“With age, there are often physical restrictions that can make it difficult to maintain or improve health,” says Rich Hiner of International Hot Tub.
Here are three ways to live healthier while getting older.
Improve Well-Being with a Denver Hot Tub – Adding a hot tub to the home, whether it’s a smaller portable spa or an 8-person model with entertainment options is an easy way to increase health with age. Easy to install and maintain, a hot tub requires little space while providing excellent hydrotherapy benefits to relieve aches and pains that are often associated with age. Soaking for 30 minutes a day can improve cardio health, lower blood pressure and reduce stress.
Work with the Aging Body Instead of Against It – Despite a rigorous fitness routine, muscle mass changes with age, putting cardio health more at risk. Elderly people can also experience issues with balance and coordination and safety should always be priority one when choosing physical activities. Avoid workouts that require high levels of balance or sharp reflexes. Start out slow, increasing activity gradually, over time.
Exercise the Mind – While an aging body is certain to show evidence of wear and tear, the mind suffers just as much from aging. Exercises aimed at working mental fitness are an important part of staying healthy during senior years. Daily word games, and mentally challenging activities can have a major impact.
Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs and how they can help improve their overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of their free hot tub buying guide, “7 Secrets to Selecting the Right Hot Tub Dealer.” Just call ☎ 303-296-7727 or visit
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