Hot water v/s Cold water Bath

Hot Water

  • Reduces tiredness
  • Reduces headaches
  • Relaxes the muscles
  • Relieves of nasal congestion
  • Opens pores and cleanses the skin
  • Lowers body tension
  • Alleviates migraine
  • Reduces swelling
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Removes toxin from the skin
  • Reduces puffiness
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Moist heat for painful head spasms
  • Good for muscle cramps
  • Hot water bag –best for easing period pain
  • Increase your blood flow
  • Skin pores open, and the oil and grease in your pores starts to come out
  • Increase your oxytocin level, which is a love hormone
  • Works as a body massage
  • Breaks your fever
  • Relieves muscle soreness in the back

But If you have a problems with high blood pressure or cardiovascular disease, don’t take too hot water for bath, as it can increase your blood pressure.

Cold Water

  • Calming itchy skin
  • Waking you up
  • Increasing circulation
  • Reducing muscle soreness post-workout
  • Potentially boosting weight loss
  • Glowing hair and skin
  • When that cold spray hits your body, there’s a bit of shock. This shock increases: oxygen intake, heart rate, alertness.
  • Prevents cold
  • Tightens the skin
  • Reduces tension in mind
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Accelerates metabolism
  • Stimulates anti-depression hormones
  • Frees up the mind
  • Reduces hair loss
  • Improves fertility
  • Improves immunity and blood circulation
  • Gives extra dose of energy
  • Hydrated your skin and hair
  • Improves concentration
  • Improves mood
  • Relieves inflammation
  • Good for sprain treatment
  • Removes from shock
  • Works best in depression
  • Skin pores close
  • Feel refreshed

So, now you know the benefits of hot water and cold water too, so according to your body, just decide which is better for you.

According to me, the ideal way is the combination of both.

Take a nice hot shower, and 10 seconds before the end of your bath, switch to cold water.

Remember…always apply a moisturizer after the bath.