The difference between a traditional bathtub and a hydromassage bath relies essentially on a system of pressure jets. The second provides a massage to areas of the body immersed in water, at a recommended temperature. The jets, located on the walls of the bathtub, should be oriented according to the parts of the body to which we want to direct them.
Hydromassage bathtubs have different beneficial effects. The combination of hot water and the pressure of the jets decrease the level of stress and favor the relaxation of the muscles as well as the recovery of injuries and fractures. In turn, they produce positive effects on the arterial circulation and benefit the cardiac activity.
The massage system should be activated once enough water is available in the bathtub and the water temperature should not exceed 38 ° C, as excess heat can cause a voltage drop. We must immerse whole body in the bathtub or the specific parts to which we want to apply the pressure of the jets. An average duration of each bath should be between 15 and 20 minutes.
Bathtubs, both inside and outside, must be cleaned, that way we will avoid the appearance of lime as well as fungi and bacteria. One of the best options can be a mild liquid cleaner. For internal cleaning, it is important to fill the bathtub, activate it, add the disinfectant product then empty and refill it, this time only with water.