Well, alright. It was a couple of years ago, now. I was staying in the Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth, Michigan, in mid-December. As one would expect, it was really cold and snowy. I decided to take a long, hot shower in the morning before going out into the cold, so I went into the restroom, locked the door, and turned on the hot water. Unfortunately, I had neglected to turn on the fan, and the room was fairly poorly ventilated otherwise. I honestly think this wouldn't have happened if I had turned on that fan. After a while, the room was really hot and completely full of steam. My head started aching, I couldn't think clearly, I could barely breathe, and I was really dizzy and nauseous. For some reason, I decided to just ignore the fact that I was probably suffering heat stroke and stayed in. When I finally realized that there might be something wrong, I could barely stand, and there was so much steam that I couldn't find the door. I did manage to get out eventually, but when I did, I ended up vomiting almost immediately, and my headache persisted for the rest of the day. It was not fun. :[
Here in Finland nearly all showers has only one water tap that can mix hot and cold water so it is easy to choose do you need colder or hotter water. I don't understand why those are not popular in some countries... I was couple of years ago in a quite new hotel in London (United Kingdom) and there was those 2 difficult knobs at the bathroom.
Good to know I am not the only one, who that is happening to =3 I always thought I am kinda stupid not getting it done right.................. Though I finally managed to get my shower right, it just still keeps changing temperate while showering without me adjusting anything >_> Showers are the mystique of this world, glad I always prefer bath tub anyway :b