&”Don’t run when you are hungry. &This is a folk saying. It makes sense. After a meal, you can’t take a bath immediately, otherwise, the whole body’s blood will be too much filled in the subcutaneous capillaries, which will lead to a relative reduction of blood flow in the abdominal cavity; it may also reduce the secretion of digestive fluid in the body and reduce the digestive function. In the long run, it is easy to lead to indigestion, malnutrition, and hinder the normal physiological function of the organs concerned. Especially for patients with cardiovascular disease, they can’t take a bath after meals.
Generally speaking, it’s better to take a bath after 1 & mdash; 3 hours.