It’s a well-known problem in the spa industry that people have complained about for years.
People have even tried to get rid of it.
The problem is that the spa can be a magnet for bacteria, viruses and other potentially harmful organisms.
But the spa itself isn’t the problem.
There’s a whole host of other health issues associated with the spa and what’s happening to the spa’s health.
The spa has been around for decades, and the spa is well known for its spa treatments, but what makes the spa different from other home-based treatments is the use of high-tech, highly controlled, controlled air systems.
These systems are meant to create a high-pressure environment where air is forced down the walls, not the inside of the spa, where bacteria can thrive.
They’re used for treating patients with conditions like chronic bronchitis, asthma and eczema.
The system is a highly controlled system that has never been used in a commercial setting, said Beth Lohman, senior director of corporate health and wellness for the Spa Alliance of the United States, an industry trade group.
“The spa is one of the only settings in the world that we use highly controlled air in the home,” Lohmann said.
It’s like a high school kid, trying to do what they think is right in front of them.
But if the spa isn’t treated properly, the spa could actually be making people sick.
According to the Spa Association, nearly 1 million people visited the spa annually in the U.S. in 2016.
But it was more like 400,000 people each year in 2015, and that number is expected to increase by a third in the next few years.
Lohman said a lot of the people who visit the spa have health issues that include chronic respiratory infections, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), COPD-like lung disease, and bronchiolitis obliterans, or inflammation of the airways.
In many cases, these conditions are chronic and may be exacerbated by stress and/or stress-induced illnesses.
The spa can exacerbate these problems.
The result of a spa’s treatment, Lohm said, can be that it’s not really about the spa as a place of healing, but rather about the treatment of patients with chronic conditions.
For example, if you’ve been using a spa treatment for a long time, it can take a long period of time for the symptoms to fade, she said.
And if the patient hasn’t fully recovered, the treatment is often not effective.
“What people want is not just the spa treatment, but for their chronic conditions to be completely controlled,” Lomahn said.
That means that they’re not getting the benefits of the therapy they’re getting.
Lohms said that in the past few years, there has been a decline in spa visitors, and some of the patients who do come back often have serious complications from the treatments they’re taking.
“We have seen a very dramatic decrease in the number of patients who have returned in the last few years,” she said, “so it’s really hard to find a spa for people that needs to be in that setting.”
The spa industry has been working to address the issue for years, Lomohman added, but some have been slow to do so.
There are many steps that need to be taken to keep the spa safe, she noted, and one of those steps is the establishment of a state-of-the-art air system that’s able to create the pressure needed to push air down the spa walls.
The industry has also developed a list of health codes that cover the treatment area, and those codes are being enforced more closely than ever.
That means the industry has to be vigilant, Lofman said.
“I think the spa community has really made the decision to really focus on those things, and to make sure the state of the art is in place,” Lofmann said, adding that the industry is also trying to educate the public about the dangers of air pollution and to ensure that people understand the risks associated with air pollution.