It is impossible to deny that COVID-19 has impacted the U.S. in countless ways. Apart from the constant reporting on case statistics that have become a part of daily life, the economy has also been put under extreme pressure. Even people who have been fortunate enough to evade the coronavirus are finding that they are physically tense and emotionally drained. One way to counter this overall decrease in well-being is to book an exquisite spa vacation in the U.S.
Although a systematic reopening of the economy is still underway across the country, there are a number of U.S. states including Arizona, Florida, Indiana, and Oklahoma in which spa facilities have already fully reopened. If you are still doubting whether you should pick up the phone and make a reservation, the following reasons should be more than enough motivation.
Imagine all your aches and pains disappearing
One of the main reasons spas are so popular is due to the countless physical benefits that can be derived from various treatments. The lockdown has impacted our physical well-being in many ways, leaving us less agile due to restricted exercise facilities and even more prone to insomnia.
Spas have a reputation for employing the best massage therapists in the industry. A good massage has the potential to take away all of your aches and pains and can even help address underlying medical concerns such as arthritis. Massages that focus on the legs are known to help prevent varicose veins while nothing releases tension like an Indian head massage.
If you find yourself on spa vacation at the Oakwood Resort in Indiana or the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Oklahoma, be sure to book a hot stone massage that will help you get a better night’s sleep and increase your metabolism.
Spa treatments can have medical benefits too
Although spa treatments are typically associated with physical benefits, you can also undergo more specialized treatments at select spas that actually have medical advantages.
When you visit a specialist like Med Spa, you can choose to undergo a range of medical procedures in a spa-like environment. Some of the most popular procedures include Botox, microneedling, Juvederm fillers, body fat, and cellulite reduction, and full-body hair removal. Depending on the facility you visit, you may even be able to book a laser tattoo removal session or breast augmentation procedures.
The Viva group of day spas in Texas as well as the Ageless Appeal Med Spa in Iowa are well worth visiting if you are looking to have a medical spa procedure done in a luxurious setting.
The mental health benefits are endless
The COVID-19 pandemic has left countless Americans experiencing higher stress levels than ever before. While there are numerous ways to combat anxiety and stress, a visit to a luxurious spa may just do the trick. Whether you check into the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa or the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort And Spa in Florida, you can expect to enjoy a range of phenomenal mental benefits from your spa visit. When your body relaxes, your mind typically unwinds as well, leaving you feeling relaxed and invigorated.
Spa massages are also known to release serotonin, the happiness hormone, which can elevate your general mood for up to a few days following the massage. Your mental well-being can further benefit from the nutritious meals typically offered at spas as well as the calm atmosphere that helps you to forget about all your worries.
There are countless reasons why a post-pandemic spa vacation is a good idea. Not only are you bound to feel all your aches and pains disappear, but you will also return home feeling happier and more relaxed than you have felt in ages.
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