We're basically adding a new Orlando every year.
Florida will continue growing by more than 300,000 people a year and will top 22 million residents in 2022, according to a report posted online this week by state economists.
The Demographic Estimating Conference updated population forecasts through April 1, 2024 and showed steady growth during the multi-year period.
“Between April 1, 2018 and April 1, 2024, population growth is expected to average 330,605 net new residents per year (906 per day), representing a compound growth rate of 1.53% over this six-year time horizon,” an executive summary of the report said. “These increases are analogous to adding a city slightly larger than Orlando every year.”
What does this mean? We need to order more Hot Tubs and Spas for our new customers.
For our new customers coming from the north, here are 7 health benefits of a hot tub.
1. Reduces levels of blood sugar
Scientific research that those suffering from type 2 diabetes can lower their blood sugar levels with regular use of a hot tub
2. Helps to Prevent headaches
Do you suffer from migraines or painful headaches? You may think reaching for a packet of painkillers is the only option. The good news is; studies have shown that regular use of an hot tub can ease and even prevent some headaches.
3. Reduces Pain
A leisurely soak in a hot tub is fantastic for people suffering from ailments like arthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, back pain and other aches and pains
4. Improves the Health of your skin
There are hundreds of creams and potions on the market, claiming to improve the condition of your skin and promising younger looking skin, but did you know that soaking in your hot tub can keep your skin in tip-top condition?
5. Relieving anxiety and stress
We all lead busy lives, what with worrying about work, money and family it’s no wonder that more people than ever are admitting to feeling stressed. Consequently, we need to unwind sometimes and a relaxing soak is perfect for letting your cares drift away.
6. Lowers Blood Pressure
High blood pressure is dangerous and is associated with several life-threatening conditions such as heart disease, kidney malfunction, strokes and hypertension. Recent studies have shown that sitting in the hot water lowers blood pressure.