Hot (Tub) Savings on Coast Spas During the Washington State Fair

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During the Washington State Fair, get up to half off Coast Spas at Rich’s.

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Stop by our exhibit booth while you’re doin’ the Puyallup, or visit Rich’s showrooms in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Southcenter/Seattle, Tacoma, or Silverdale. Sale ends on the last day of the fair, September 25, 2016.

Washington State Fair Info

Mon, Wed, Thu: 10am – 9pm
Friday: 10am – 10pm
Saturday: 9am – 10pm
Sunday: 9am – 9pm
Closed on Tuesdays

Entry Fees
Adults – $12.50
Students (ages 6-18) – $9.00
Seniors (ages 62+) – $9.00
Kids 5 & under – FREE

Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri: $10
Sat & Sun: $15

12 health challenges hydrotherapy can help alleviate

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1.  Neck and back pain

The buoyancy provided by the water reduces body weight by 90 percent, taking pressure off joints.

2.  Sports injuries

A warm soak increases blood flow to the injured area, bringing nutrients to help repair the damage.

3.  Sore feet (or cold feet)

Soak your tootsies in a spa set at 103-104 degrees F. for 10-15 minutes per day. (Consult your doctor first if you have varicose veins, lymphostasis, or edema.)

4.  Mental health issues

Color therapy, or chromotherapy, uses a combination of color and light to balance your physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental energy. (Many of Rich’s spas are designed to cycle through a spectrum of colors that provide light- and color therapy)

5.  Arthritis

The soothing warmth and buoyancy of the water in a properly designed spa can help relieve arthritis pain.

6.  Circulation problems

Heat from hot tubs can cause the blood vessels to open up (called vasodilation), which may decrease blood pressure. The heat and massage ease blood flow and improve circulation, in addition to stimulating nerve impulses that boost the immune system and digestion.

7.  Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome

The warm water may alleviate constant all-over body aches, particularly if you do some light stretches while you soak.

8.  Muscle aches

Soak at a temperature between 102 to 106 degree F to loosen  tight, tense muscles.

9.  Insomnia

Studies suggest that spending 15 minutes in a hot tub 90 minutes before bedtime can lead to an improved night’s sleep.

10. Migraines

The jets in a hot tub dilate blood vessels to help prevent headaches.

11. Type 2 Diabetes

Soaking up to 30 minutes a day, six days a week for at least three weeks is known to help individuals with type 2 diabetes lower their blood sugar, lose weight and improve their sleep patterns.

12. Stress

Warm water massage stimulates your body to release endorphins that reduce stress naturally.

How to know whether hydrotherapy is right for you

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  • If you have a recurrent or persistent health challenge, always consult with your doctor before determining whether hydrotherapy is for you.
  • According to the American Heart Association, people with high blood pressure or abnormally low blood pressure should check with their doctor before using a hot tub.
  • People with diabetes also need to be cautious, as they may be more susceptible to get burns on their feet due to nerve damage caused by diabetes.
  • If you have diabetes, you may not notice a drop in your blood sugar while you’re in a hot tub, so leave the hot tub gradually to ensure you don’t pass out.
  • Hot tubs are generally not recommended for people with multiple sclerosis or women who are pregnant.
  • Elderly people and young children should avoid long soaks in a hot tub, as the heat can quickly exhaust them.





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