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Health Benefits of Warm Water

Updated on July 23, 2019
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Water is absolutely essential to mankind as it provides hydration to the body to enable our vitals to function properly. Apart from being a necessity, consumption of water benefits the body in ways more than one; it promotes strong kidneys, healthy skin, alleviates mood, and eliminates toxins from the body.


A Glass Of Warm Water
A Glass Of Warm Water

Experts claimed that drinking water is important to keep the body free of toxins and boost fitness while repairing skin cells to increase its elasticity, among others. The holistic approach recommends the consumption of warm water first thing in the morning for optimal health benefit.

The recommended temperature of the water is one that is warmed to between 50℃or 60℃. It is recommended to drink two glasses of warm water and you can add a couple of lemon slices for a vitamin C boost.

Here is an extensive list of health benefits of drinking warm water that will want to make you go and grab a glass while reviewing the list.

Stimulates Digestive Enzymes

Consuming warm water, particularly during your meals helps in the digestion of the food you eat. It facilitates digestion by speeding up the breaking down of the food particles by the digestive enzymes, improves constipation, and restores electrolytes and minerals in the body.

Promotes Body Detoxification and Prevent Premature Aging

The presence of toxins in the body can lead to premature aging and other health issues. Our body will be prone to illness and age faster when a lot of toxic substances accumulate in our bodies. Drinking warm water can accelerate gastrointestinal motility and facilitate urination, which excretes toxins from our bodies. It also helps to boost skins elasticity and improves skin repairs, reducing the signs of premature aging like wrinkles, dry skin, and dark patches. To boost the results, you can include some lemon juice and honey into the warm water before drinking it.

Weight Loss

Weight Loss
Weight Loss

Drinking warm water first thing in the morning is a good practice to accelerate your body metabolic rate. Warm water works its wonder by increasing body temperature and promotes metabolism. A good metabolism means the body has a higher capacity to burn energy from food at a faster rate. Drinking warm water before meals can help with dieting as it helps to keep you full on zero calories.

Enhances Blood Circulation and Induces Sleep

Enhances Blood Circulation and Induces Sleep
Enhances Blood Circulation and Induces Sleep

Having a warm bath followed by a drink of warm water helps the arteries and veins to expand and enable it to carry blood more effectively throughout the body. In addition to that, it helps to decompose the fats accumulated around the nervous systems and keep the system healthy and functioning in tip-top condition. The warm water bath helps relax body and mind and promotes sleep.

Protect Against Skin Infection

Daily consumption of warm water detoxifies the skin, which helps to lower the risk of skin problems such as acne. It benefits the body to have at least eight glasses of warm water daily as it unclogs pores and flushes away the toxins from within and moisturizes dry and parched skin.

Soothe Cough and Cold

The best remedy for cough, cold and sore throat would be a glass of warm water. The warm water works by diluting phlegm and promote instant relief from respiratory sicknesses such as productive cough, identified as ‘wet’ or ‘chesty’ cough that produces mucus or phlegm.

Health benefits of drinking warm water by Dr. Wagh

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