New study: Cold showers relieve depression and extend life

New study: Cold showers relieve depression and extend life
New study: Cold showers relieve depression and extend life
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A recent study concluded that bathing in cold water is enjoying a shower that helps the immune system improve for the better, in addition to that bathing in cold water relieves symptoms of depression, according to what was published by Express.

The study also showed that those who take showers with cold water are less likely to contract diseases. Some studies have shown that cold showers, in addition to stimulating the immune system, relieve symptoms of depression, which we know are a risk factor for death, and that it prolongs the life of individuals.

And a number of experts recommended changing bathing habits to add new years to your life. In addition to a proper healthy diet, and regular exercise. Indeed, people should adopt a healthy lifestyle and a positive mindset. Thinking about the challenges of today and the week ahead and making sure you feel positive about them.”

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One study showed the effect of cold showers on sick days among workers. More than 3,000 participants between the ages of 18 and 65 years without severe comorbidities and no routine experience of cold showers participated in the experiment. Routine showers decreased their depression and improved their brains. Immunity.

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It is known that exposure to cold activates the sympathetic nervous system, increases the level of beta-endorphin and norepinephrine in the blood, and increases the release of synaptic norepinephrine in the brain as well.

In addition, due to the high density of cold receptors in the skin, a cold shower is expected to send a huge amount of electrical impulses from peripheral nerve endings to the brain, which may lead to an antidepressant effect.

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