The weather in the Fort Myers, Florida, area is fantastic for getting in the pool and relaxing. With a heated swimming pool, you can increase the health benefits you’ll receive from swimming and be able to use it year-round.

Relaxes Muscles and Joints

Pools are a great way to help joint problems through water aerobics. Heated pools let you get a good workout in year-round, and the heat is great for relaxing muscles. For arthritis sufferers, swimming in warm water is proven to reduce pain in your joints and back.

Improves Blood Circulation

Swimming in a heated pool, no matter the season, is a great way to improve your blood circulation. In addition to being able to exercise through swimming, the warm water helps your circulatory system expand.

Relieves Stress in a Heated Pool

One of our favorite benefits of swimming are the wonders it can perform in reducing your stress levels. There’s nothing more relaxing than taking a dip in a heated pool in fall or winter. Swimming during the winter can also help combat depression and seasonal affective disorder.

Avoids Cold Shock

When you swim in cold water, you can shock your body and decrease your pool’s health benefits. Cold water can worsen respiratory problems, make your joints stiffer, and is simply uncomfortable. A heated pool lets you take advantage of your pool no matter the time of day or year. Installing a heating system in your pool is one of the many ways you can keep your home comfortable in the winter.

Improve Breathing

If you experience respiratory problems or want to improve your lung capacity, swimming in a heated pool can help you. Swimming, in general, is a great way to improve your lung capacity, but you’ll need a heated pool to reap the benefits throughout the whole year. In the winter the air becomes dry, causing respiratory problems to worsen. Heated pools are a great way to help reverse these respiratory irritants.

Install a heating system in your pool to swim year-round by giving our team at Spectrum Air Conditioning and Refrigeration a call at (239) 785-2149.

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