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Personal Vortex so You can Breathe

Lay flat in the Tub or Spa but not drown.
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I have a sore back and neck but am lucky enough to have a Hot Tub Spa at my disposal. The trouble is, that in order to immerse the afflicted area into the soothing heat I must partially recline as it is not deep enough to do so even by sitting on the bottom. This reclining position entails tilting my head forward which actually further strains my sore neck. What is clearly required here is a series of carefully aimed jets which create a small vortex around my head and face area. I can now lie down fully supine, center my face in the vortex and still breathe. Much more comfortable than some awkward snorkel system which seems the only alternative.
AusCan531, May 02 2018


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       // the only alternative //   

       Tracheotomy ?   

       // Breath //   

       Sp. "Breathe" ?
8th of 7, May 02 2018
  

       oops. 'e' added.
AusCan531, May 03 2018
  

       Oh good, can you breath now ? Must have been a bit awkward before ...
8th of 7, May 03 2018
  

       Awkwarde
AusCan531, May 03 2018
  

       //the vortex   

       Probably make a nice of cup as well.   

       Stupid question, if you tilt the spa bath a bit, would that not also get your achy bits deeper into the water?
not_morrison_rm, May 04 2018
  


 

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