Health / well being benefits of a hot tub vs Sauna

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Thinking about getting a hot tub. Not to party with naked broads, but to actually use the jets and warmth to relax the muscles, and the back. Is there any benefit there, or is it just a sales pitch? I could go on youtube, but I know there are knowledgeable people on this board, some of which will even have personal, first hand, experience.
 

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Thinking about getting a hot tub. Not to party with naked broads, but to actually use the jets and warmth to relax the muscles, and the back. Is there any benefit there, or is it just a sales pitch? I could go on youtube, but I know there are knowledgeable people on this board, some of which will even have personal, first hand, experience.
Read up on heat shock protiens.

Cold thermogenesis and heat shock protiens. The reese's peanutbutter cup of healthy mitichondria
 

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I got one of the Wal Mart inflatable cheapos just to see if we'd like it well enough to get a real one. Well, only about a week into it, the damn thing got an air leak in it. Put a tire patch on it that served very well until another air leak came along. We found out that our overly protective German Shepherd was standing up on it to look in to make sure no one needed rescuing. All in all, they're nice to have but keep in mind the golden rule: You get what you pay for.

Edit: What you got against naked broads?
 

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I got one of the Wal Mart inflatable cheapos just to see if we'd like it well enough to get a real one. Well, only about a week into it, the damn thing got an air leak in it. Put a tire patch on it that served very well until another air leak came along. We found out that our overly protective German Shepherd was standing up on it to look in to make sure no one needed rescuing. All in all, they're nice to have but keep in mind the golden rule: You get what you pay for.

Edit: What you got against naked broads?
Absolutely nothing. But, I doubt Mrs Harvestein would go for that.
 

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Thinking about getting a hot tub. Not to party with naked broads, but to actually use the jets and warmth to relax the muscles, and the back. Is there any benefit there, or is it just a sales pitch? I could go on youtube, but I know there are knowledgeable people on this board, some of which will even have personal, first hand, experience.
Probably not worth the amount of chemicals you will absorb. The heat opens up your pores, and the lining of those pools is a sickening soft plastic.

Even if you buy some kind of Jap jacuzzi made of wood or stone, you still have the issue of the water itself, which is of course filled with estrogen and other chemicals. I might take a hot bath a few times a year, but I would not make a habit of this. Also, I don't think there are really any significant health benefits.

A sauna on the other hand has actual health benefits. I am heavily pro sauna.
 

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you still have the issue of the water itself, which is of course filled with estrogen and other chemicals
This only applies to city water, correct? Or is there some awful rabbit hole of chemicals in well water too?
 

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This only applies to city water, correct? Or is there some awful rabbit hole of chemicals in well water too?
Nah. As long as there's no farming, fracking, landfills, or rivers in you know, a 10 mile radius or so, the groundwater should be fine.

The problem is that the aquifer is kind of like an underground lake, so chemicals can travel distances. But it also filters things over a certain distance. The biggest issue for most people is farming, which is dumping the fertilizer and the pesticides into the groundwater.
 

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This only applies to city water, correct? Or is there some awful rabbit hole of chemicals in well water too?
I think microplastics end up staying even after water goes up in the air or something, but if that's all there is in it, then that's obviously much better than plastic water pumped full of chemicals and shit, too.
 

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The heat opens up your pores, and the lining of those pools is a sickening soft plastic.
On top of the endocrine disrupting pthalates, you will be absorbing bromine, which is also an endocrine disruptor, and is goitrogenic (causes goiter by displacing iodine which your hormone/endocrine system needs).
Another sign of bromide/bromine poisoning is something called 'cherry angiomas' bright red moles on your skin that form as your body tries to isolate the bromides.
Yet another side effect of bromide poisoning is lethargy.

more here:

Aside from its effects on your endocrine glands, bromine is toxic in and of itself. Bromide builds up in your central nervous system and results in many problems. It is a central nervous system depressant and can trigger a number of psychological symptoms such as acute paranoia and other psychotic symptoms.

In fact, in an audio interview, physician Jorge Flechas reported that, between 1920 and 1960, at least 20 percent of all hospital admissions for β€œacute paranoid schizophrenia” were a result of ingesting bromine-containing products.
(...)

...bromine exposure depletes your body’s iodine by competing with iodine receptors. Iodine is crucial for thyroid function. Without iodine, your thyroid gland would be completely unable to produce thyroid hormone.

Even the names of the different forms of thyroid hormone reflect the number of iodine molecules attached β€” T4 has four attached iodine molecules, and T3 (the biologically active form of the hormone) has three–showing what an important part iodine plays in thyroid biochemistry.

Hypothyroidism is far more prevalent than once thought in the U.S. The latest estimates are that 13 million Americans have hypothyroidism, but the actual numbers are probably higher. Some experts claim that 10 to40 percent of Americans have suboptimal thyroid function.



 

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I have a jet tub and use it probably too much. I think the sauna thing is better overall and would consider saving up for that.

I enjoy my salt baths. Definitely combine it with cold dunks or showers.

You have to think about your balls with the hot bath that is a thing. But it does provide muscle soothing.

A yoga routine or an hour of concentrated stretching is better, helps your digestive and other systems as well.

I would not get the full hot tub that you have to maintain with chemicals. The jet bath is a better solution.
 

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I was looking at one that uses salt instead of chlorine. Although, I was told that it changes the salt into chlorine for a brief period before the chlorine turns to salt again. Anyway, let’s turn this into hot tub/sauna thread...
 

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I was looking at one that uses salt instead of chlorine. Although, I was told that it changes the salt into chlorine for a brief period before the chlorine turns to salt again. Anyway, let’s turn this into hot tub/sauna thread...
Just reread the article post.
The answer is clear, sauna.
 

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I was looking at one that uses salt instead of chlorine. Although, I was told that it changes the salt into chlorine for a brief period before the chlorine turns to salt again. Anyway, let’s turn this into hot tub/sauna thread...
Yes, the salt ones are still chlorine, they just make it from the salt (sodium chloride).
 

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I think microplastics end up staying even after water goes up in the air or something, but if that's all there is in it, then that's obviously much better than plastic water pumped full of chemicals and shit, too.
You can run, but you can't hide. A lot like niggers, really. Drink out of glass whenever possible and drink and bathe in water from 300 feet below the surface. That's all you can do.
 

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Tempted to jack the thread to a water issue.
 

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You can run, but you can't hide. A lot like niggers, really. Drink out of glass whenever possible and drink and bathe in water from 300 feet below the surface. That's all you can do.
You started it! Lol
 

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These saunas i am seeing are 3k +. anyone here know how to build one for less?
 

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Thinking about getting a hot tub. Not to party with naked broads, but to actually use the jets and warmth to relax the muscles, and the back. Is there any benefit there, or is it just a sales pitch? I could go on youtube, but I know there are knowledgeable people on this board, some of which will even have personal, first hand, experience.
Getting a sauna is better and healthier. It's also easier to use and does not require much maintenance. A sauna after heavy training is excellent for relaxing the muscles, just remember before and after the sauna you should take a cold dip or a cold shower if you don't have immediate access to open water. A regular regimen with hot sauna and cold dips/showers also improves your immune system and blood flow.

During the winter I've been going to the sauna almost every day, some days up to 2-3 times and always starting and ending with a cold shower. Once you get used to the cold showers it feels great afterwards, and you feel both very relaxed and very awake.

If you want a real sauna then of course it needs to be heated with wood and that requires more work, but nowadays there are excellent electrical heaters for the sauna too and they are very easy to use and require minimal maintenance. A sauna heated with wood is really for the summer house where you have direct access to open water.

With hot tubs you have the problem with chemicals and plastics and they require a lot of maintenance. A better solution would be a tub with salt water but that's more expensive since you need equipment resistant to salt water. A hot tub with jets certainly feels good for your muscles, but there's a lot of potential problems to take into account regarding toxic chemicals.
 

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These saunas i am seeing are 3k +. anyone here know how to build one for less?
Pretty sure you would have to literally build it from wood. It would probably be better, because you could use untreated/naturally finished wood. You'd just have to get a blueprint I guess.


Someone built this:

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Dude no 80s bubble bath hot tub. Sauna then cold plunge.
 

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There are red light saunas you can get for 1000 and up.


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Jump rope and trampolines are good for endocrine draining.

You also have toxin drain from.your brain, if you sleep.is shitty and your inputs are shitty these systems can be clogged and create backlogs of diss ease.

Fix your drains white man!
 

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Anyway, let’s turn this into hot tub/sauna thread...
I posted the above since after I spent time in one, I would feel like crap for the next couple days.
Finally figured it out after I got a weird rash on my inner thighs and discovered it was 'hot tub rash' caused by bromine.
I had to wear long pants at work everyday and it really sucked.
 
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