Thanksgiving is almost here, and the holidays are upon us. This means your digestive tract will be working overtime.
If you’re like most of us, you over-indulge at Thanksgiving and during the holidays. If so, you know what inevitably comes – that feeling of being overly full and uncomfortable. Sound like you? We’ve got a tip that can help!
In this article, we look at how you can relive that over-stuffed feeling and say goodbye to digestion issues for good…
Did you just purchase a new hot tub? Or, perhaps you moved into a home with an existing hot tub. Either way, you might be wondering just what to do next.
In this article, we look at five tips for first-time hot tub owners. Do remember, though, that at Townley Pool and Spa, we are here for you every step of the way. Call, stop by, contact us by email, and we’re happy to provide you all the information you need. Read more
Shopping for a spa can be a bit overwhelming. How do you know which manufacturer is the best or what features are most important? Here’s how to begin the hot tub research process and your hot tub shopping journey with self-assurance. Read more
Once the cold weather begins, you start to hear sneezes and sniffles around every corner. Scratchy throats are the harbingers of the common cold and flu. So how can you stay healthy?
We know no one wants to get sick, so we did our research and put together these five tips for staying healthy during cold and flu season. Read more
What is Hydrotherapy?
In its basic form, hydrotherapy is a type of warm or cold water massage that helps relieve pain.
David Townley shows us a couple of secrets to having a good hot tub experience. Here’s how to have hot tub soaking success in your Hot Spring Spa.
What makes you happy? Is it fun-times, your circumstances, possessions, money, family or friends?
While it might be any number of things including biological, personality, behavioral and cultural, the truth about happiness is that it’s largely a chemical experience created by our feel good chemicals.
The emotions and sensations we associate with happiness stem from four neurochemicals, hormones and neurotransmitters in the brain.
Why does this matter? It means that even when things aren’t going just as you’d like them or negative things creep up, you can increase your happy brain chemicals and make your day better.
In this article, we look at how to say hello to your body’s feel good chemicals.