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What are the perks of treating yourself to a bubble bath?

What are the perks of treating yourself to a bubble bath?

Showering is the most common form of bathing worldwide. Most of us do not have the extra time since we’re rushing for work or school during the mornings. However, there are days that we want to soak in the tub to wash away the stress and anxiety.

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Benefits of taking a bubble bath

No one can resist the allure of a relaxing bubble bath but here are more reasons why one must do it once in a while. Here are some physical and mental health benefits of choosing it over a quick shower rinse:

Being horizontal in the water improves your mood

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Apparently, our bodies associate horizontal conditions with relaxation and vulnerability.  In this case, the bath can possibly mimic the warm, liquid conditions of the womb. Some scientists think that this particular positioning gives us a sensation of security.

Can help detoxify the skin

We all know that during a warm bath, heat opens up your pores. Also. it makes you sweat so is a great way of getting rid of toxins and boosting your lymphatic system. Because of these two reasons, a warm bubble bath is a good way to give your skin a deep clean.

It can soothe sore muscles and help in blood circulation

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Feeling severe backaches lately? Taking a warm bubble bath can be the answer to your dilemma. Heat can relieve pain from aching muscles. It also promotes better blood circulation so it’s definitely good for overall health.

It improves your immune health

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Every time we have a fever, our body’s immune system is fighting off an infection or virus. It seems that the high temperature makes your immune system function more efficiently. There’s a recommendation to take a hot bath when you’re dealing with a viral infection.

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It helps you fall asleep faster

During the nighttime, our body produces melatonin when our body temperature naturally decreases. This melatonin is known as the sleep hormone. So how can a warm bubble bath help? Once you get out of the tub, your body will naturally cool down and produce melatonin.

So next time you’re wondering to invest in a portable bathtub or not, this might help you decide!

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