Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Benefits of Drinking Hot Water

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Benefits of Drinking Hot Water

Starting a day with a glass of warm water helps the digestive system and provides a rage of health benefits. Warm water is good for your teeth and is more easily absorbed. Most people know about the health benefits of drinking lemon and hot water, but what about the benefits if drinking hot water.

However, it’s not a case of the hotter the better. The water should be at the maximum temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit to avoid damaging the epithelial cells in your mouth and throat. So here are the benefits of drinking warm water.




1. Good for teeth

Warm water is good for your teeth and is more easily absorbed. Certain white filling materials contract in response to cold water, causing fillings to debound off the tooth. Make sure your water is not too hot. Extreme temperature on your teeth can be detrimental so try to drink your water at room temperature.

2. Helps in pain relief

Warm water increases blood flow to the tissues, allowing muscles to relax. It can also help relieve all kinds of pain, from joint aches to menstrual cramps. Drinking warm water before bed can also have a soothing effect which may help you fall asleep faster and will make you feel fuller throughout the night.

3. Helps with weight loss

Consuming hot water only won’t make you lose weight but it does help the process. Hot water with lemon can can fire up your metabolism which gives your body the ability to burn more calories throughout the day. It also clears out your intestines to prevent bloating in your body and eliminate excess water weight you may be carrying.

4. Helps in digestion

Warm water has a vasodilator effect which means it widens the blood vessels and stimulates the blood flow to rush toward the intestine aiding the digestive process. it has a faster hydrating effect, so when it is followed by a meal, the temperature helps to emulsify fats, making them more digestible. Drinking it on an empty stomach in the morning helps to speed right through your digestive system to the bowels where it is needed.




5. Eases constipation

Constipation occurs when there is little or no bowel movement and is often caused by a lack of water in the body. You can sip warm water throughout the day for greater results.

6. Clears sinuses

Hot water may help eliminate some of the symptoms of a respiratory tract infection. It also benefits nasal congestion quicker than drinking cold water does because the higher temperature of fluids we drink ma possibly make a difference in the way we manage and deal with certain upper respiratory infection symptoms. It is a home remedy for a stuffy nose.

7. Helps clear out toxins

Hot water raises the core body temperature, stimulating the sweating process which is one of the way the body eliminates toxins. Hot water helps to balance all the acidic foods we ingest daily if the lemon is added to it.


CONCLUSION

To reap the health benefits of warm water, drink it every morning plain or with a lemon for taste. Metsovas urges drinkers to have warm water, as drinking straight hot water can potentially be damaging to tissue in the mouth and esophagus. After boiling water, be sure to let it cool for a few minutes before you start consuming.

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Anonymous delete 14 November 2017 at 15:36

These tips are pretty awesome.

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Rossana Giovani delete 14 November 2017 at 15:56

You're doing a great work admin. I'm enjoying your articles. Just stop posting music here. Instead replace it with celebrity gossip.

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Nerdy Rockson delete 14 November 2017 at 18:36

(y) Thanks for your contribution Rossy. I think you have a point though. Thanks (k)

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