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Is It OK to Shower at Night?

After a hard day at work, all we want to do is kick back and relax. Guys and gals have different ways of relaxing. Guys usually lie back on the couch, grab a beer and switch on the TV. Gals, on the other hand, would prefer to sit in a quiet corner, sip some tea or hot chocolate and indulge in their book. Guys and gals may not agree on their ways of relaxing after a long day at work. But one thing is certain: Everybody loves a good shower to refresh and rejuvenate those cramped and stressed muscles.

Taking a shower is a good way to rejuvenate oneself. It makes us feel good about ourselves. It makes us feel clean and fresh since it washes away the dirt and toxins off our body. A good shower leaves us with a soft and smooth feeling.

However, there are several myths surrounding the act of taking a shower at night. Rumors and old wives’ tales are saying that it’s bad. Well, they are what they are — just rumors. If you think about it, showers give you a great feeling. They soothe tension and let your mind relax and escape the stress and pressures of work. In fact, it’s a great way of dealing with insomnia.

A warm night shower can even bring back the mood for romance with your special someone. Slipping into bed with a soft, smooth and clean feeling is pure bliss. It’ll definitely make for a night of romance.




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