Which is better for health? Shower with cold water or steam

Sunday, 12 September 2021
Medical research on the best way to shower and how often Medical research on the best way to shower and how often Cold water or steam, which is better for bathing?

#Vision_Int, Dubai United Arab Emirates:-- Research on determining the cumulative effect of routine cold showers on illness, quality of life, and work productivity suggests that a cold shower can help ward off illness.

According to research published in the journal PLoS One, sick days and sick absence from work were recorded.

Quality of life, work productivity, anxiety, heat sensitivity, and adverse reactions were also monitored.

The researchers found that "routine bathing (switching from hot to cold water) resulted in a statistical decrease in self-reported sickness absence, but not sick days in adults without severe comorbidities."

Health Effects of Bathing Every Day

According to Harvard Health, normal, healthy skin maintains a layer of oil and a balance of "good" bacteria and other microorganisms, and "washing and scrubs remove these properties, especially if the water is hot."

As a result, the skin may become dry, irritated or itchy, and dry, cracked skin may allow bacteria and allergens to penetrate the barrier that the skin is supposed to provide; This allows the occurrence of skin infections and allergic reactions.

Hot steam shower

Most people opt for a hot steam shower, where the hot water runs, creating thick clouds of steam that fills the bathroom.

Steam offers a range of health benefits, such as boosting blood circulation and relieving stress, although there are hidden health risks to this method.

Abbas Kinani explained; Chemist Click Pharmacist: "Steam from showering can make you feel dizzy and dizzy."

He explained that this happens because "the body's response to its high temperature is to move the blood to the surface of the skin to cool before returning it inside."

Feeling dizzy and dizzy may be a telltale sign that the steam is causing a drop in blood pressure.

Kanani explained; How steam can lower blood pressure, he says, "During this process, the arteries widen, becoming larger than they normally would, causing blood to flow with less pressure as a result."

He added that in addition to dizziness or lightheadedness, nausea can also indicate low blood pressure.

While this may sound benign, a prolonged drop in blood pressure can have serious consequences.

According to the Mayo Clinic, "Severe drops in blood pressure can deprive your body of enough oxygen to function, causing damage to your heart and brain."

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