Hot Tubs, Swim Spas Ankeny Portable Spa Dealer Shares Tips for Emotional Health

Hot Tub, Sauna and Swim Spa Dealer Serving Ankeny, Des Moines and Clive Iowa Shares Tips for Emotional Wellness Month. Offers Free Hot Tub Test Soaks to Local Residents.

October 12, 2017 —

Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines, a hot tub, sauna and swim spa dealer serving Ankeny, Des Moines and Clive, Iowa shares “3 Simple Ways to Improve Emotional Health.”

Sean Schaben of Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines says that emotions are what keep people grounded, help them fall in love, feel fear in dangerous situations and keeps them on their toes in stressful times.

Hydrate the Spirit with a Hot Tub – When stress and anxiety are high, it is important to avoid certain things that will add to that problem. For most people, anxiety is something that accumulates, layer upon layer until it is too hard to deal with. If the day has been stressful, avoid things like horror movies, scary places such as alleys or empty parking garages, or being around reckless or negative people.

Along with eliminating extra stress, find ways to cope with existing anxiety by making the home a peaceful, relaxing place. Home should be the place everyone in the family can return to in order to get away from the outside stress of life.

Just knowing a portable spa is ready and waiting at the end of the day can help people deal with unavoidable stressful situations during the work or school day. Slipping into a hot tub’s temperature controlled heat and allowing the massage jets to pummel away tension is a great way to relax at the end of the day, and prepare for a good night’s sleep.

Talk It Out – Sometimes, even the people closest to each other can cause stress and anxiety. When family members have issues that cause anger or stress, talk about it. It’s natural for people to clam up and hold in the anger. That response is caused by the fear of letting out anger that will push loved ones away. However, the reverse is actually true. Letting out the feelings of frustration in a calm, healthy manner helps others understand the feelings that are causing pain, and allows both parties to find peaceful, reasonable resolutions to the problem.

Try a Little Self-Help – Self-help books abound on issues that are common in people’s lives. When stress is overwhelming, or there are issues that can’t be resolved, take a trip to the local library or bookstore and read up on some solutions that may help take care of the problem. If books aren’t enough, find a professional to offer advice. In some cases, local support groups or online forums focused on common issues can help by providing others to talk to who are experiencing similar problems in their lives.

Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of this free hot tub buyer’s guide, 7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub. Just call 515-270-8702 or visit the company website for more information at http://www.HotSpringGreen.com.

About Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines and Minneapolis
Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines and Minneapolis offers a large selection of new and used hot tubs and saunas for sale.  They are Minnesota's and Iowa’s premier source for Hot Spring Spas and Hot Tubs, Endless Pools, Saunatec and Finnleo Saunas, A & B Backyard Accessories, and proudly carry the SilkBalance for Spas water treatment system.

To learn more, pick up a copy of this free buyer’s Guide, 7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub.  Just call 515-270-8702 or go to http://www.HotSpringGreen.com.

HotSpring Spas of Des Moines
10860 Hickman Rd
Clive, IA 50325
515-270-8702
hr@HotSpringGreen.com
http://hotspringgreen.com/des-moines-hot-tub

Contact Info:
Name: Sean Schaben
Email: hr@HotSpringGreen.com
Phone: 515-270-8702
Organization: HotSpring Spas of Des Moines

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