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sallieq [Hot baths may provoke lightheadedness or dizziness]
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sallieq [Hot baths may provoke lightheadedness or dizziness]
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 Patients should not use hot tubs with temperatures above 104 degrees.</​note>​ Patients should not use hot tubs with temperatures above 104 degrees.</​note>​
  
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 Taking a hot **bath** or shower (or spending time in a hot room) can lead to increased body temperature and cause blood vessels to dilate, which lowers blood pressure and can cause lightheadedness or dizziness. ​ Taking a hot **bath** or shower (or spending time in a hot room) can lead to increased body temperature and cause blood vessels to dilate, which lowers blood pressure and can cause lightheadedness or dizziness. ​
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 from an article in [[https://​theconversation.com/​health-check-do-we-have-to-clean-out-our-pores-75288|Theconversation]] from an article in [[https://​theconversation.com/​health-check-do-we-have-to-clean-out-our-pores-75288|Theconversation]]
- ​[[https://​link.springer.com/​referenceworkentry/​10.1007%2F978-3-540-89656-2_42|Infrared A-induced Skin Aging]]+
 <​blockquote>​heating the face can make the blood vessels stand out and cause rosacea (a red rash) in those who are prone to it. The oils are dissolved more readily and stripped from the face, which means, unless you really have very oily skin, it will dry out. We now know heat ages the skin so it makes sense to avoid this type of treatment for most people. <​blockquote>​heating the face can make the blood vessels stand out and cause rosacea (a red rash) in those who are prone to it. The oils are dissolved more readily and stripped from the face, which means, unless you really have very oily skin, it will dry out. We now know heat ages the skin so it makes sense to avoid this type of treatment for most people.
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