Hot Tubs Fernley, Swim Spa and Sauna Dealer Shares Tips for Emotional Health

The Spa and Sauna Company Serving the Fernley, Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe Area is Proud to Publish, “3 Things that Promote Better Emotional Health.”

October 12, 2017 —

The Spa and Sauna Company, a hot tub, swim spa and sauna dealer with 3 retail showrooms serving the greater Fernley, Reno and Lake Tahoe area shares tips for emotional well-being.

Scott Clark, president of The Spa and Sauna Company says that good emotional health is vital to a happy life and helping people deal with challenges in a positive manner.

Relax and Get Rid of Sensory Overload – Sensory overload used to be a relatively rare problem, but today, surrounded by electronic gadgets, constant work issues, crowded roads and even shoulder-to-shoulder pedestrian traffic, people are constantly bombarded with stimuli that can cause exhaustion and anxiety.

Dealing with things that are unavoidable on a daily basis is one of the most important steps in regaining emotional strength. A great way to do that is to soak in a hot tub or portable spa on a regular basis.

The temperature controlled heat allows total relaxation while the soothing jet massage relieves tight muscles and stress. Hot tubs installed in the yard or on a patio make it simple to have constant access to stress relief at any time of the day or night. In fact, not having to deal with traffic to get to a spa and not having to share the hot tub with strangers also increases the value of a backyard spa.

Avoid Drama – Take the time to recognize stressful situations and catch them before they start. Sometimes, it may not be possible to completely avoid stressful situations and drama, but don’t let those times become overwhelming. Instead, take control of them, speak assertively and refuse to take part in gossip or take on more duties than are manageable.

Positivity is Contagious – One of the simplest things people can do to manage their emotions, control outside negativity and be happier, is to smile. Being positive is contagious, but people often allow negativity to take over. Simply smiling in stressful situations allows the body to relax, even if others in the surrounding area do not comply and follow suit. Surprisingly, smiling and being happy through a tough situation can have a great effect on everyone, helping them to become happier and more relaxed as well.

About The Spa and Sauna Company
The Spa and Sauna Company has been providing the Reno and Lake Tahoe area with the best in leisure and relaxation products since 1990. The company offers America’s favorite portable hot tubs – Hot Spring Spas and Caldera Spas.  They also offer Freeflow Spas, which are affordable, portable and plug-and-play hot tubs.

Between all 3 area showrooms, the Spa and Sauna Company offers a beautiful collection of fine home game room products as well as America’s best-known names in billiards, Brunswick and Olhausen Billiards.  They also have a full game room lighting collection as well as the ultimate pool players pro shop.

The company goal is to provide their clients with the ultimate home recreation and wellness experience. They are dedicated to not only showcasing the best products available on the market today, but to offering customers an unparalleled purchase and service experience.

In addition, they’re proud to showcase swim spas on display, patio furniture and fire pits and a complete display of Big Green Eggs BBQ's and accessories.

To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, swim spa or sauna call 775-852-3838 or visit http://www.spaandsauna.com/.

The Spa and Sauna Company
9748 So. Virginia St. Ste. C-D
Reno, NV 89511
775-852-3838
http://SpaAndSauna.com

Contact Info:
Name: Scott Clark
Email: sclark@spaandsauna.com
Phone: 775-852-3838
Organization: The Spa and Sauna Co

Source: MM-prReach

Release ID: 249757

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