Kamis, 11 Juli 2019

Bathing Once A Day Makes Your Body More Healthy


Bathing Once A Day Makes Your Body More Healthy, This Is The Proof
There is NO official research on how often people should bathe, but people all over the world both in countries like India, the US, Spain and Mexico all bathe once a day, according to Euromonitor International.

On the AskAnAmerican channel, some of the top commentators in the US say they shower up to twice a day, depending on how often they exercise.

And in Brazil, where temperatures exceed 100 degrees during the summer, some people can bathe more than 11 times a week, according to Euromonitor.

The American Academy of Dermatology advises parents about how often they have to look at their children, based on how dirty and smelly they get.

If they are not too dirty, they recommend taking a bath at least once or twice a week for children between the ages of 6 and 11 years.

Their developing immune system needs small doses of bacteria and viruses to grow strong.

But once we reach age 12, the bathing guidelines begin to change.

AAD seems to assume that almost everyone is trying to get rid of the odor found in the body during adolescence, and has a routine for bathing more than twice when they reach puberty.

Actually, we might not need to take that much bath because the bath can remove skin moisture.

Soap used for bathing is made to attract dirt and oil from the skin.

When losing natural oils combined with hard rubbing of the body and washing using boiling water, it can dry your skin.

Skin damage from bathing does not stop when you finish bathing, according to David Leffell, author of "Total Skin: The Definitive Guide to Whole Skin Care for Life" and head of dermatological surgery at the Yale School of Medicine.

Leffell told Business Insider that when a person comes out of the bathroom and dries his body with a towel, the moisture left on the surface of their skin will completely disappear.

In other words, a layer of moisture is pulled from your skin when you come out of the bathroom, Leffell said.

Unfortunately for those who like to take a hot shower, the hotter the water, the worse the phenomenon of absorbing this moisture, because warm water evaporates so that it lifts the skin moisture even faster than cold.

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