Bathing at different temperatures has different effects on the body, generally speaking, there are hot baths, warm baths, and cold baths.

Hot water bath: about 38 ℃-40. Before bathing, test the water with your hand to ensure it is slightly hot. The main benefit of a hot bath is that it can help cleanse the skin. It can also promote blood circulation, enhance metabolism, and provide relief for conditions such as neuralgia and rheumatoid arthritis.

Warm bath: about 35 degrees. Test the water with your hand to ensure it is slightly warm. This temperature is slightly higher than the skin temperature and slightly lower than the body temperature, making it perfect for soaking.

Warm baths are particularly beneficial in summer as they can calm the nerves, reduce the cardiovascular burden, and provide relief for hypertension, neurasthenia, insomnia, and itchy skin.

Cold bath: about 20 degrees. Cold baths not only increase the number of white blood cells and improve immunity, but also have a dilating effect on blood vessels, preventing thrombosis.

Cold baths also aid in exercising one's willpower and improve the body's ability to adapt to external climate changes. It also delays the aging of tissues and organs and keeps the skin in good condition.

In general, a hot bath has the following benefits for the body:

Accelerates metabolism: Hot water can stimulate hormone secretion, such as adrenaline and thyroxine, to discharge toxins from the body and improve metabolism.

Relieves local pain: By increasing blood supply to poorly ventilated areas, hot baths can help relieve pain. For example, a hot towel compress can be used to relieve menstrual cramps.

Improves respiratory function: Drinking boiled water can relieve tension in the respiratory mucosa and help expel phlegm. Inhaling hot water vapor can also resist germs and eliminate mucus in the lungs.

Eliminates brain fatigue: Hot baths can accelerate blood circulation and improve blood supply to the brain, leading to a reduction in cerebral cortex excitation and fatigue.

Improves resilience: Taking a bath in a water temperature of 39 degrees Celsius can improve communication problems caused by autism. A warm environment also improves resilience and makes immune cells more active, indirectly aiding in disease prevention.

It is recommended to wear a bathrobe directly after bathing as it absorbs moisture. Bathrobes are usually made of towel material, with better water absorption than a regular bath towel, making it more convenient to wrap the body.