Cold Showers

Cold showers (defined as any water temperature below 70 degrees) have many known health benefits. Water therapy (also called hydrotherapy) has been used for centuries to take advantage of our body’s tendency to adapt to harsher conditions. As a result, our bodies become more resistant to stress.

The best and easiest way to take a cold shower is to ease into the habit. Start by slowly lowering the temperature at the end of your usual shower. Get the water cold enough that you start to feel uncomfortable. Then, stay underneath the water for thirty seconds and gradually increase the time until you can tolerate about 5 minutes.

Taking cold showers increases our endorphins (pleasure-producing hormones), improves our metabolism, enhances circulation and helps fight off many minor illnesses. In addition, it has been scientifically established that cold showers are effective in the following ways:

  • Improves mood and focus
  • Helps boost immunity
  • Improves circulation
  • Reduces muscle soreness post-workout
  • Helps with anxiety and depression
  • Improves electro-chemicals signals in the brain

You are entering a new and exciting world of taking better care of yourself than you ever have before! Now is the time to add this wonderful tool to your wellness toolkit. Once you experience the benefits of cold showers, you will begin to see changes in your health picture that will reap positive, lasting rewards.

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Here are a few recommendations we have related to this topic:

Our pick for a Dual Shower Head similar to the one pictured. 

Wall Hot/Cold Control to easily turn the temp to your desire.

And for when you want it to feel like you are experiencing rain from the the heavens, here is the Ultimate Combo Rain Shower Experience.

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