Bathtub versus Shower – Which will you Choose?
In today’s world, your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your house, so why not make it luxurious and comfortable or a soothing oasis away from the outside world. When designing or remodeling your bathroom, make sure you choose the things that you would really, really like to use every day, since according to fact, you will spend approximately 2 weeks a year in your bathroom. Both bathtubs and showers offer benefits and disadvantages, so you need to consider your needs before deciding which one to install.
Space, safety, features and style should all be considered when making your decision. The size of your bathroom will determine whether you install a shower or bathtub. Safety needs to be included when you have handicapped or children in your home, for their ease of use. Both bathtubs and showers offer different features and styles to choose from. There are a full range of traditional and contemporary designs, including shower heads and fixtures and bathtub types. Bathtub types can include three – wall alcove, recessed, drop-in, or freestanding styles. Showers can be combined with the bathtub if you want the best of both worlds.
Benefits and Disadvantages of Both:
Bathtubs provide a great spot for extreme relaxation. Historically, baths have been used for their therapeutic and healing properties. If you add the right mixture of aromatherapy bath salts to your bath, you can relax your mind and aid in rheumatic, inflammatory, and muscular ailments, as well as relieve stress, since you can relax and take time for yourself. They help your circulation by dilating your blood vessels, which can help to relieve aches and pains and be therapeutic. Also, by immersing yourself in a bathtub of water you can take the weight off your joints and muscles and which can be helpful for arthritis, back pain, headaches, sports injuries, and many more ailments.
Showers are invigorating and perhaps more cleansing and generally use less water if you have a low-flow shower head and don’t spend much time showering. Beside water use, showers are quick to take, they’re effective since you can wash and rinse at the same time, feel good with the water flowing over or massaging your body, and can be incorporated into your hydrotherapy treatments since you can change from hot to cold water almost instantaneously.
Regardless of which you choose, make the most of out of your bathtub and shower by pampering yourself while bathing. Make sure you get the maximum relaxation and benefits from both by using warm water, shower/bath gels and soaps, and aromatherapy bath salts to indulge your senses. Enjoy the most benefit from your bathing experience, no matter which method you choose, by setting the mood – turn down the lights, light a candle, and indulge in your “you” time!