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  Why we feel relax after a hot water bath?

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when you done hot water bath you fee very relaxed after that bath. Do you know how the science involved in this feeling. If you experienced this feeling. Then you must read this article.

Answer Link: howwhywhat.net/feel-relax-hot-water-bath/

Closed as per community consensus as the post is not graduate-level... or physics
asked Oct 5, 2016 in Closed Questions by yashrudroju (-15 points) [ no revision ] 1 flag
recategorized Nov 2, 2016 by dimension10

This is not appropriate for PO, which is for graduate+ level physics. Please ask instead at https://www.physicsforums.com/.

I agree with @ArnoldNeumaier;  voting to close this as it seems to be rather a popular physics question.

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