Some people are convinced everyone should shower at night, while others believe we should all be showering in the morning. This ongoing debate has gone on in society for ages. The argument for showering in the morning is that some people believe you should present the cleanest and most sanitary version of yourself to the world when you leave the house each morning.
When you shower at night, though, you’re cleaning off all of the disgusting germs that covered your body throughout the course of your day while you were out and about in the world. Throughout your day, you naturally secreted sweat while running errands, your arms brushed up against different surfaces, you walked along floors that were covered in chemicals, and more. If you lie down in your bed at the end of the night without cleansing, it means you’re falling asleep in a bed filled with the grime and germs you accumulated all day long.
Your sleeping hours are supposed to be dedicated to peaceful rejuvenation and recuperation. Make sure your body is absolutely clean for that process. Keep in mind, though, that since it’s not uncommon for human beings to perspire while sleeping, a quick rinse off in the morning paired with a thoroughly cleansing shower before bed is a top-notch hygiene plan.