By Tonny Wandella
It is healthy to drink water at any reasonable temperature. Water makes up more than half of your body. Your body’s water supply is depleted by almost everything you do. Some advantages are exclusive to hot and warm water, and you might be surprised. When we say hot, we’re talking about water that’s between 130 and 160 degrees Fahrenheit (54 and 71 degrees Celsius). Water that is hotter than this should not be consumed. There are no health issues that can be solved by scalding your mouth and throat. It’s worth noting that the majority of the evidence for these benefits is based on anecdotal evidence. In many cases, the hard scientific jury is still out.
Helps With Constipation
Constipation can be caused by a variety of factors, one of which is dehydration. Drinking water at any temperature can help you move your bowels again by disintegrating all that clogged-up poop. Anyone who has had to clean a fast-food grill knows that warm water is better than cold water at breaking down debris. There’s some science behind the fry-cook wisdom, too, according to studies. Constipation can be relieved with water of any temperature, but warm water is preferable.
Shivering is Reduced by Drinking Warm Water.
You shiver when you’re cold. It’s one of your body’s attempts to warm itself up. It’s not a nice sensation, and it may be a pain in the neck for people like telecom engineers who have to perform duties that require steady hands in subzero temperatures. Drinking a hot beverage helps stop or minimise shivering when you’re chilly, according to scientific findings. The core temperature of your body is raised by drinking warm water. This satisfies your body’s heat management reflexes enough to temporarily stop the shivering and shakes.