Warm shower VS. Cool shower? What's better?

Warm showers can relieve tension and soothe stiff muscles. Studies have shown that taking warm showers ease anxiety and reduce stress! A warm shower also acts as a natural decongestant to relieve cold symptoms, since the hot steam moisturizes nasal passages.

Cold showers on the other hand are also beneficial!

Cold showers — as unbearable as they are — are actually really good for our bodies! Turning your shower cold for the last five minutes can help "shock" your body awake. This instant change in temperature relieves your body of fatigue and increases your mental alertness. 

A "cooler" shower (around 68 degrees) for two to three minutes once or twice daily is recommended by researchers as a treatment for depression. On top of that, cold showers are better for our hair and skin. Where a hot shower can dry things out, cold showers hydrate and help with split ends and dry skin.!