In the morning.
In the evening.
In the morning, but I'd rather do it in the evening, if I had the time to do so.
In the evening, but I'd rather do it in the morning, if I had the time to do so.
In the evening when I come out of work I don't really what you a clean job and sometimes I even shower in the breaks of my work aswell when it is really messy.
And on vacation twice in the morning and evening but when it is really hot and I melt away I do it three times.
I take a shower in the morning for many reasons I have nappy morning hair, if I don't wash my eyes out real good I cant put my contacts on, and taking a shower in the morning wakes helps wake me. if there is a reason I get too dirty to lay around my house ill just take another shower
I prefer morning.
- helps wake me up
- My hair is thick and oily, so I have no choice tbh. If I do not shower it is all over the place, slick 'n shiny, and has a faint odor.
- I brush the teeth, swipe the pits, and put on the clothes... why not bathe to complete the task?
I voted morning...but both
I shower in the evening or after working out. It probably doesnt really matter but IMO showering before going to bed lowers the amount of dirt you deposit on your sheets. So if you have clean sheets and you dont sweat while youre sleeping, like me, you are pretty much just as clean in the morning as you were before going to bed. You can also wake up a few minutes later and I hate getting up in the morning.
Evening. I spend much of my work day lifting/carrying freight upwards of 50 lb per piece. Makes zero sense to shower just before leaving to spend all day getting sweaty and filthy.
During holidays I only shower once a day, but when I go to school or work I do both.
The morning to wake up and the night to clean myselve
Also during hot or cold days I tend to shower 3 times a day.
During winters a nice and cold shower to get my body warm and ready for the cold outside.
And during summers an hot shower to make me body go in cool mode.
A mattress soaks up ~1200 liters of sweat over a 10 years period (according to mattress manufactors).. That's 120 liters per year or roughly 300ml per day (or night)...
The most sanitary choice is to shower in the morning, to wash all that sweat off, before you go out the door, to mingle with friends, family, coworkers, cletns etc etc...
Also, as a bonus, a shower freshen you up, making you more awake, which is good in the moring and bad in the evening (assuming stardard daily life).
A bath is the opposite. It makes you drowsy, so it can be used if you have trouble sleepig, but bad to use, when waking up.
How is there no option for both? Went with morning because that's what I'd pick if I had to choose between either of the two.
And both isn't an option if you're in an area with water restrictions unless you like being highly irresponsible.
Morning. I cannot wake up without a hot shower and a cup of tea...it just doesn't happen.
I take one in the morning and one at night, but they're both pretty quick. I don't like wasting water if I don't have to.
Originally Posted by nailbomb
In the morning after I've worked out and once again in the evening before I go to bed.
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Evening. I hate showers in the day time.
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Varies for me, too. But if i have enough time, i generally shower in the morning. I got long hair that take upwards of 2 hours to get dry completely and going to bed with them even slightly moist will give me a stiff neck the next day.
After work, so mid afternoon. Factory work is dirty work and I'd rather not sleep like that.
I shower right before I am going to be around other people, so I guess morning would be the best answer. If my sheets get dirty from not taking a shower at night, I am the only one who has to deal with it. If I don't shower right before I go out, then everyone around would have to deal with it, so I'll take one for the team on that one. Besides, washing your sheets often is a good idea anyway. And for those that think they do not sweat at night, well good luck with that theory.