Still Time To Save Thousands Of Dollars And Stay Healthy
There is still time to save thousands of dollars on great merchandise during our Annual Spring Good Life Auction at seizethedeal.com. We have over $63,000 in merchandise on the auction block.
One of the coolest things we have up for bid is an Excursion Hot Spring Hot Tub from Montana Hot Springs Spas.
I can tell you from experience that having a hot tub is not only fun, but also therapeutic. When we first bought our house there was a hot tub included in the price.
We used that thing year around.
We would sit in the hot tub in the middle of winter with the snow coming down and watch TV.
Did I mention that we had a TV mounted under the eve of the house out of the weather so we could watch football while sitting in the hot tub and drinking wine. Good times.
On a more serious note, hot tubs have many positive health benefits too.
The heat and massage elements of a hot tub can provide a number of health benefits.
According to livingstrong.com here are five reasons you should have a hot tub.
#1 It’s said that people with nagging aches or pains, stiff muscles, circulation problems, headaches, sleep disturbances and some with chronic medical conditions like diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia (both which are not so commonly diagnosed) and arthritis. People with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome (both chronic conditions characterized by all-over body pain, aches or fatigue) can get pain relief from soaking in a hot tub or engaging in light stretches while in the water
#2 Hot tubs can relieve stress and improve sleep. Studies suggest that spending 15 minutes in a hot tub 90 minutes before bedtime can lead to an improved night’s sleep.
#3 The Arthritis Foundation notes that muscle relaxation, decreased pain and stiffness and increased ease of performing daily activities and exercises;
#4 Heat from hot tubs can cause the blood vessels to open up (called vasodilation), which decrease blood pressure. The heat and massage ease blood flow and improve circulation.
#5 Hot tub therapy involving up to 30 minutes a day, six days a week for at least three weeks is known to help individuals with type 2 diabetes lower their blood sugar, lose weight and improve their sleep patterns.
Do you have a hot tub?
Place your bid now during our Spring Good Life Auction, the bids will close Friday at 7:00pm.