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Hot Tub Health Benefits for the New Year

Have you made a New Year’s resolution? Typically, it seems the resolutions I hear most revolve around weight loss, tighter finances, less work and more family fun. In a recent study, results found that the top New Year’s resolutions reveal a focus on quality of life as opposed to a focus on money. Here are the survey results in order of popularity (conducted by TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation): 2011 Top New Year’s Resolutions:
  • Relax/Reduce stress
  • Have more fun
  • Save more money
Interestingly enough, two years prior, the same study results found the opposite to be true, as “save more money” was the top resolution, followed by “relax/reduce stress.” This year, nearly two-thirds of survey respondents said they are less likely to make resolutions about their personal finances; health and well-being are simply more important as they look to the future. READ MORE >


Improve Sleep With a Hot Tub, Music and a Book


Sleep Benefits of Hot Tubs and Other Hidden Factors

According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 70 million people in the United States are affected by sleep problems. A poll released by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) found that 43% of women surveyed say that daytime sleepiness interferes with their daily activities. How much do you know about getting a good night’s rest? Take the below quiz to test your knowledge:
  1. Snoring is a common problem, especially among men, but it isn’t harmful. (True / False) False. Snoring can be a symptom of a sleep apnea, especially if it is accompanied by severe daytime sleepiness. Sleep apnea is characterized by pauses in breathing that prevent air from flowing into or out of a sleeping person’s airways. People with sleep apnea awaken frequently during the night gasping for breath. READ MORE >

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