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  • Walk In Tubs Provide Safety, Accessibility And Beauty

    Do you want a beautiful-looking bathtub but have trouble climbing in and out of one? If so, then your solution is a walk-in bathtub, as they provide safety, accessibility, and beauty for your bathroom.

    Some striking features of walk-in bathtubs include:

    Safety - The most wonderful thing about a walk-in bathtub is they are very safe for older people. Because of their leak-proof door seal, access in and out of the bathtub is very easy. Also, walk-in bathtubs are only a few inches up from the ground. This feature makes these tubs safer compared to traditional bathtubs where one has to climb in and out. It minimizes the risk of slipping and falling.

    Independence - Walk-in bathtubs only require limited mobility to get in. This reduces the need of assistance for people with disabilities or limited mobility compared to traditional bathtubs.

    Maintenance of water temperature - A walk-in bathtub has inline heaters which keep the water temperature constant throughout a bath session. This ensures a relaxed, soothing bathing session.

    Enhances sleep - A warm and a soothing bath before going to bed helps us in achieving peace of mind and body, which is need for a good night’s sleep. This can be easily achieved with the help of one of these bathtubs.

    Spa-like experience – Walk-in bathtubs help in getting a tranquil spa-like experience. A lot of walk-in bathtubs have jets built into them.

    Relief from joint pain - The natural buoyancy of water in both walk-in bathtubs and traditional bathtubs reduces weight, which promotes the release of pressure from joints and also decompresses cartilage.

    Beauty with easy usability - If you want a bathtub that looks good and allows for a quick tub exit, then go for a walk-in bathtub. Walk-in bathtubs often have rapid auto drain technology that drains water from the bathtub faster.

    All of the reasons listed above are why walk-in bathtubs are much better for older people than traditional bathtubs.
    Apr 06, 2017
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