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How Long Should You Stay in a Hot Tub?

Are you the proud owner of a hot tub?

Whether you’re a seasoned spa owner or you’re new to the lifestyle, chances are you want to make sure that you’re making the most of the experience.

That can include using the hot tub safely and effectively. One question that we hear far too often, is how long one should soak in the spa.

In this article, we’re going to answer that question and then show you a variety of ways to maximize your spa experience within that time frame.

How Long Can I Stay Inside a Hot Tub for?

You should aim to stay inside a hot tub for anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes. Depending on your tolerance and health status, you may be able to soak for upwards of 45 minutes to an hour.

If you’re starting to feel overheated, try taking a break from the water, enjoy a healthy snack and have a drink to rehydrate.

Once you have had some time to cool down, enter the hot tub once more and enjoy a second soak after a well-deserved break. If you wish to soak for longer than 15-30 minutes, try sitting on the ledge of the hot tub for about five minutes or so, every 15 minutes to give your body a break from the heat.

10 Things to Do in a Hot Tub

Now that you have a better idea of how long you should be soaking in your spa for, let’s find some fun activities for you to engage in, so that you can make the most of your hot tub experience.

  1. Read a book
  2. Listen to music
  3. Have an aromatherapy session
  4. Spend time with family
  5. Catch up with a friend
  6. Close your eyes and listen to nature
  7. Perform a series of yoga stretches
  8. Engage in a low-impact workout
  9. Watch a TV show
  10. Play a game

How will you make the most of your hot tub session?

Making the Most of Your Spa Experience

While hot tubs can be very beneficial to your health, wellness and overall lifestyle, it’s essential that you use it safely. If you stay in a hot tub for too long, you may risk overheating, feeling nauseous or becoming lightheaded.

To ensure your best health, stay hydrated, eat a healthy snack and even speak with your doctor to ensure that it’s safe for you to soak in a hot tub for a certain amount of time, especially if you suffer from a certain health condition.

Euphoria Lifestyle

Did you find the information in this article helpful? Visit our blog for more information or contact us today.

Our team of experts at Euphoria Lifestyle in West Sussex are more than happy to help you bring your garden to life and make the most of your spa experience.

We have a wide selection of hot tubs, infrared saunas, all season pools, and garden accessories for sale.