How can a hot tub affect your lower back pain?

According to NHS statistics, back pain is the largest single cause of disability in the UK. Lower back pain alone accounts for around 11% of this. If you regularly suffer from lower back pain, whether as a result of a chronic condition or due to lifestyle choices such as working at a desk, there are steps you can take to help yourself. In particular, a hot tub can have a positive impact when it comes to reducing daily discomfort and helping to pave the way for recovery.

What causes lower back pain?

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Our top enclosures for all seasons

If you’re investing in a hot tub then the chances are that you’re likely to want to make the most of it as often as you can. The weather than be problematic when it comes to enjoying your hot tub. From burning hot sun through to freezing cold temperatures, there are lots of conditions in which you may just not be able to get in the hot tub as much as you’d like. A hot tub enclosure is a simple solution to this that can transform your hot tub space into an area for all seasons.

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Can a hot tub help deal with anxiety?

Anxiety is very common today. Worldwide, around 40% of disability is due to anxiety and depression. It’s a condition that many of us live with day to day and it can affect everything, from work to personal relationships. There are many ways in which you can deal with anxiety – a hot tub at home can provide some essential relief.

The soothing impact of a hot tub soak