hot bathWould you like to clear your lymph system, detoxify organism, stimulate circulation, relax muscles, moisturize skin and calm your mind? If you turn a quick cleanse into a relaxing ritual, you can do all that. A simple bath is more powerful than one might think and undoubtedly beneficial for overall well-being.

No matter if you’re physically active or you sit at a desk all the time, at the end of the day your muscles can feel tense and tight. Take a bath to loosen and relax the muscles and sooth pains and aches. A warm bath may be a great tool to fight cold symptoms, too. So, if you cannot stop sniffling, steam from the water will relax achy muscles, moisturize nasal passages and dry out the mucus accumulating in your throat.

The respiration process removes toxins from the body and therefore water should be warm enough to induce a sweat. Eventually, your bath routine may reduce perspiration odor. In addition, the heat of the water is also powerful in killing many viruses and strains of bacteria, so it can prevent you from the number of infections and colds.

bath bombSoaking in warm water can do wonders not only for your body, but your mind, too. A hot bath is the perfect way to unwind, especially if you combine it with essential oils (lavender and eucalyptus) for an extra calming effect. To boost brain power and sharpen your memory, use sage oil. If you have problems with insomnia, taking a bath might be just what you need, since it’s a natural way to induce sleep. While you’re relaxing in warm water, your body’s temperature increases. Once you hop out, the temperature returns to a cooler state causing your brain to release melatonin and sleep hormones are triggered. However, limit your stay to no more than 15-20 minutes and don’t fall asleep in the bath.

Finally, bathing is fun and it’s a kind of gift to yourself that can relax, soothe, energize, and soften you from the inside out. To make your bath time experience even more joyful, something you’ll look forward to, check out amazing bath bombs and bath salts at