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    Hi


    I recently began to consider washing my feet every night before I get into bed to sleep.

    What would be the benefits of this besides better smelling bedsheets ?

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    Apparently-
    APPARENTLY massaging feet aids sleep; sorry for the lack of backup for that, but Google may help

    I shower twice a day anyway, just because it's a routine I'm now stuck in


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    (Original post by Trussblink)
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    APPARENTLY massaging feet aids sleep; sorry for the lack of backup for that, but Google may help

    I shower twice a day anyway, just because it's a routine I'm now stuck in


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    Really ? I did not know that, I guess I will look that up some time.

    However, I sleep absolutely perfect with no problems, once my head hits the pillow I'm usually asleep right away or no more than 1 minute or so. usually within seconds.

    I just wonder if washing my feet every night before bed will have any benefits other than keeping my bedsheets from getting stinky and dirty.

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    I'm concerned that your feet are posing such a hygiene problem for your bedsheets to start with.
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    (Original post by mscaffrey)
    I'm concerned that your feet are posing such a hygiene problem for your bedsheets to start with.
    who said they are posing a hygiene problem ?

    I hope you realize our feet are dirty anyway
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    (Original post by I love life)
    who said they are posing a hygiene problem ?

    I hope you realize our feet are dirty anyway
    You said what are the reasons apart from stopping your sheets getting stinky and dirty. I do realise that all our body parts carry some dirt with them but I wouldn't have thought it's enough to make the sheets stinky or dirty, assuming you wash regularly anyway and change your sheets at regular intervals.
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    OMG im not the only person who does this!!!!
    I cant deal with like walking around the kitchen barefoot and then jumping in to bed cos like i think I'm carrying dust in etc I'm weird like that like OCD cleanliness
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    I do that but i have OCD about being clean.
    I cant get into bed without doing it. Otherwise i have to wash my bedsheets and thats annoying. Also i cant sleep if i dont so yeah. Annoying but i do it.
    I hate OCD.
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    OMG im not the only person who does this!!!!
    I cant deal with like walking around the kitchen barefoot and then jumping in to bed cos like i think I'm carrying dust in etc I'm weird like that like OCD cleanliness
    me not the only people who do this, I am sure millions of people do the same !

    Me too !

    anything your feet tread on puts dirt on them and when you put your feet into your bed that dirt goes onto your sheets too

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    I do that but i have OCD about being clean.
    I cant get into bed without doing it. Otherwise i have to wash my bedsheets and thats annoying. Also i cant sleep if i dont so yeah. Annoying but i do it.
    I hate OCD.
    Hi

    I have OCD too and for me it's more about hygiene with food e.t.c. , I HATE OCD too, it can make life much more difficult that it need be.



    so, that's a least 3 people, (me included) who do this then
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    (Original post by mscaffrey)
    You said what are the reasons apart from stopping your sheets getting stinky and dirty. I do realise that all our body parts carry some dirt with them but I wouldn't have thought it's enough to make the sheets stinky or dirty, assuming you wash regularly anyway and change your sheets at regular intervals.
    Good for you
 
 
 
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