Six Myths about Bathing

Ever heard of myths about bathing? About as if your take a bath at night, then your body will feel weaken, shower the water from the under first then to the head so the body does not be shocked and lots of other on bathe which are not known for its truth. Following are some of other myths on same thing but have been confirmed for its truth.

1. BATHE AFTER A MEAL, YOU WILL GET POT-BELLIED STOMACH
There is no well-defined relation between bathe and digestion.

2. BATH AFTER EXERCISE, THEN YOU GET WATERY LUNG
When your body is hot, the vein in your skin will expand. But if you bathe when the body is still warm and hot, the sudden cooling will shrinks the vein impetuously and this condition is harmful to your heart. So take a rest first before bathing.

3. DO NOT BATHE IF HAVING A FEVER OR SMALLPOX
Bathing is suggested for body cleanliness except if you are experiencing a very high fever.

4. NIGHT BATH WILL WEAKEN THE BODY
Body may catch a cold, that's probably right. But it also depends on the person's habit. Safer if you bathe at night using warm water and add some aroma therapy oil to make you body relax.

5. HOT WATER BATH GIVE CLEANER BODY
Right. But if too often will cause dry skin. Cold water will make body feels fresher and care for skin humidity.

6. COARSE SKIN AFTER A BATH MEANS CLEAN
Coarse feeling may be caused by the waste from soap on skin in form of 'calcium soap' which is formed when the soap reacts with minerals in water.

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