East Texas Spa, a hot tub, swim spa and sauna dealer with stores in Tyler and Longview, TX shares tips for National Social Wellness Month. “Diet and exercise are not the only important areas of lifestyle we need to address when looking for ways to improve our health,” said Randall Glaske, president of East Texas Spa. “Our personal relationships also have a great deal of impact on our mind and body.”
“Good personal relationships help people live longer, be less stressed, and people with good relationships and support systems at home are less apt to get sick with colds and flus,” continued Glaske. Here are 3 ways to develop social bonds for better health.
Stop Playing the Blame Game – Great relationships can go sour fast when something bad happens. When those things occur, it is human nature to look for blame in the other person, or people in a group. Instead of pointing fingers, one might first take a good look at one's own involvement and accept responsibility accordingly. Step away from the problem and realize that people are human and are going to make mistakes. So long as a situation isn't intentional, or meant to cause harm, sometimes the best thing to do is learn to laugh at it, and keep friendships intact.
Enjoy Friends Without Fixing Them – Everyone has things that could be improved upon, but being a good friend, and having a friend means accepting each other for who they are. If someone is constantly trying to mold somebody into something else, then perhaps the relationship wasn't meant to be.
Create a Great Atmosphere – Having a soothing, fun place to relax at home is a great way to improve both family relationships and friendships as well. A hot tub installed in the yard or on a patio is a fabulous start to building social relationships. The warm water is soothing and relaxing, creating a quiet, enjoyable place to talk, and get rid of daily tensions.
It is easy to get a hot tub installed, and they come in many shapes and sizes. Make sure to choose a hot tub that will accommodate the number of people desired. Some people prefer intimate hot tub soaking sessions with just a partner, or other family members. In that case, a 2 to 6 person tub will be plenty. For party choices, a tub that allows for 10 to 12 people is a good start, and is more compact than most people realize.
Shape isn't as important, and will depend largely on how much space is available for the hot tub. Caring for a hot tub is simple, and it will always be ready when the time comes to enjoy time with family and friends.
“We think this is a great opportunity to actually show local residents the positive effects that soaking in a hot tub can have in terms of improving the overall quality of their lives. That's why we will provide VIP hot tub test soaks in both of our East Texas locations throughout the entire month,” said Chris Ogden, Longview Branch Manager.
“We want residents to check out all the benefits of a relaxing in hot tub for themselves.” A VIP test soak includes gourmet chocolates and a glass of champagne that can be enjoyed while experiencing the many benefits of a soaking in a Hot Spring Spa. VIP test soaks are by appointment only and can be scheduled after hours with a 48-hour notice.
People wanting to learn more are encouraged to visit the company website and pick up a copy of their free “5 Hot Tub Buying Myths Revealed” Just go to http://ILoveMySpa.com or call 903-238-8021. Consumers wanting to find the East Texas Spa location nearest them are encouraged to visit the company website for more information.
About East Texas Spa
East Texas Spa has been selling, delivering, and servicing the World's #1 Brand of Portable Hot Tubs- Hot Spring Spas?- since 1985. Great service, great selection! Since they typically maintain an inventory of over 100 hot tubs, it's unlikely that customers will find a better selection anywhere in the ArkLaTex.
Along with the best-selling therapeutic Hot Spring? Spas & Hot Tubs, they also carry the popular Hot Spot? Spas and the exciting line of FreeFlow™ Budget Hot Tubs. Used, refurbished, demo, and secondhand spas are sometimes available, so check out their “Used Spas/Saunas” page often.
To learn more, pick up a copy of their free report “5 Hot Tub Buying Myths Revealed” Just go to http://ILoveMySpa.com or call 903-238-8021.
Name: Randall Glaske
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