Men take a shower every day, which can clean their skin and relieve fatigue and stress throughout the day. However, improper bathing methods can also cause physical injury.
When is it not suitable to take a shower?
What should men pay attention to when taking a shower?
Under what circumstances are men
Can't take a shower?
1. After exercise
Many people like to take a hot bath to remove dirt immediately after exercise, but in fact, their physical condition has not yet returned to a stable state after exercise, so it is not advisable to take a bath immediately, especially in hot baths and saunas.
Expert introduction: After exercising, it is best to rest for 30-45 minutes before taking a shower. Warm water showers should be completed within 5-10 minutes, and the water temperature should not be between 36-39 ℃, especially for those with weaker physical fitness.
2. Go to bed immediately after taking a shower
Although bathing can improve sleep, it is not advisable to go to bed immediately after bathing. Because after taking a shower, the body temperature will rise, which is not conducive to the secretion of hormones that help sleep. It is best to schedule the shower time 1-2 hours before bedtime.
At the same time, it is important to note that after taking a shower, your hair must be dried before going to bed. If you sleep with dry hair, it not only seriously affects the quality of sleep, but also easily causes headaches.
3. Likes taking hot baths
Generally speaking, the internal temperature of a person is 40 ℃, so bathing in warm water at 40 ℃ has the most ideal effect on eliminating fatigue.
If the water temperature is too high, it will consume more heat and make people more uncomfortable; If the water temperature is too low, blood vessels will contract and it is not easy to eliminate fatigue.
4. Likes taking long baths
Some people like to take a bath, and even listen to music while soaking in the bathtub, unaware that prolonged soaking is detrimental to their health. Because taking a bath for too long can easily cause fatigue, heart ischemia, and hypoxia.
In addition, prolonged bathing can lead to a corresponding decrease in blood supply to the head, which can easily lead to cerebral ischemia and accidents.