For most people, the temperature of their bathing water depends on the general temperature of the atmosphere.
When the weather is hot, we take a cold shower. When the weather is cold, we opt for a hot shower.
People rarely take into account the impact of the temperature of the water that hits their skin every day.
Here is everything you need to know before choosing the temperature of your shower.
Relaxes the muscles
Feeling stressed and tense? Take a hot shower to relax your muscles.
Hot water kills off bacteria and therefore prevents you from falling sick.
Hot water is the perfect natural remedy for those headaches you can’t seem to shake off.
Hot water aids in bringing down swellings faster.
Feeling anxious? Hot water has unlimited therapeutic properties.
Acts as nasal decongestant
If you’re finding it difficult to breathe, take a hot shower and watch the steam clear your airways.
Removes toxins from skin
Hot water clears out the unwanted toxins from your skin.
Many people experience coughs, because of phlegm. By taking a hot shower, you can loosen up the phlegm and help to diminish a cough.
Stimulates immune system
Cold water acts as a catalyst to enhance your immune system which helps your body fight off infection.
Feeling dull or lazy? Take a cold shower to wake you and keep you bright-eyed.
You weren’t expecting this but cold water actually prevents you from catching a cold.
Stimulates anti-depressant hormones
Cold water stimulates the hormones that keep you happy.
Accelerates your metabolism
Cold water also accelerates your metabolism that prepares your body to fight diseases.
Frees up the mind
Feeling mentally stuck? Take a cold shower to free your mind.
Tightens the skin
No one likes loose skin or wrinkles. Cold showers tighten the skin giving you firmer and smoother skin.
Reduces hair loss
Cold water is more gentle on your hair follicles, therefore reducing chances of hair loss.
Cold water is one of the greatest remedies for stress. From drinking water to refresh you or taking a cold shower.
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