There are many of us who have that one friend or roommate who doesn’t believe it is necessary to shower regularly or maintain their personal hygiene. But after a while of skipping showers, things can become unpleasant for you and those around you.

You begin to release foul-smelling body odors, your hair will become extremely greasy, and your skin can even break out due to all the grime that has accumulated on it. There are a few benefits to showering every morning. For one thing, it can help wake you up and get off to a clean and energized start.

The human body continuously produces bacteria that live on your body. There are approximately 1,000 different types of bacteria and about 40 types of fungi living on the skin. Although bacteria living on your skin may sound unhygienic, these bacteria are actually good for you and help keep you healthy.

Good bacteria help destroy other unhealthy microbes on the skin, and by showering, you help add extra protection against daily pathogens. However, by avoiding a shower you are essentially creating an opportunity for bacteria to reproduce.

Increased levels of bacteria combined with natural sweat from your skin can result in bacterial growth, which can lead to fungal infections. You don’t have to leave the house or sweat profusely to create a breeding ground for bacteria. They grow daily, even in the comfort of your home.

Although showering frequently is incredibly important, washing your hair is a different story. Hair maintenance requires a different approach. People often benefit from washing their hair twice a week to prevent their hair from becoming too dry and delicate. Allowing your hair’s natural oils to take over every so often is a great way to provide natural care for your scalp and hair.

Make sure to shower daily, as it will help lower your chances of skin infections, and be sure to treat your hair with care. We all know that soap and water are beneficial, so now it’s just a matter of making sure to take advantage of them.

Related: When’s the Best Time to Shower: Morning or Night?


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