I recently read that sentence :
I know から roughly means "because" or "from" and I carefully read this thread about some of its usages.
However, I'm not sure if those usages apply to this particular sentence.
I'd translate it to :
Every day, before you go to bed, you could have a bath. Your tiredness would disappear.
Or maybe it's more like :
Take a bath every day before you go to bed, because if you do so, your tiredness will go away.
What is the purpose of から here? How can I apply the basic pattern [Sentence 1] から、[Sentence 2] pattern to that sentence ?