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Burning Question- How hot should the water we bathe in be?

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There is nothing more soothing than a hot water bath on a cold winter day. And that’s a no brainer. But as good as these baths can feel, do you know they can have really adverse effects on your body? Which is why while gas water heater online in India makes sure you choose an electric water heater by Jaquar? The range of water heaters offers the option of clock temperature setting. You can set in whatever degree of temperature you want on the digital scale. Which means you can put in the exact temperature you want and the water won’t be half a degree hotter than just what’s perfect for you.

The water should ideally be about 2 degrees more than the normal body temperature, which is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Anywhere above 102F can result in hygiene and health issues. Washing your hair with water that is too hot can result in dandruff and thinning hair.  The heat can also cause the blood vessels in the skin to dilate. As a consequence the blood pressure can drop. To make up for the loss in pressure the heart beats faster and this can result in lightheadedness, even in the healthiest person.

Some people may feel nauseous after a hot bath, due to blood flow to the brain when soaking in a bath tub. It is also more likely to occur after eating. Blood flows away from the digestive tract and goes to the skin. These are some of the many harmful effects of hot water. Which is why,  when you shop for hot water heater Online make sure it has some features that help you select a temperature, that you want. You owe it to your health.

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