How to Practice Self-Care at Home This Winter

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Winter brings fun traditions, like celebrating favorite holidays. Winter also brings a slew of cold weather and snow in certain areas. If you find yourself in a location that receives tons of wintry precipitation, you may also find yourself stuck indoors. You can beat the winter doldrums and have a relaxing day in several ways in the comfort of your own home.

Relax in a Hot Tub

If you want an easy way to relax during the winter, consider jumping in the hot tub. Not only will the warm water heat up your body, but the jets will work on your muscles. There's nothing quite like taking in the winter scenery while you're sipping a grown-up drink in a hot tub. Before you get into that tub, make sure you've got it ready for the cold weather. Always keep your water fresh. Beachcomber Home Leisure recommends replacing the water in your tub at least three or four times a year. It's also essential to clean your tub regularly, and you'll need a good cover for when the tub isn't in use.

Get a Massage Chair

What better way to pamper yourself at home than by getting your own massage chair? These magical chairs allow users to sit back while their backs and legs are massaged; everything is automatic. You'll love feeling the tension leave your body as your chair does its work. Alternatively, you could also purchase a sectional couch with massaging functions. These are ideal for families or couples who don’t want to have to take turns using the massage chair. Watch the snow falling outside while you're relaxing in your own massage chair next to the fire. And if you regularly go for a massage, you can have your massage therapist come to you and bring their own equipment, such as the Stronglite Ergo Pro II portable massage chair. It's sturdy, super strong, and very adjustable. 

Use a Humidifier

When you think of a relaxing atmosphere, do you think about the air around you smelling of lavender or vanilla? Well, you could have that in your home just by using a humidifier, especially one that is also a diffuser. They're perfect for use all year, but when it's cold and gloomy, and you're stuck inside, you can create your own happy space. Additionally, according to The Soothing Air, a humidifier is even good for your health!

Winter doesn't mean that self-care and spa treatments must come to an end. In fact, you can step up your relaxation game by making your own spa at home. Whether you choose to sit in the hot tub or your massage chair, you'll love being able to completely relax in the warm and inviting space you've created.

Note: These statements have not been confirmed or endorsed by the FDA, and are the opinion of the author. Massage King and it's staff are not medical doctors or practitioners or trained professionals, and has posted this blog article here as a service for reference for those who are interested in this type of content, but does not necessarily endorse or confirm these statements. Please contact your medical provider for professional medical advice if needed.

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