Hot Tubs Nashville - HotSpring Spas Store Serving Nashville, TN Celebrates Women’s Health and Fitness Day – Offers Free Hottub Test Soaks

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Nashville Hot Tubs and Sauna dealer publishes free health tips for women looking to improve their overall health and well-being.

On Wednesday, September 26, 2012, an estimated 100,000 women of all ages will participate in local health and fitness events at more than 1,000 community locations across the country as part of the 11th Annual National Women's Health & Fitness Day. HotSpring Spas of Music City, Nashville’s exclusive Hot Spring Spas and Helo Saunas dealer is promoting ways to improve women’s health.

“With junk food, late nights and stressful jobs, keeping healthy is a challenge,” says Kevin Croteau, the company’s vice president. “Women looking to take steps to improve their health should be applauded for the effort. That’s why we decided to publish three simple strategies for looking and feeling better,” continued Croteau. Here are three helpful tips…

Get More Rest - Sleep is one of the best all natural remedies for improved mood, performance and overall health and well-being. When the body experiences consistent, deep, restful sleep, important nutrients reach the body, allowing for overnight repairs. While 8 hours is recommended, everyone needs different amounts of sleep to look and feel their best. Going to bed a little earlier and turning off the television, cell phone and the computer will promote a healthy, restful sleep.

Floss - With 25-40 percent of women suffering from some sort of gum disease, flossing is an important strategy for improving health. Not to mention, an easy way to ensure that false teeth will never be part of a long term health plan. Besides, gum disease left untreated has been associated with heart disease, premature birth, even some types of cancer. Twice a day, morning and night is all it takes to protect against gum disease and keep the teeth and mouth looking and feeling great for years to come.

Soak in a Hot Tub - Most people are aware of the exceptional pain relieving qualities of a hot tub, and for those suffering from arthritis, chronic back pain or simple aches and pains from life, nothing is as soothing and fast acting as a hot, bubbly hot tub for eliminating pain and tension. But soaking in a hot tub has more significant health benefits.

A short soak just a few times a week can actually reduce symptoms of Type 2 diabetes and helps promote weight loss. Sitting in the relaxing water raises core body temperature which burns calories. As blood circulation increases, nutrients are more efficiently delivered, and the body uses insulin more effectively. While soaking in a hot tub will not take the place of diet and exercise, it can enhance a healthy weight loss plan and provide an easy way to feel a little better for those with diabetes.

“To help educate the public on how our portable hot tubs and spas made by HotSpring Spas can help improve overall health and well-being, Hot Spring Spas of Music City will provide free hot tub test soaks during the entire month,” commented Croteau. “We want to encourage local residents to check out the benefits of a relaxing soak in an energy efficient hot tub for themselves.”

Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free report “6 Hot Tub Buying Mistakes and How to Avoid Them.” Those interested can visit the company website to download this free report. The website address is

About Hot Spring Spas of Music City
Our mission at HotSpring Spas of Music City is to provide Nashville Tennessee with the best name hot tubs and saunas. We back up our product with expertise and a “get-it-done-right-the-first-time” water care and maintenance service. At HotSpring Spas of Music City we build relationships. It’s the excellent hot tubs and saunas we sell that allow us to do just that. To learn more pick up a copy of our free report “6 Hot Tub Buying Mistakes and How to Avoid Them.” or check out our monthly specials call 615-443-4441 or go to

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