Hot tub owners know how to get the most out of their spas, including trying to improve sleep through warm water immersion. For many, this involves creating a daily hot tub ritual around regular activities, including sleep.
Enjoying a hot soak about 90 minutes before bed will not only calm you, but also signal to your body that bedtime is near. After soaking in your hot tub, your body cools, and as your body temperature falls, you naturally get drowsy. Climbing into bed feeling calm and comfortable can help you fall asleep faster.
You can read more about using your hot tub to sleep better on our blog.