Hot Tubs Sabattus, Turner, Maine Dealer Supports National Emotional Health Month

Sabattus Hot Tubs, Saunas and Swim Spas Dealer, Mainely Tubs, Shares Tips for Emotional Health. Offers Free Hot Tub Test Soaks to Maine and New Hampshire Residents.

October 12, 2017 —

Maine’s oldest and largest retail hot tub company, Mainely Tubs, is proud to publish “3 Things Anyone Can Do for a Better Emotional Life”.

Jim Van Fleet, president of Mainely Tubs says that while emotional health may have an effect on mental health, they aren’t the same. This October, people are encouraged to explore the needs of their emotional health to find healthy ways to deal with stress and anxiety.

Here are three things anyone can do for a better emotional life.

Prepare for a Peaceful Home Life – Creating a peaceful home is a big step toward positive emotional health. The home is the one place the family should be able to feel comfortable, secure and safe. It should be relaxing with a soothing atmosphere.

Installing a hot tub in the yard or in a room with a strong, waterproof floor is a great way to relax at home.Portable spas are easy to care for and install and they don’t take up a lot of room. However, they pack a lot of relaxation into a small area.

Hot tubs provide the same impact as a natural hot spring, with one exception. With a hot tub, the heat of the water is regulated to remain constant for as long as desired. Heat dilates blood vessels for better flow, delivering oxygen and other nutrients to all areas of the body, including the brain, while carrying away harmful toxins built up during the day from stress and tension.

Meditate for Serenity – Daily meditation is also great for relieving emotional issues. Meditation can be done at any time of the day, and even in the middle of a stressful encounter to help people face difficulties in a better frame of mind.

Accept That There Are Things Beyond Control – Finally, people will live happier and healthier lives if they realize there are some things they just can’t control. There will always be difficult situations, or aggravating people. Traffic jams will happen when they are least convenient. Work piles up. School and homework will be around. There’s nothing that people can do to stop things beyond their control, but there are things they can do to prevent those things from controlling them.

People can improve their emotional well-being by remaining positive, smiling and finding positive things in difficult situations. Surprisingly, not only will it make problems easier to deal with, but even other people who are part of the problem may be happier. Negativity breeds more negativity, as does positivity. Being happy is contagious; spread good-cheer and emotional well-being.

Plan a picnic around the spa, and at the end of the day, sink into the soothing water to unwind. Hot tubs offer a natural gathering spot to talk as a family, and a long soak at night helps everyone prepare for a good night’s sleep so they’ll be ready for the next day of summer fun.

To help consumers discover the fun and health benefits of hydrotherapy, Mainely Tubs will be providing free hot tub test soaks for the entire month. They do recommend, however, that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute test soak call them ahead of time to reserve their spot.

To learn more visit the company website at MainelyTubs.com.  While you’re there, pick up a copy of this free guide, 5 Hot Tub Buying Mistakes and How to Avoid Them.

About Mainely Tubs
Mainely Tubs has been serving Maine and New Hampshire as the leader in hot tub sales and service since 1978.  They currently support 21,000+ customers and have been ranked the world’s largest Hot Spring Store for 13 years.

Mainely Tubs is dedicated to supporting their customers' un-interrupted enjoyment of the highest quality relaxation products including Hot Spring Spas, Caldera Spas, Endless Pools Fitness Systems, and Finnleo Saunas, as well as many water care products and services.  Their commitment to high quality products and to their customers’ satisfaction has never wavered, and as a result, most of their business comes to them as referrals from happy customers.

To learn more, pick up a copy of this free guide, 5 Hot Tub Buying Mistakes and How to Avoid Them.  Just call 207-883-6357 or go to MainelyTubs.com.

Mainely Tubs
415 Payne Road
Scarborough, ME 04074

Contact Info:
Name: Jim Van Fleet
Email: scottbell@mainelytubs.com
Phone: 207-883-6357
Organization: Mainely Tubs

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