Bath in the morning or at night? Reminder: "3 Bad time"

2 Feb 2023

The controversy about bathing in life has never stopped. For example, whether to use bath towels, the length of bathing time, etc., there are different arguments on the Internet, and there are many opinions about the best time for bathing.

Some friends are accustomed to taking a shower in the morning, while others are accustomed to taking a shower at night after dinner.

Which one is good for the body?

In fact, depending on each person's actual situation, physical condition, living environment, etc., the time period for bathing is also different, and it cannot be said in general terms which time period is the best time to take a bath!

For example, people with oily skin, morning exercises, excessive sweating at night, and mental workers can choose to take a bath after getting up in the morning. This can help you clean your skin, keep your skin clean and fresh , and at the same time play a refreshing role.

For people who need to calm down and relax before going to bed, insomniacs, make-up during the day, physical exercises during the day, and people whose surroundings are too messy, bathing at night can not only relieve and relax, make your sleep more stable, but also help To clean the skin, avoid excessive dryness, itching and other problems.

So, what time to take a bath depends entirely on personal needs and schedule!

This does not mean that bathing is suitable for any time period. For example, in the following situations, bathing should be avoided:  

1. You should avoid hot baths after breakfast and dinner

Many people are used to bathing after meals, they think that after a bath can relieve fatigue, remove the smell of body contamination when eating. Some friends even think that taking a bath after a meal can help digestion and improve body function .

But in fact, just eating a full meal is not the best time to take a bath. At this time, stimulating the body surface with hot water will only cause the blood vessels on the body surface to dilate and the blood will be redistributed, but affect the normal digestion of food.

Moreover, for patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular underlying diseases, such as coronary heart disease, atherosclerosis, three high and the like. Take a bath immediately after meals, when blood is assigned to the body surface and extremities, will only increase the burden on the heart to pump blood , resulting in lack of oxygen brain symptoms get worse , but also increases the chance of cardiovascular accidents.

2. Take a shower immediately after exercise, which is quite harmful

After a smooth physical exercise , everyone will feel exhausted physically and mentally, and they will be wrapped in sweat and sticky feelings. Some people will enter the bathroom immediately after exercise, or even directly choose to take a cold bath.

As everyone knows, this is also a very dangerous practice, which may also cause problems such as insufficient blood supply and increased blood pressure ! Even in the process of bathing , problems such as dizziness, chest tightness, shortness of breath and so on may suddenly appear .

3. Taking a bath after drinking is dangerous

Alcohol itself has the effect of expanding blood vessels. After drinking, the body has already experienced symptoms such as blood vessel dilation, increased heart rate, and decreased blood pressure .

If you take a bath at this time, it will only aggravate the symptoms of low blood pressure, prone to hypotension, fainting, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular accidents and other problems.

Finally, I would like to remind everyone that the purpose of bathing is to clean the body and keep yourself in a refreshed state.

Therefore, you should choose a suitable time period for cleaning, such as about 1 hour after meals, 1 hour after exercise, 1 hour before bed, etc. , are good time period.

If you experience chest tightness, shortness of breath, and discomfort during the bath, you should end it immediately and go out of the room to breathe. Always pay attention to physical abnormalities.

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