✅ What is a Jacuzzi?
↪ Jacuzzi is a hot tub with a water temperature of 25-40 degrees. The principle of operation is the supply of water flows under pressure, as a result of which we get a massage effect of certain parts of the body.
✅ What are the benefits of a Jacuzzi?
↪ "An hourly hot tub can help: reduce the risk of heart attack, improve blood sugar control, lower blood pressure, burn 140 calories, protect you from disease and infection. Here are 7 key benefits of a hot tub: 1. Relieving stress; 2. Muscle relaxation; 3. Improving sleep; 4. Anesthesia of muscles, joints, tendons; 5. Positive impact on the health of the cardiovascular system; 6. Improving insulin sensitivity; 7. Burning calories. "
✅ How to take a Jacuzzi?
↪ """Avoid very hot water. Make sure the water is not too hot, with an absolute maximum of 104 ° F (40 ° C). Hot baths make you sweat, causing dehydration, so drink plenty of water, but avoid drinking alcohol before or while taking the jacuzzi. Limit the time spent in the bath. Don't linger too long, especially if you're not used to it. At the maximum temperature, set the limit for 10-15 minutes. You can stay indoors longer at a lower temperature, if you are used to it. Signs that you need to leave immediately include: dizziness, vertigo; nausea; redness of the skin; dyspnea; After the jacuzzi, take a shower. When finished, remove the swimsuit and wash it with warm soapy water. Do not immediately switch from a hot bath to ice water, as this may increase blood pressure. """
✅ What are the contraindications?
↪ """Jacuzzi should be avoided if: Heart disease. Soaking in a hot bath can affect your heart rate and blood pressure. This may be helpful for some people with cardiovascular problems, but dangerous for others. It is better to consult a doctor. Pregnancy. It is easy to overheat during pregnancy, which can be harmful to you and your baby. You can also avoid a hot bath if you have: Skin injuries. Wait for cuts, open sores, or rashes to heal to reduce the risk of irritation and infection. Low blood pressure. If you are prone to dizziness or fainting, you should probably avoid a hot bath, as it can further lower your blood pressure. Urinary tract infection (UTI). Exposure to hot water during IBS can make your symptoms worse."