For morning showers lovers and proponents there is nothing can beat a start of the day spiced up with casual blast away of disobedient bed hair and the crust of sleep. Even those more ambitious ones, who have the stamina for a morning workout will boast that there is nothing better than morning after gym shower. The reality is that for those who have a hard time waking up, a morning shower can make a big difference, and not only it boosts alertness, but it also brings back focus and provides increased freshness at the start of the day. Morning people like us at trustedplumber.ca also recommend a somewhat cooler, not considered cold, shower to avoid raising your body temperature dramatically.

For those struggling souls who fight with insomnia, experts agree that showering roughly about 90 minutes before falling asleep will make the body naturally cool down as bedtime approaches, in sync with the quotidian rhythm. You can read this article by Sleep Advisor to learn more – https://www.sleepadvisor.org/showering-before-bed/ . What showering really does is it artificially raises the temperature again and allows for a faster cool down, which seems to hasten sleep. Showering is also a good way to unwind and release muscle tension, improving sleep quality. A shower can also help settle kids to get to sleep. It gives them time to relax and if you want to be creative make the bathroom into a kids bathroom to help them enjoy bath time more.

From our average standpoint, we cannot do much apart from analyzing all the basic issues starting from hygiene, how long to shower, proper water temperature, post-workout routine, slight insomnia after late showers, environmental concerns, and even baths. However, since we are talking about water and showering it is really important to also get a plumber’s perspective in line.

We all know that everything starts with water and its quality.  An important consideration is the quality of Red Deer City water and its unique chemicals content, which may represent an irritant for some people. For people who live with allergies or sensitive skin or are generally concerned about the overall quality of water, the first thing that should be done is to make a thorough water quality testing and whether it is not harmful to your body, health and well-being.

Life in Central Alberta just as in any other regions across the country offers specific possibilities for showering times. If off-peak hours fit your schedule, that is always a good option. Having a hotter shower and more dependable water pressure is not something to be easily ignored.

So, regardless of the timing, day, night, or anytime, our daily showers are an important ritual. Let’s weigh our own pros and cons first, but let’s keep the professional plumber’s perspective in mind as well.