Daily Fit 4/22/19: Surprising Cold Shower Benefits
Health Tip of The Day: Cold Showers Can Help You Fend Off Illness And Speed Up Your Recovery, Among Other Health Benefits
What Science Says: A nice hot shower at the end of a long day can be pure bliss, but it’s not necessarily the best for your health. In a study involving more than 3,000 participants, scientists found that those who took more cold showers reported 70 percent less illness during the workday compared to participants who only took hot showers. Researchers have also found that cold showers could help speed up recovery following exercise, help burn fat and promote “hardening” — the strengthening of your body’s tolerance to stress and disease.
The Takeaway: Hot showers might be enjoyable, but consider turning the dial over to cold once in a while for some serious health and wellness benefits. Taking a cold shower in the morning can also help relieve fatigue and increase your mental alertness, making you ready to take the day by storm. [Swirled]
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