When you drink cold water, your blood vessels shrink, and this restricts your digestion. Warm water helps break down food, aids constipation, and even helps you lose weight while improving your blood circulation. You probably already know how important it is to drink enough water every day. It has b

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Cold Water vs. Warm Water

When you drink cold water, your blood vessels shrink, and this restricts your digestion. Warm water helps break down food, aids constipation, and even helps you lose weight while improving your blood circulation.

You probably already know how important it is to drink enough water every day. It has been estimated that our body is 65% water. When we lose more liquids then we ingest, we get dehydrated, and experience headaches, dry skin, dizziness, and fatigue. In the more severe cases, dehydration could lead to a loss of consciousness and fainting spells.

Since water is so important for our bodies, have you ever stopped to think about what temperature it's best to drink it at? Normally people prefer drinking cold water, but that might not be the best way.

Here are some reasons why cold water may not be the best for you:

It messes with your digestive system
It gets in the way of fat decomposition
It increases the probability of your throat hurting
It could reduce your heart rate

Now that you know what drinking cold water could do to your body, here are some of the benefits of drinking warm water:

It improves your digestion
It improves your mood
It fights bad cholesterol and obesity
Reduces excessive mucus
It relieves constipation

 







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