New Study Claims Taking a Hot Bath is The Equivalent Calorie-Wise Of A 30-Min Walk

Some things just sound too good to be true. In fact, did you know
that a hot soak helps you burn more calories than doing cardio exercise?
In fact, relaxing in a hot bath and doing absolutely nothing may be
just as beneficial for your health as a 30-minute walk.

 

Passive
heating has a beneficial effect on your overall health. In fact,
studies have shown that taking a nice, relaxing soothing bath, have a
similar effect to a moderate exercise. In addition, hot baths are
associated with a 28 percent lower risk of heart disease and a 26
percent lower risk of stroke.

Here are 5 additional health benefits from taking a hot bath:

1. Better sleep

Many
studies suggest a warm bath an hour or two before bedtime can help you
unwind and fall asleep faster. Moreover, by adding lavender essential
oil to your hot bath will soothe your body and make you sleep like a
baby.

2. Ease sinus pain

You can ease cold
and allergy symptoms by taking a load off and soaking in the hot water.
The hot bath will help your mucus flow, and the hot bath will give you
even further benefits.

3. Improves circulation

Your
body’s core temperature rises while you’re sitting in a hot bath.
Therefore, heat is the perfect therapy that can help you improve your
circulation and vascular function. On the other hand, if you don’t have
much time for a hot soak, just make yourself a cup of hot tea.

4. Sore muscles

Hot
soaks are great for everyone, including those who recover from
injuries. Not only, the high temperature will get your blood moving, it
will also reduce tension and will help your sore or tight muscles to relax.

5. Better breathing

Try
a hot bath if your nose is clogged. The warm water improves the
function of your lungs and adds pressure to the chest, forcing the body
to get more oxygen. For best results, soak in chest-deep hot water.

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