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SpaRealx Attend The 9th Shenzhen International Exhibition Of Boats And Equipment

2017-12-05 15:50:53

October 22, 2016, The ninth China ( Shenzhen ) International yachts and Equipment Exhibition opened in Shenzhen Dapeng Qixing – Bay,We participated in this Grand Exhibition, Main product is our 9 - seats social Party SPA.

On the exhibition, Company staff introduce the specific features of the

There are a lot of good benefits if you have a hot tub, and you always enjoy it with your friends and your family members.

Dr Steve Faulkner, says that having a hot relaxing bath may have similar health benefits to exercising and can help prevent type 2 diabetes.

He explained to The Conversation that, though a hot bath has always been relaxing, it is only recently that science has begun to discover how "passive heating" can improve health.

Dr Faulkner and his team have investigated the effect a hot bath has on blood sugar control and the number of calories burned. The study involved 14 people each enjoying an hour-long soak in a bath run at 40 degrees as well as heading out on a hour's cycle.

The two tests were designed to raise core body temperature by just one degree so that the team could measure how many calories were burned in each session.

Though cycling did burn more calories, they found that a hot bath used up as many calories as a 30-minute walk.

"The overall blood sugar response to both conditions was similar, but peak blood sugar after eating was about 10% lower when participants took a hot bath compared with when they exercised," Dr Faulkner reports.

He also explained that the anti-inflammatory properties of exercise are important for our immune systems and help us fight diseases: "This suggests that repeated passive heating may contribute to reducing chronic inflammation, which is often present with long-term diseases, such as type 2 diabetes".

Not that these findings will make us choose having a bath over going for a walk, but they definitely help us feel completely happy indulging in both more often.

to every customer in detail, Show every feature of the spa hot tub.Our massage bathtub attracted a large number of customers stopped to have a look, Also praised by many international friends.

The aim of we participated this exhibition is to broaden horizons, learning, Exchange and cooperation in Outdoor Spa Field. Take full advantage of the opportunity this Outdoor Whirlpool exhibition, Exchange and communication with customers and dealers, further expand our company's visibility and influence in spa industry.


On this exhibition, we gain a lot of harvest, we have showed our mainstream spa products to customers and dealers, collect potential customer information,learn more about the latest market of

There are a lot of good benefits if you have a hot tub, and you always enjoy it with your friends and your family members.

Dr Steve Faulkner, says that having a hot relaxing bath may have similar health benefits to exercising and can help prevent type 2 diabetes.

He explained to The Conversation that, though a hot bath has always been relaxing, it is only recently that science has begun to discover how "passive heating" can improve health.

Dr Faulkner and his team have investigated the effect a hot bath has on blood sugar control and the number of calories burned. The study involved 14 people each enjoying an hour-long soak in a bath run at 40 degrees as well as heading out on a hour's cycle.

The two tests were designed to raise core body temperature by just one degree so that the team could measure how many calories were burned in each session.

Though cycling did burn more calories, they found that a hot bath used up as many calories as a 30-minute walk.

"The overall blood sugar response to both conditions was similar, but peak blood sugar after eating was about 10% lower when participants took a hot bath compared with when they exercised," Dr Faulkner reports.

He also explained that the anti-inflammatory properties of exercise are important for our immune systems and help us fight diseases: "This suggests that repeated passive heating may contribute to reducing chronic inflammation, which is often present with long-term diseases, such as type 2 diabetes".

Not that these findings will make us choose having a bath over going for a walk, but they definitely help us feel completely happy indulging in both more often.

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