It got me thinking of other ways to save energy...this is what I've come up with:
10 hints for saving shower energy:
9. Cooler Shower Water: Avoid super hot water, try having cooler showers than normal. If it's cold in the bathroom use a fan forced heater to heat the room instead of the hot water. It seems that energy, like salt, dissolves faster in hot water.
No, really it is something to do with blood vessels expanding in the heat and exacerbating the effects of POTS (Google: Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome).
11. Bonus suggestion from my DDad: Install a solar hot water heater. Thanks DD, that's one way of saving 'energy'.
I am looking forward to when summer really gets here, I hope to manage a few outings to the local creek where I can float in the cool water for a minute or two. That's got to boost circulation and help with POTS...I hope.
I wonder if anyone will notice me having a cheeky wash while I'm down there?