Published : Thursday, 26 January, 2017 at 6:28 PM, Read : 538 times.
jamuna news : Some scientists argue that regular showering disrupts the body’s delicate ecosystem and damages our microbiome: the rich community of bacteria residing in and on our bodies.
One recent study found the Yanomami, one of the world’s most remote indigenous tribes living deep in the Venezuelan Amazon, hosts the most diverse constellation of microbes ever discovered in humans. They tribe do not bother to take a shower regularly, and soap is not available in the locality.
The message is that washing less may not only be good for the environment less water, fewer products it might be good for humans, too. The habit of not taking shower regularly will keep your skin healthy, it indicates.