8 Health Benefits Of Drinking Water

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  • Published on:  11/30/2018
  • There are many health benefits from drinking water. Weight loss is an important one for many people. So is clearer skin. But there are many more.

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    Wondering how to lose weight? Water has many different health benefits, but not enough people know about all these health benefits. It is pretty common knowledge that the majority of the human body is composed of water. Yet, from time to time, we still don’t drink enough water and we catch ourselves being dehydrated. Some signs of dehydration are increased thirst, being tired or sleepy, dry mouth, decreased urine output, headache, dry skin, dizziness and urine of a darker hue. An indication that we are getting enough water into our system is frequent or regular urination throughout the day. The goal is to urinate 7 to 10 times a day, with at least 5 to 7 of those times being clear urine. If you see that your urine is getting a little dark, be sure to gulp down a tall glass of water! Whether you’re drinking water to lose weight or are just interested in finding out what happens when you drink water on an empty stomach, you have reached the right place!

    By drinking cold water, you increase the risk of getting sick. The reason for this is that cold water decreases the function of the immune system which is caused by the creation of excess mucus in the body because of drinking cold water.

    In addition, research from the European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research showed that drinking cold water at that temperature can make your blood vessels become smaller and restrict your ability to digest food properly. There’s a lot of confusion out there about the “right” way to get hydrated, whether it’s needing to drink eight glasses of water a day (probably not true), drinking water instead of juice or pop (probably true) or the question of whether or not to drink water with meals (the jury’s still out on that one). But in the battle of health information, there’s one clear winner: drinking warm water is just plain better for you than drinking cold water. Recent studies on the best possible way to have your eight (or fewer) glasses of water a day have found serious plusses to drinking warm water, and downsides to taking your water chilled. Very few of us drink warm water, to begin with; unless it’s caffeinated or filled with hot chocolate powder, warm water doesn’t always appeal.

    Cold water slows down the digestion process, which slows down the reuptake of valuable nutrients into the bloodstream. And because cold water needs to be heated up before the body can use it, drinking cold water actually slows down the body’s rehydration process, making you thirstier than if you’d had hot water. When the body is exposed to cold temperatures, it restricts the blood vessels to avoid losing heat.

    When most people are suffering from dehydration, they will experience constipation, joint pain, digestive issues and many more symptoms. In fact, some people will go for days without drinking water, which is alarming because about 60% of our body is made up of it. So it’s important that you consume a sufficient amount of water to avoid dehydration. Now, there is an ongoing debate on what type of water people should be consuming. While the obvious choice for most people is cold water, there is also research that states that warm water has health benefits as well.

    Reasons to Drink Warm Water: Now that I have informed you of a couple of reasons to avoid drinking cold water, I’m going to give you some good reasons to drink warm water. The first reason is that it cleanses your digestion, according to Stella Metsovas, clinical nutritionist and media health expert in Food and Nutrition Sciences. Metsovas states that warm water helps break down the food in your stomach and keeps the digestive system going. She adds that people who have a glass of cold water after a meal will actually harden the consumed food which creates a fat deposit in the intestine.

    Alleviates Pain: According to Healthline, warm water is beneficial for cramps because it helps increase blood flow to the skin and also helps relax the cramp muscles.

    Stops Premature Aging: Toxins in the body have the ability to speed up the aging process. But according to Metsovas, warm water can change that. It can help repair skin cells which can increase elasticity. She adds that women will always benefit from drinking warm water because they have more hormones.


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