Across the country people are being asked to stay at home, something many of us may be starting to struggle with. As one day begins to roll into the next, it’s easy for your mental health to take a hit.

In these times it’s so important to ensure you’re doing things which make you happy, as well as adding structure to your daily routine. Allocating a time in the day to use and maintain your hot tub is a brilliant and fun way of doing something productive, and we all know that the by-product of productivity is fulfilment – it makes you feel good.

These are both stressful and worrying times. But if you have a hot tub, the good news is that this is the perfect opportunity to start using it. Hot tubs are renowned for their happy hormone inducing properties, they’re also the perfect place to unwind, relax and recharge. So, if you’re feeling a little bit tense, then take a dip in your hot tub and reach a state of complete calmness.

We know it’s difficult at the moment not to get obsessed with everything which is going on, but all this negativity can play havoc with your state of mind. Using your hot tub creates the perfect opportunity to disconnect from it all and to build on the relationships with the people closest to you. Your hot tub will promote deep and meaningful conversation without the constant distractions from mobile phones and the TV. Use this time to create happy and long-lasting memories – your hot tub is there to help.

Wondering if your hot tub is still safe to use? Yes it certainly is. The CDC (the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) released official guidance in regard to the safety of hot tubs with the threat of coronavirus looming. According to the CDC, there is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of pools and hot tubs. Furthermore, the CDC states that proper operation, maintenance and disinfection with Chlorine or Bromine of hot tubs should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.