Medical Spas™ Hydro Smart Heater™ is the industry leader in providing a full range of health benefits, including improved blood circulation throughout your body. With the assisted therapies in a Medical Spa™, your blood vessels will dilate, resulting in increased circulation and blood flow.
A well researched benefit of improved circulation from Medical Spa™ use is the relief of muscle soreness after a busy day along with muscle spasms, joint flexibility, damaged nerves and inflammation.* This important discovery helps all people find relief with a faster recovery process after workouts and activities.
According to Bruce Becker, M.D., immersing yourself in water in general up to your neck gives you a cardiac workout.* Thomas Allison, M.P.H., PhD did a study that shows that sitting in a spa bath can lower your blood pressure.* This is great for those who are at risk for heart disease or suffer from hypertension.
Other benefits of healthy blood circulation are related to how your organs function and how healthy your skin look and feels.* Many diseases like diabetes and obesity can cause poor circulation throughout your body so it’s important to be aware of the risks and health concerns along with helpful tools to counteract poor circulation, like a Medical Spa™.*
Medical Spas™ are more than just spas. They were designed to help heal your body. Because of all the doctors that came together to help make Medical Spas™ possible, and the over 100+ years of combined experience they all provided, there are lots of medical benefits you will receive by using it daily.
Because Medical Spas™ are based purely on documented studies; we have included the appropriate studies below with links for further research and verification.
*"Systemic Circulation - National Library of Medicine - PubMed Health." National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, n.d. Web.
*"The Health Effects of Overweight and Obesity." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 05 June 2015. Web.
*"The Heart and Circulation of Blood." The Circulatory System. University of Colorado, n.d. Web.
*"Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors." Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors, World Heart Foundation, n.d. Web.
* Myers, Jonathan. "Exercise and Cardiovascular Health." Circulation. American Heart Association, Inc., 07 Jan. 2003. Web.