Drink Warm Water Rather Than Cold Water

I’ve been told by a friend that drinking warm water is better than drinking cold water when you’re thirsty. At first, I didn’t believe her, but after some research I was proven wrong. The brain tricks our body into thinking that we need cold water to cool us down. That’s why you feel that your thirst has been quenched when drinking cold water as apposed to warm water. It turned out that drinking warm water promotes perspiration, which helps cool down your body. It also flushes toxins from your body and purifies your bloodstream. That is why tea is consumed in many cultures during the summer because it actually helps cool your body down. I’m really going to try to stay off cold water!

PS. By warm water I mean room temperature water!

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4 thoughts on “Drink Warm Water Rather Than Cold Water

  1. I have been following this for few years now and it does work! But the first thing I do as soon as I wake up is drink cold water with lime and after I brush my teeth, I have another glass of cold water with lime. I give myself about 15-20 minutes before eating breakfast and after I have had breakfast, I will start drinking warm water. Ever glass of water since then until I go to bed (about 8 more glasses of water) will be only warm drinks. This includes green tea, peppermint tea, warm water with lime and just plain warm water. To me it has helped me in my digestion and skin. It defiantly feels great! :)

  2. Ashley says:

    I never knew this! Thanks for the tip, I will definitely be trying to drink more room temperature water from now on!

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