What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Showering

Have you ever asked the question of what can happen to your body if you stop showering? The first thing we will think about is the bad smell, then there are consequences much more serious when the person no longer shower. Human skin is so sensitive and is target to several germs, which shows the risk if not taking shower.
Human skin on average hosts trillion bacteria of 200 different species, and some fungi. They live on the skin and diversity involved in controlling balance of healthy skin. But in case of imbalance or injury they may cause a pathological situation.
Moreover the human skin has a hydrolipidic film (secreted by the sebaceous glands) whose role is to protect the skin of a possible drying out. This film is a critical food source for bacteria, which tend to proliferate and multiply.
The shower has a toilet first goal, but also helps preserve the skin when it becomes responsible for bacteria and dirt. Getting rid of all that has been accumulated by the body and by the hydrolipidic film, is only possible with the shower.
Most people are very vigilant about this, as it is an instinct. The human feels better when it is clean, and the shower has a wellness effect on everyone. But if a person decides not to shower for a long time what's happening in this case?
What happens to the body of a person who no longer taking  shower
1. Dirt and bad smell
The accumulation of dead skin and bacteria will cause dirt and bad smell.
In fact, contrary to what people may think, sweat is odorless. But the sweat emitted in the armpits and the genital area is rich in fat, which is the favorite food of bacteria. These are responsible for the bad smell and sweat. And  the more these bacteria find source of their nutrition, the more they will proliferate and the smell will be unbearable.
Bacteria also degrade the like acids existing in sweat. For example, in the feet, a high rate of isovaleric acid bacteria decay generates a very bad smell of feet.
2. Skin infections
Many skin infections can occur in case of improper or insufficient hygiene. Do not shower altogether is even worse. Dirt body makes you want to scratch, which can damage the skin and facilitate the possibility of infection.
Among skin infections that can affect the person, there are:
- Acne: normally induced hypersecretion of sebum during puberty linked to several factors including genetics. For a person who does not taking shower, it causes the accumulation of sebum in the skin level to induce acne.
Folliculitis: This is an inflammation of one or more hair follicles, which can form crusts, and that appears to places with hairs.
Ecthyma: it is a digging impetigo usually localized in the lower limbs.
Careless dermatitis or atopic eczema: This is the infection most respect these people. It is related to the accumulation of sebum, sweat and skin bacteria. It is characterized by skin plates of different color.
3. Other infections
Poor hygiene is associated with all diseases. In no time, not washing hands can cause diarrhea that can be fleeting as it may be more serious. Infection can affect the eyes, rubbing, and all other body organs.
So, how often should we take shower?
If you are an active person or you do physical exercise, it is best that you take your shower each day. Otherwise, if you are less active and do not move much, you need three showers a week.
The shower is a real line of defense against attacks that can affect our body, and its virtues are just wonderful because we feel the better after showering!

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