A Beachcomber Hot Tub is easy to buy, install and operate. And it costs less than you might imagine. It's like a home appliance - designed to provide a lifetime of comfort, for pennies a day. And you can take it with you when you move. All you need for a Beachcomber at your home is a level spot, water from a garden hose and electricity.
Therapy for your Aches and Pains
The simple act of immersing yourself in hot water sets in motion a wonderful chain of events that underscores just how closely our health and well-being is attuned to water. In hot water, your circulation adjusts to create a slight increase in blood pressure and blood rushes to the skin, where it's further warmed. The blood vessels expand and the pressure drops back down. The warmed blood penetrates deeper into the tissue below the skin, bringing more oxygen. As more vessels expand, you notice a soothing sensation. Your muscles start to relax and your body becomes more efficient at cleansing carbon dioxide from muscles. Your immune system kicks in, increasing antibody production; endorphins - the body's natural painkillers are released, melting away aches and pains.
Add to this the therapeutic stimulation of a Beachcomber Hot Tub’s high-pressure jet nozzles pulsing hot water onto your sore muscles and joints. The massaging action on soft tissue blocks pain input by acting as a counter-irritant on nerve endings. Clustered jets massage specific groups of muscles simultaneously - such as the neck, shoulders, back or feet. And you can direct jets to deliver water streams in a vigorous moving pattern to provide progressive relaxation of specific muscle groups. You can also use specialized massage inserts to put just the right amount of motion and pressure on specific areas, just as a massage varies muscle manipulation for maximum effect.