or the relaxation that comes from use of a hot tub. What do you think? Either way, it has been tested and proven by many people that a hot tub will help relieve insomnia and stress, therefore stopping the anxiety cycle in its tracks. Try it out for yourself!
For more information on the healing of anxiety and insomnia through use of a hot tub – visit our factory showroom. Be sure to speak with your doctor about the using a hot tub for insomnia/anxiety relief, to see if it is the right fit for your lifestyle.