It turns out having a shower at night is actually better for you than showering in the morning

If you love an evening shower, we’ve got some good news for you!

While a lot of people can’t even think about starting their day until they’ve had their morning shower, it turns out showering at night is actually better for you according to dermatologists.

Simply jumping in the shower after a long day for even 5 or 10 minutes can help you reap more health and beauty benefits like falling asleep faster, keeping acne at bay, fighting allergies, muscle cramps, excessive sweating, and it's even better for your hair, Bright Side reports.

Studies have found that not only is a warm shower relaxing and helps ease muscle cramps and tension, it also changes your internal body temperature which signals that it's time to go to sleep.

Research has shown that a warm shower before bed can help you fall asleep 10 minutes quicker than without a shower.

It may seem obvious, but a shower at night also helps get rid of everything that’s built up on your skin throughout the day and would otherwise end up on your pillow at night.

Going to bed with fresh clean skin will help make sure you don’t wake up the next day will a pimple, not to mention all the skin cells that you regenerate while you are snoozing will grow healthy.

This is also important when it comes to allergies because the warm water washes away any dust or pollen you’ve unknowingly collected too.

When it comes to hair care an evening shower is actually better for your locks than quickly blow-drying it in the morning. Allowing enough time for your hair to air dry at night can improve shine and helps lock in more moisture.

Meanwhile, another study has found that if you suffer from night sweats, a cool shower in the evening can help reduce the issue.

So do you normally shower in the morning or night? Or three times a day like Dwayne The Rock Johnson?