Cold Water Drinking Negative Impact Temperature Mismatch Health Report Launched

A new healthy living report has been launched by “Your Wellbeing World”, highlighting the importance of not drinking cold water. It also points out some benefits to drinking warm water.

“Your Wellbeing World”, the healthy living and nutritional website, has launched a new report focusing on why it’s important to never drink cold water. It is the latest in a line of reports focusing on great health content as part of the site’s commitment to providing readers with top quality articles.

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Increasing attention has been placed on the importance of drinking water. Drinking water helps to maintain the balance of body fluids, and better hydration leads to more focus, mental clarity, and productivity throughout the day.

Water also helps to energize the muscles, and proper hydration leaves the skin looking healthier and more vibrant.

Doctors and health specialists alike are urging people to drink a certain amount of glasses of water every day. In order to achieve this habit, it can help to have a drink with every snack or meal, or drink upon waking and just before going to sleep.

However, the new report from “Your Wellbeing World” highlights the importance of not drinking cold water.

The report states: “The body’s natural temperature is 37 degrees Celcius. When you drink something that is very cold, your body has to spend an exorbitant amount of energy to regulate your core temperature. This takes away from energy that is needed to digest food and absorb nutrients.”

Contrasting this, drinking hot water can have a soothing effect on the muscles of the abdomen. This can help to provide relief from menstrual and abdominal cramping, as well as muscle spasms.

Those wishing to find out more about the report can visit the website on the link provided above.

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