Bathing is essential for everyone. It is necessary to take a bath once a day to get rid of dirt and to feel fresh throughout the day. All the fatigue is removed from the bath and the mood becomes perfectly good. Most people bath only in the morning, but some have a habit to take bath both in the morning and evening. Do you know that there are different benefits of bathing twice a day? If not, then check it out!
Benefits of bathing at night- To stay well and sleep well, taking a bath before bedtime is very important. Bathing at least 90 minutes before bedtime will cool down the body temperature and also you will get deep sleep.
Taking a shower, lowers the level of stress hormone called ‘Cortisol’ and improves mental health. In the night the body makes the skin cells healthy and removes dead cells and produces new cells.
Benefits of bathing in the morning- Bathing in the morning removes all the stress and pressure from the brain increasing your creativity.
It is necessary for the men who shave in the morning, to take bath. Because lukewarm water stops the growth of the undeveloped hair and open the skin pores, resulting in better shave.
5 benefits of a night shower (including improved sleep)
1. Improved sleep
But first things first, better sleep. Abrams explains that body temperature is a key component in regulating circadian rhythm, the inner clock that tells the body when to feel sleepy or bright-eyed. Researchers have found that warming your body can help bring on sleep as long as there’s enough time to cool down afterward. While the studies were examining baths, a 20-minute shower would work the same, says Shelby Harris, director of behavioral sleep medicine at New York’s Montefiore Medical Center. Just be sure to aim for the circadian sweet spot and finish your shower about an hour and a half before you go to bed.
2. A clean bed
Do you really want to sleep with all the grime-sweat-germs you picked up during the day? Showering before slipping between the sheets promises you won’t be stewing all night with the things you gathered all day.
3. Reduced laundry
How often do you launder your pajamas and sheets? However often it is, you can do it less frequently if you are not introducing a dirty body into them every night.
4. Better skin
Washing your face before bed is not exclusive to showering, but doing them together makes it much easier. According to the National Sleep Foundation, washing your face before bed helps reduce breakouts, improves your moisturizer’s efficacy, helps prevents wrinkles and lessens your chance of eye infections.
5. An improved morning routine
While a shower can certainly wake you up, skipping one is nothing a cold splash of water on the face and a cup of coffee (if you swing that way) can’t cure. One wonderful bonus of showering at night means that you free up that shower-drying time in the morning for something else that brings you joy – which is the best way to start the day. Whether it be meditation, sunrise viewing, writting, morning quality time with a partner or family member, a relaxed cup of coffee with a book … or even an extra 20 minutes of sleep, you can now have the extra time to do it.