How to choose the water temperature of your spa ?
To use your spa all year round and enjoy your relaxation to the maximum, it is ideal to warm your spa. At what temperature to warm it? Choosing the temperature of your spa water depends on several factors that we will address next.
Choosing factors in the water temperature of your spa
Choosing your spa’s water temperature depends on several factors.
- The age of the user
- The time of use
- Physical condition
- Preferences and tastes
Choose the temperature of your spa
Your spa’s water temperature is usually between 32°C and 40°C. Most spa users agree on the fact that the most pleasant temperature to relax is between 3 °C and 38°C. Logically it is you who should find a commitment when sharing the moment of relaxation with other users!
For adults who do short sessions (10 minutes) it is advisable to keep the temperature of the spa water to a maximum of 39°C. Over 10 minutes at this temperature, there are risks of increased blood pressure, fatigue and increased heart rate. On the other hand, for longer spa sessions it would be necessary to vary the water temperature between 32°C and 3 °C. In addition, this temperature is perfectly suitable for children and pregnant women.
In fact, your spa’s water temperature cannot exceed 40°C. It is usually limited in the latest spa models. This is the maximum temperature an adult can handle. Further, there are risks to your health (blood pressure, cardiovascular risk …).
Note: Your spa’s temperature indicator may vary by +/- 2°C. It is advisable to use a thermometer for a more accurate indication before using your spa.
In conclusion, we advise you to consult a doctor before using your spa to determine which temperature suits you. If you have health problems, this is even more important, respiratory problems, blood circulation, diabetes …