Do you make a face when you think of taking a bath? Does it seem like it will take too long or it’s something just for kids? You may be surprised when you sit in a tub with lots of bubbles for half an hour.
There’s something very therapeutic about taking a bath and being able to just sit in lots of bubbles using a wash cloth or loofah sponge to help your pores detoxify. I recommend at least a twenty minute bath to reap the benefits. You’ll find that also it helps to not bring in your cell phone, palm pilot and other reminders of daily commitments and obligations. Use this time just for yourself and bring in some relaxing CDs and music.
There are some cute little neck pillows that you can use to put your head on the side of the tub in a relaxed posture. Also depending on the product, there are some bath products that have high mineral content and will help your body absorb needed calcium, magnesium and potassium. This is one reason why people can feel so good after a bath.
If you suffer from arthritis, joint pain due to injury or tense shoulders from stress, you may find tremendous relief through a bath that won’t usually occur in a shower due to duration of time being too short.
Take some time and be a “kid” again and get into a warm tub of water. There never seems to be enough time in the day for so many things we love to do but taking time for this can change your whole day or evening and an attitude shift is priceless.
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