Taking cold showers provides surprising health benefits, from burning fat to depression relief.
In this video you will learn why you should turn your shower handles to cold, and take advantage of a ton of awesome health benefits.
If you're like most people, you hate the idea of taking a cold shower. We've gotten so used to showering in warm water that we only really notice it when it runs out!
Warm showers can help you warm up and are incredibly relaxing, which is their greatest benefit. But have you ever stopped to think about the benefits of showering in cold water?
That's what we're going to be talking about in today's video…
Here are some benefits of taking cold showers:
They leave you feeling more alert
They help burn fat
They improve your skin and hair
They improve your immunity
They improve your circulation
They fight depression
They help our muscles to recover faster
They relieve stress
Now that you know every thing that there is to know about the benefits of taking a cold shower, we're going to teach you how to do it. If you've ever read any of the James Bond books you've probably noticed that he showers differently. He would start out in a hot shower and gradually lower the temperature until it was as cold as it would go.
Also known as the James Bond shower, you can copy his secret routine by alternating between hot and cold water every 20 to 30 seconds. Once you're used to this, why not try a real cold shower?
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