If you have sore muscles, slipping into a warm bath with Epsom salt feels amazing. This is almost entirely because you're taking the time to make a nice bath for yourself and pay attention to your body that just did such hard work for you. The whole thing about it relieving soreness? Sorry, but nope.
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My best friend and life partner, Tucker Bordeaux III, recently turned 14. While he's thankfully in relatively good health for a man approaching 100 in dog years, he's developed some skin issues in his old age that require me to give him a bath every few days. Tucker, as you might imagine, was not pleased with this development. After many a painful attempt at giving him baths in the kitchen sink and tub on his own, I finally broke down and just put him in the shower with me one day. We were both a ton happier.
Taking a bath is not about getting clean -- that's what showers are for. Baths are about calming your troubled mind and soothing your aches and pains, both physical and emotional. As a highly sensitive person, I find baths to be necessary, and I've gotten very good at them.
If you want to get buzzy in the bathroom, you’re going to need a waterproof toy. Waterproof vibrators are specially sealed so that they can be fully immersed in a tub full of water, or taken into the shower to fulfil one of the most common sexy fantasies. You can enjoy super-slippery pleasure and orgasms in an exciting extra location, safe in the knowledge that your vibrator won’t break. Here are a few buying tips.
In Japan, soaking in natural hot springs is a treasured pastime that's steeped in thousands of years of tradition, and during my stay there, I visited a few. The experience opened my eyes (and pores) to a world of good-feeling benefits, many of which (but not all) are backed by actual scientific research.