Top Rated Discussions. Log In. Tagged Discussions. I just can't take a warm bath. It has to be so hot that I have trouble sinking down into it! And I will be beat red from head to toe when I get out. Now, I know that's not good for the hair or skin, but are there any physical effects of it? I mean, does it cause health problems? I have really poor circulation and I'm anemic and my toenails like kind of come off on their own. My man seems to think that this could be a part of the reason some of these things are happening.
8 Harsh Reasons as to Why You’re Still Broke
My addictions were reliably consistent—I always felt relief when I acted out. Of course, that relief was fleeting and was always quickly replaced by remorse, self-loathing, and an increase of everything I was trying to avoid in the first place. I think my addictions are like hot water. Life happens and sometimes it stinks. Sometimes it really hurts. When I take a hot shower on a cold winter morning I like to take my time. It feels great. Why would I ever want to step out of that warm shower? My addictions have been my hot shower.
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We shower in hot water because it feels good, right? However, whether or not hot showers are good for our body is a different question altogether. If cold showers are so good for us, that must make us question the pros and cons of hot showers. Is comfort the only thing hot showers have going for them, or is there more to it than that? This article outlines all the reasons why you should stop taking hot showers every morning, and maybe switch to cold showers or something in-between.