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If you have a broken bone, it is quite likely that you have a cast -- and that you face the big challenge of trying to bathe or shower while keeping your cast dry. Here, some ideas for keeping your cast dry so you can and still keep yourself clean. One tip not to try? Don't try to shower by holding the cast out of the way. Water will inevitably drip down your arm or leg, soaking the cast's padding. Even if you plan on holding your cast out of the path of the water, find something to cover it. Wet casts can cause a number of problems including bad odors , skin problems, and discomfort. A newspaper bag is often the perfect size plastic bag to cover your cast. Other good options are bread bags or small trash bags.
Looking up, I see James waving me toward the hallway. White guy with blond hair and green eyes; rocks the Bible and a smile all day. Besides, the faster we get walking to the showers of hell, the faster we get back. As we start walking down the hall then step outside, the smell of shit from a nearby pig barn makes my stomach turn. Twenty yards later, we turn back inside, into a red-brick hallway, where we walk along a yellow line. The hallway is even hotter than the outside. I begin to sweat more.
You do it several times a week, if not every day, but all that soaping, lathering, rinsing, and luxuriating may be doing your skin a serious disservice. You have to adjust your bathing habits accordingly. Mistake 1. Blasting the hot water You may think a steaming hot shower is doing therapeutic good by relaxing your muscles, but a dermatologist would tell you to stick to the heating pads and save the scalding hot water for your tea.