A morning shower helps to start the day strengthened and renewed, right? A bath seems basic, simple, but it can pose significant problems for someone with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. There is a lot of talk about how exhausting a bath can be. Why does a bath tire us, sometimes for the rest of the day?
Several of our physiological abnormalities may be related. Effort: Especially for people with chronic fatigue syndrome, even small amounts of movement may also be necessary. Relaxation: the hot water in the shower can be relaxing, it is good in some ways; however, for those dealing with profound fatigue, it is probably not the best start to the day, when we are still struggling to wake up.
Temperature sensitivity: While hot water can feel good, you can also make our temperature sensitivity disappear from self-regulating body temperature. Our bodies have trouble maintaining the right temperature; therefore, when heated, it costs much more to refresh and return to normal. Some were sweating profusely after bathing. dizziness: We are prone to seasickness, and the warmth of the shower with washing movements can produce a balance that costs us. A great response from the nervous system: Especially in fibromyalgia, the water pressure reaching the skin can alter the nervous system. And this leads to sending the wrong pain signals and making the whole body ache. Some ways to combat the problem are taking a shower at night because exhaustion is welcome or soaking baths, instead they present some of the same problems, but you sit and don’t need to move much, it is less demanding. Immersion bath produces steam and is easier when cold water salts. Although I haven’t had an extreme problem with the shower, as some people have, when I got sicker, there were times when I used wipes. They are for the face, but they work well in these situations. Odorless wipes are also good. I can use them quickly and easily, especially on days when I won’t be refreshing. Not for every day, but you can replace a shower when you’re not feeling well. For me,