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Why You Should Buy an Outdoor Spa for Sale in Sydney this Winter

Spending time in an outdoor spa for sale in Sydney in winter might seem counterintuitive, but it could be one of the best purchases you ever make! Spas are an excellent investment in self-care for a number of reasons including improving health and aiding relaxation. They can also help you beat the winter blues! Read on to find out more about why buying an outdoor spa for sale in Sydney should be on the top of your winter agenda.

The Perfect Winter Weekend

Not only are spas perfect for chilling out in the summer, nothing makes a lazy winter Sunday afternoon better than easing tired and aching muscles into a warm, bubbling hot tub. Make your tub treat even better with some hot chocolate or a (plastic) glass of something you love and ensure you have a warm and fluffy robe and slippers to keep you snug when you hop out.

Whether you spa solo, with friends, family or your other half, this is a weekend treat that’s hard to beat! Best of all, choosing any of our outdoor spas for sale turns your home into a luxurious retreat, anytime you like. To find out more about Aqua Pulse’s outdoor spas for sale priced from $3999, contact us today.

Keeping Warm in Winter

Next to a roaring fire, nothing warms up a body like a long soak in a hot tub. Defrost those toes and get your circulation going with regular soaks and you’ll feel a million dollars. Soaking in warm water before heading to bed or just after a hard day’s work can aid sleep and a general feeling of well-being. And, depending on your spa placement, an evening soak whilst looking up at the stars is kind of like being in paradise! Add the massage benefits of our spas and you can see why buying an outdoor spa in Sydney this winter is such a good idea. To talk to us about how you can buy a spa, and which one is perfect for you, please contact us. Many of our spas have “set and forget” heaters so that whenever you get home, your spa is the perfect temperature for you.

Fighting Flu and Winter Nasties

Whilst we’re obviously not suggesting that hot tubs can cure the common cold, they can certainly aid in relieving symptoms. Even the simple relaxing effects of spas have been shown to help relieve common cold and flu symptoms such as awful aching muscles and stuffy noses.

Spas can also help promote a good night’s sleep and as you know, sleep is what your body needs to rejuvenate and heal. But getting some quality sleep when your nose is runny and your body is achy, can be easier said than done, particularly if you have kids to take care of as well.

Soaking in your spa is naturally relaxing which can help reduce stress and promote better sleep. Your body responds to de-stressing in the spa in the same way that it would during meditation or other relaxing states, without the need to do anything other than soak…which to be honest is all most of us can manage when we’re sick! Additionally, once you get out of the water, your body temperature decreases which increases feelings of sleepiness. Just one relaxing soak in your hot tub can improve sleep and help your body recover faster. Just make sure you have something warm to wrap yourself in on the trip from spa to house, and make sure your home is nice and warm as well. (Obviously this is best done alone when the kids are tucked up in bed, but as that’s not always possible, ensure you have adhered to pool safety regulations for a safe and happy soak for all.)

Spas can also relieve those awful bodily aches and pains which are common symptoms of colds and flu. If you’re not a fan of cold and flu medicine or want to try a natural way to relieve your sore body then a soak and massage in your own hot tub is the way to go. The combination of heated water and jet massage can quickly increase circulation and relieve muscle tension to reduce those feelings of soreness and fatigue.

And the number one way to beat sinus pain is a soak in a spa. We all know that winter feeling of heavy head and painful nose. Congestion can block your nasal passages and cause painful tension headaches. If congestion is making it difficult to breathe, eat, or sleep, take a dip in your spa and break out the essential oils. The heated steam from the water can enter your nasal passage to help shrink swollen membranes and loosen congestion and some essential oils added to an aromatherapy balm or humidifier can allow your tension to fade away, aiding in sleep and the all-important ability to breathe!

For more self-care spa tips, check out our Blogs and speak to our customer service team about how buying an outdoor spa for sale in Sydney can help you beat the winter blues.

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