Stress and Hot Tubs in Corona

You are sitting in a traffic jam, late for work and an important meeting yet again, watching as time slowly slips away and there is nothing you can do about it. Somewhere in the depths of your head, your brain sends the order to release the stress hormones.

It is these hormones that will trigger your body’s fight or flight response. Your breath quickens, your heart races and your muscles are ready for action, a response designed to prepare and protect your body in the event of an emergency. This is fine in the short term, it prepares you to act quickly and could save your life, but when it happens day after day, it could put your health at serious risk.   

Everyone deals with stress. Everything from family problems to work to financial difficulties can trigger stress. It’s a way to cope with the situation. But chronic stress will take a toll on your health and well-being, which is why it is so important that you deal with stress. Exercise is a great way to lower your stress levels. And it does your body good to sit in a relaxing hot tub after a tough day at work.   

Spa Max, your hot tub dealer in Corona, offers the ways stress messes with your health. 

Digestive System

If you have ever suffered butterflies or nausea right before having to give a speech or presentation, then you have already suffered the effects of stress on your gut. There are other known symptoms of chronic stress including indigestion, constipation and heartburn. So if you are having digestive issues that won’t go away, it could be the result of stress.   


Research has shown a strong link between stress and depression. Some experts have noted that stress appears to play a rather big role in the onset of depression. In reality, depression can be caused by a number of factors, but it is still in your best interest to deal with stress before it brings you down.

Catching Cold

A number of studies show that stress lowers immunity, which can leave you vulnerable to colds and the flu. If you think about it, it makes complete sense as many people tend to come down with something after a particularly stressful event. 


In addition to keeping you up worrying at night, stress can also make you feel exhausted. Frequent stress can make you feel like you are dragging butt all day long.

Whacked Libido

When your mind is off worrying about the bad day you had at work or money problems, it is difficult to get in the mood. Chronic stress can impact your body’s production of the sex hormones that keep your reproductive system in good working order. So when you feel a dip in your sex drive, soak in the hot tub and relieve some of that stress. 

Zit City

When stress has you freaking out, your body releases sex hormones called androgen, which can cause your face to break out with acne. In addition to zits on your face, stress also shows up on other parts of your body in the form of rashes. 

Sweet Memories

Chronic stress can seriously impact your hippopotamus, the part of your brain where memories are stored. So if you are forgetting important dates, like your anniversary, or spacing out picking up the kids after school, there is a chance you can blame it on stress. 

Weight Gain

Stress might be making you fat. It seems that chronic stress causes some people to attempt to eat their way to happiness. There is also a strong connection between treating stress and losing weight. In addition, one study discovered that women who were stressed metabolized sugar and fat differently than those who were not anxiety-ridden. 

Hair Loss

Just as a spike in androgen can cause you to break out with acne, it can also cause you to lose your hair. However, there is good news; this unfortunate side effect of stress is temporary and when you deal with your stress, your hair should grow back. 

As you can see, chronic stress is something you don’t want to deal with. We suggest you pave the way to a less stressful life by buying a hot tub from Spa Max