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With the onset of winter some misconceptions about health spread and people should take a bath regardless of the cold weather.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, here are the most common winter bath beliefs and misconceptions.
Bathing in cold water in winter
Despite the benefits of bathing in cold water in strengthening the immune system, it is not entirely suitable for people with heart problems and diseases because it causes irregular heartbeat as a result of extra effort to better circulate and maintain blood flow to other parts of the body. Its temperature.
It is desirable to adjust the temperature of the water so that it is not hot, cold or hot.
Taking a hot bath makes you feel hot
Bathing in hot water can lead to skin inflammation and redness, and can increase the intensity of steam inside the bathroom, causing burns and suffocation.
Reducing bath time will protect you from the flu
Bathing is not associated with colds and flu, as many people think.
The length of the rain is distributed with its recurrence
It is important to take a shower twice a week, not more than 8-10 minutes at a time, as the length of time you spend bathing the skin loses its oils. Become dry and red.
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