Design Styles are limitless. Don’t be tied to one design style. Choose a tub that fits your style and add Cold Plunge with other options to create the ultimate in home wellness.
Planning ahead to include this wellness option is easy than ever before. For Freestanding tubs we suggest including a tower to your tub to easily conceal important components to the COLD PLUNGE system. Alcove and Drop in tubs need to ensure the tub surround is designed to fit this essential option.
* Some install restrictions may apply
Cold water therapy is the practice of using water that’s around 59°F or less (15°C) to treat health conditions or stimulate health benefits. It’s also known as cold hydrotherapy. Adding Cold Plunge to your bathtub can reduce the water temperature down to 37°F, even cold enough for the dedicated Wim Hof method followers. Rejuvenate in less than 5 minutes a day.
There are many benefits an individual can have from cold water therapy, especially if we regularly immerse our bodies in cold water temperatures for short periods of time. The practice has been around for a couple of millennia and now can be part of your daily routine from the comfort of your own home.
*Extended exposure to cold temperatures an individual can be at risk of hypothermia.
Whether you’re looking to recover from a tough workout or you simply want to de-stress, here are some of the many benefits of cold water therapy:
Cold water therapy has long been a popular option for recovering from a long workout. However, cold therapy isn’t just for professional athletes. Other studies have found that cold exposure can sometimes help with pain caused by rheumatism, fibromyalgia, and other similar conditions.
Your immune system prevents you from catching cold viruses and other infections. Many people try to boost their immune systems with vitamins and supplements, but they don’t realize they could get better results by taking a walk in the cold or taking a cold bath. That’s because white blood cells, which fight infection, circulate in your body more quickly when you are exposed to cold temperatures. Exposure to cold may also help your immune system produce other infection-fighting warriors, including t-cells and antibodies.
While cold water immersion often focuses a lot on the physical benefits of the practice, regular cold water therapy’s advantages extend well beyond your muscles and joints.
In fact, many folks use cold water therapy as a way to become more mindful and in tune with their bodies. Some people even use regular ice baths to help them sleep better or to lower their stress levels. Meanwhile, others use cold plunges to help them reconnect with themselves and find their inner peace.
Although everyone’s response to cold water immersion is slightly different, most people find that it helps them relax and recover from the bustle of day-to-day life.
Cold water therapy with COLD PLUNGE might sound like counterintuitive advice, but it turns out that taking a dip in cold water could have unexpected health benefits. If you’ve never tried cold water therapy you may want to consider it. The benefits are numerous, and the costs are low. So go ahead, get in the and see what happens. Always check with your healthcare provider first about new therapies.