Do Not Sleep With Wet Hair Or Else This Disease Can Take Over

I think we all like to take a nice hot shower at the end of the day at times, and then climb into a cozy bed for some restful sleep.

The problem is, we may not have taken the time to dry our hair. This isn’t as harmless as it may seem.

Of course sleeping with wet hair can leave us with a cosmetic mess to clean up in the morning, but there are also other things to consider.

First, we must think about the moisture retained too long in the hair can reach inflame the scalp, causing an annoying itching sensation. This also causes damage to your hair, as the porosity of the hair surface is also increased.

It is for this same reason that it’s not advisable to keep a towel around your head after a shower.

Other disadvantages (“dis-eases”) of going to bed with wet hair are:

1. Headache

Sleeping with wet hair can always give your severe headache. This happens because during sleep the body temperature rises. As the body heats up, the moisture which has collected on the towel that you might have wrapped around your head can give you a headache as there would be much temperature difference.

2. Hair Breakage

Wet hair tends to break much often. If you decide to sleep with wet hair, chances are bright that a lot of hair breakage is likely to take place. It would therefore never be a good idea to sleep with wet or dripping hair.

3. Expect a lot of sticky hair

If you decide to sleep with wet hair, you could end up with a lot of sticky hair, the other morning as the same will tend to entangle and bind themselves. Those having long hair should always avoid sleeping with wet hair; else a lot of hair breakage along with a range of other problems will follow.

4. Infections

Pillows are an ideal place for bacteria as they absorb sweat, dead skin cells and body oils. Wet hair wets the towel, and it carries moisture to the pillow which then becomes the nest for the development of bacteria.

5. Itchy

Sleeping with wet hair can cause different types of itching, this is due to the moisture that is formed in the skin of your head.

6. Muscle pain

Sudden temperature changes can not only cause muscle pain,  but it can also lead to severe cramps and even facial paralysis. This can eventually lead to paralysis of the whole body and cause death.

7. Dandruff

The moist scalp can interfere with the of sebaceous glands present on the scalp. They can either start to produce more oil or reduce oil production. It can disrupt the natural pH balance of the scalp. As a result, you either have to suffer from dandruff or excessive oily scalp.





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