See Why A Hydrotherapy Bathtub Can Be Blissful

The average adult’s body is made up of approximately 65% water. It makes sense that soaking in water would feel so good to so many people. Ancient cultures from Europe, Japan and China began using water for medical therapy centuries ago. Many people around the world continue to enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy today. Healing with water is one of the earliest, safest and least expensive methods of treating many ordinary ailments. Hydrotherapy is particularly popular in Europe, and the many health facilities there that feature the therapy testify to its reputation for healing properties. North American naturopathic doctors frequently recommend self-care with hydrotherapy.

You Can Get Hydrotherapy In Your Home

It is no longer necessary to visit spas or other facilities to receive the benefits of hydrotherapy. People can practice water healing in their own homes by using a walk in jetted tub. Aging Safely provides several different types of hydrotherapy walk in tubs to choose from. Whirlpool-style, jetted tubs are similar to hot tubs with jets that force water out of them. See stats on knee pain and osteoarthritis.

Most of our elderly tubs have dual-jetting options. The warm-air hydrotherapy step in tubs have dampened jet ports that gently massage with warm air bubbles. Imagine taking a bath with tiny effervescent bubbles massaging your entire body. Seniors and those with health conditions appreciate the gentle water action produced by the dampened ports. Because the softer motion is less likely to cause bruising. In addition, the bathwater does not go through an air hydrotherapy system, which helps to make the system more hygienic. Get started now.

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All Natural Hydrotherapy Treatments

Hydrotherapy consists of using water to treat pain and reduce inflammation, as well as to potentially rejuvenate, sustain and restore health. It provides a natural method of dealing with injury, pain or disease without medication. Those who suffer from backaches, sciatica, arthritis, diabetes, lumbago, high blood pressure, poor blood circulation and other conditions may find relief for their symptoms by using hydrotherapy walk in bathtubs. Even people who do not have health problems enjoy hydrotherapy because hot water can help prevent stiffness and relieve fatigue. A warm bath can sooth nerves and help people with urinary and bladder problems, low fevers and mild colds.


What Does Hydrotherapy Do?

Hydrotherapy has thermal and mechanical effects that may provide healing qualities. The heat and pressure of the water stimulate a natural reaction in the body, and nerves that feel impulses on the skin transfer them deep inside the body where the impulses can help produce stress hormones, stimulate the immune system, aid with digestion, blood flow, circulation and decrease sensitivity to pain.

Heat usually produces a quieting, soothing effect and slows internal organ activity while cold has the opposite effect and speeds internal activity, producing a stimulating and energizing effect. Cold also causes constriction of superficial blood vessels, and that narrowing forces the blood into the internal organs. Hot water causes dilation of blood vessels and helps remove wastes normally found in body tissues. People with muscle tension or stressful anxiety usually feel better after a hydrotherapy treatment or even a hot shower. Following the warm treatment with a brief, cold shower may help invigorate the senses.

Hydrotherapy Walk In Tubs

Immersing oneself in a hydrotherapy walk in bath tub can produce a type of weightlessness and relieve the body from gravity’s pull. The hydrostatic effect of water gently massages the body, and when water is in motion, it can stimulate the skin’s touch receptors to enhance blood circulation and relieve muscle tightness. Water healing may help maintain metabolic function as well. Hydrotherapy walk in tubs can be installed into residential homes and commercial facilities.

Hydrotherapy step in tubs may be helpful for people who want to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain. Additionally, those who have difficulty getting into or out of standard tubs can benefit from using walk in bathtubs. People with mobility problems may be able to maintain their independence and dignity longer. If you don’t want to soak, you can learn about roll in shower systems here.

Walk In Bathtubs With Dual Hydrotherapy Jetting

Our bodies are made of over 50% water! No wonder hydrotherapy feels so good! There are several studies out there that show numerous benefits to hydrotherapy. See if a dual jetted hydrotherapy walk in bathtub is right for you. Aging Safely offers free no obligation consultations to help you choose the best step in product for your needs.

An article on Rheumatology published in the Oxford Journals reports on a review of hydrotherapy’s effectiveness in treating fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS). The review concluded that hydrotherapy offers FMS patients short-term beneficial effects for pain. According to the American Cancer Society, hydrotherapy has proved to be helpful when used as physical therapy to help alleviate minor pain and aching as well as to help people relax. The society also reports that some people claim that warm water streams directed at various body parts help nervous disorders, headaches, multiple sclerosis and paralysis as well as gallbladder, lung and liver disease. Get a free consultation today!

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