Nothing is as debilitating as a throbbing headache accompanied by sinus pain and congestion. And when winter weather and illness rear their ugly head, over the counter medication seldom brings the relief you need.
While it may be a little early to start putting the space heaters away, it’s certainly not too soon to start contemplating spring. It’s been a long, cold winter for many of us and we’re ready for some sunshine, good times, and fun.
It used to be that sayings like “The early bird gets the worm” and “Snooze, you lose” kept us motivated and convinced that the more work hours we logged, the better off we would be.
We’ve all seen hot tubs, in fact most of us have actually used one, but the idea of having a hot tub at home isn’t something you gave much thought to and you’re not alone, because most people think owning a hot tub is hard. With high maintenance and expensive operational costs, it’s a luxury that’s reserved for the wealthiest of people, right? Not exactly.
Most people believe there is a definite link between the head, the body and the spirit. In fact research confirms that when one area is weak, all three suffer. So how do we keep our mind in the game while at the same time improving health and feeling good? Easy. Use a hot tub. Here [...]
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of enjoying a soothing dip in a hot tub with snowflakes coming down, you’ll understand why so many people enjoy them as year round investments.
Maybe you’re considering purchasing a hot tub for your home, but you’re unsure it’s the best decision. After all, there are plenty of stories out there from people who have had less than stellar experiences.
There are few devices that help people get fit, feel better and revive them all at the same time. The hot tub is a great all-around tool for improving function, relieving pain and increasing a sense of well-being.
With hectic work schedules and even busier personal lives, many of us simply don’t get the proper amount of sleep to feel our best every day. In fact, studies suggest that as much as 60 percent of the adult population has difficulty getting to sleep and staying asleep at least once a week.
Maybe you have a friend who has a hot tub and you’ve been thinking lately about how adding one to your home might be fun. But do you really need a hot tub? After all, aren’t they only for people with muscle and joint pain, or athletes who need injury relief?