• Showering @ night

    Does showering at night actually help make you sleep better. I shower in the morning and after hearing all sorts of stuff about showering at night I feel like I should shower at night. Is this true?

Responses

  • 1 month ago

    RE: Showering @ night

    It helps some people. My hubby if he cannot fall asleep will get up and have a big spoonful of peanut butter, he says that it works for him about 75% of the time. For me if I ride our exercise bike say for 10 miles, then take a shower it helps me fall asleep. My issue is that I wake up after about 2 hours and then cannot seem to fall back asleep.

    There are a number of so called sleepy time teas, that help some people as well. Hope you find something that works for you soon.
  • 28 days ago

    RE: Showering @ night

    For me, yes, it helps a lot. Frankly, I can not imagine going to bed filthy, especially if I've been active or sweating heavily. That said, I do sleep well out hunting for a week or so, but the first thing I do when I get home (after kissing my squeeze and petting the dogs) is to shower. If you prefer sleeping in your grunge, then fine; git 'er done. I don't buy the "I want to be clean for work" argument, because you can do a quick rinse in the morning and get clean and awaked just as well as a longer shower; after all, you probably did not sweat a great deal at night, but if you did, shower again. BUT, you gotta do what feels best for you!
  • 28 days ago

    RE: Showering @ night

    Yeah showering at night will help you sleep better. It always worked for me. I feel so refresh and relex.

    From Sabrina
  • 19 days ago

    RE: Showering @ night

    Showering at night I have always showed at night the hot water relaxes me then I go to bed and read a little it really does relax you and help you fall asleep and like others say if you sweat a lot or feel like you need to shower in morning go for it good luvk