Relaxing your body and mind in a relaxing tub is an ideal way to unwind after a stressful day. The calming water in a bath provides so many benefits to your body. Moreover, just because you experience mobility issues does not mean you should be deprived of having a nice bath at the end of a long day. A walk-in bath is a type of bath that is ideal for a variety of people. It provides an experience that is both luxurious but is also beneficial to your health and wellbeing. Here in this blog we run through some of the other benefits of the walk-in bath!
Soaking in the tub is an ideal way to relax and unwind as well as a massive stress reliever. With a walk-in bath you can select your preferences, for example if you would like to sit or lie down, increasing your options and letting you choose which is more suited for you. Various walk-in baths might come with the addition of air jets, the small bubbles produced from these will also help to lower stress. The reduction occurs as the bubbles begin to release calming endorphins. These are elements that are found in the body which help to counter the unhealthy effects of stress. Headache pain is also reduced when a user is relaxing in a walk-in bath. The goal is to have the body start to unwind itself.
Relaxing in the tub is not the only benefit of a walk-in bath. These units can be put in with shower systems which are hand-held. This indicates that a person can enjoy the benefits of a shower while sitting down. Walking into a bath will be just like walking into a shower stall.
Sooth Muscles and Joints
Walk-in baths can come equipped with water and air jets for optional relaxing techniques. Water jets can offer a deeper massage experience by focusing on specific areas of the body for optimum relaxation. As mentioned, the air jets create tiny bubbles, which give a gentle massage to the body. User preferences for the air and water jets can be set by using controls on the bath. The use of a walk-in bath is a great option for people who suffer from back pain, arthritis, and other muscle or joint conditions.
Here at Bespoke Bathing, we understand that mobility issues can have a massive impact on quality of life for elderly and for people living with disabilities. When easy movement is problematic, certain rooms in the house may pose more of a threat – including the bathroom. With this in mind, we offer a range of bespoke bathroom fitting designed with you in mind. To find out more, please get in touch.