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Where Can I Take An Ice Bath In San Francisco
No: Haven't heard of any time that would be good to soak one's whole body in a tub of ice water. Doesn't sound like a good idea at all. ...Read more
Around 7-8 years: There is no perfectly safe age to take a bath alone in a tub, but kids under 4 yrs are at higher risk of drowning. Statistics from a few years ago show that 70-80 kids drown in bathtubs in the U.S. Each year. To be safest, wait until a child has good behavior, some common sense, plus the ability to easily get in and out of a full bathtub before thinking of leaving him alone. Otherwise, watch him! ...Read more
Bath: I prefer the third option; warm water. ...Read more
NO!: What a question? I do not see a relationship. There must be very few instances when taking a bath is harmful?! ...Read more
Yes: If the water is warm enough and he is properly held in your arms. ...Read more
Warm: Warm bath is good enough.Get a more detailed answer ›
Every few days: New babies basically only soil 2 areas, mouth & bottom. They do fine with sponging clean as needed & a bath every few days is more than enough. Frequent baths remove natural skin oils & cause flaky dry skin. Avoid using lotions that sour & leave baby smelly. They attract dust & lead to more baths than they need. ...Read more
Sounds fine.: Enjoy your pet.Get a more detailed answer ›
It could be: Sensitivity of your skin to the water, soap shampoo and its chemicals. Hopefully this article will give u useful tips. Http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/525302-reasons-for-itchy-skin-after-a-shower/. ...Read more
I had d & c yesterday an I'm not sure of I can take a plain bath to get clean as I don't have a shower?
Yes, you can: Don't take an extended bubble bath, though. You may also consider sealing off the vagina with a tampon covered with vaseline. ...Read more
I just got out the bath and blanked out I think I might have had a seizer. Should I take my seizer medication?
Seizure: Yes, if you have a history of seizures you should take your seizure medication. ...Read more
1. What is the best time of day to workout? 2. What is the right time to take a bath after an exercise? Thank you :)
Work out time: Depends on your daily duties. Many people find an early morning work out gives them energy for the day. Others do brisk walking at lunch time. Still others stop at the gym on the way home from work. Experiment and see what feels best for you. Shower after work out. Peace and good health. ...Read more
My brother has real bugs living in his skin where and what do I do to help and he is not on drugs and yes he takes a bath?
Scabies?: His primary care doctor can treat scabies. After treatment, the scabies lesions will still itch for a few weeks. So, people generally do two treatments and just presume the scabies are all dead. After that, if one is not scratching so hard that he is creating his own new skin lesions, then any spontaneous new lesions would be suspicious for new live scabies mites. ...Read more
Is it true that if we take bath late at night, is not good to our body and can cause pneumonia. Or if it is not, what is the bad effect if any?
Myths: You are describing a myth that has absolutely no truth to it. ...Read more
My son just turned 3 this month he retracted his foreskin tonight with no problem should he continue to retract his foreskin when he takes a bath?
What are the benefits of an ice bath. I'm 23 training for MMA. Would like to know if ice baths are good. Also are hot baths good. What are the benefits?
It's fine: Hot water while it can temporarily increase body temperature can sometimes help with fever because of the loss of heat through dilated blood vessels on the skin after bathing. If it feels good I think fine. I sometimes take a hot bath when I feel a slight cold coming on and I believe it sometimes helps to avoid becoming more ill. No evidence just personal experience. Avoid becoming light-headed. ...Read more
Bathing and Swimming: There is an old myth that you cannot swim after eating. This myth is false. It has been debunked numerous ways and numerous times. So, it is both safe and fine to swim or bathe after eating if that is what you want to do. ...Read more
Anxiety: Take a hot bath which will relax your muscles. ...Read more
Dream come true:
Any kid would love a mud bath!
mind the temperature and there are always showers close by. ...Read more
Cultural tradition?: If you wish to do this as a traditional ritual, consult your religious advisor. Do not expect any real medical benefit. Consumed in large quantities it is toxic to brain and eyes. Find a way to quit smoking. Consider going to hypnosis about 20 times. ...Read more
Recovery: For what? Please clarify.Get a more detailed answer ›
Controversial: There is still some controversy on this point. Some experts and some studies say yes. Others say no. My take on it is that everyone is different. If ice baths seem to help you recover more quickly, then use them. If not, do not use them. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Why not?: Do not see a reason not to. ...Read more
Cold therapy:: Fill tub with two to three bags of crushed ice. Add cold water to a height that will cover your body to your waist when you sit in the tub. Before getting in, put on a down jacket and a hat and neoprene booties, make myself a cup of hot tea, and collect some entertaining reading material to help the next 15 to 20 minutes pass quickly. Water temp.: bet. 50-59 deg. Immersion time: 10-20min. ...Read more
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