Must medication be taken with room temperature water to dissolve and be absorbed by the body?
Sometimes I take medication with cold water from the fridge. Is this a poor habit?
It shouldn't make any difference. Whether very hot or cold, any food or liquid ingested soon becomes body temperature.
It does make a difference when medicine is taken with either cold or room temperature water or luke warm. Luke warm water help dissolve the medicine faster.
Cold water takes longer to subside, as we all know that the temperature inside the stomach is very high. Hence it is advisable for all to take medicine with luke warm water.
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