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8 Exclusive Benefits of Drinking Warm Water

Water is one of the most important substances which we need to survive on Earth. According to experts drinking 7 to 8 glasses of warm water is essential for the health of human beings. Most of us prefer drinking cold water, especially in hot summer; researchers have shown that drinking warm water has some exclusive benefits for our health. Hot water is a natural body regulator. If you start your day by drinking a glass of warm water, you can easily proceed towards a healthy life. According to nutritionists, drinking warm water increases the tightening of skin. Cold water is devoid of many essential minerals which are present in warm or hot water. However, most people don’t know that warm water have some exclusive benefits that you just can’t get when you drink cold water. Let’s discuss some beneficial aspects of drinking warm water:

1. Detoxifies the Body:

Drinking warm water is total detoxification of human body. By drinking warm water, body temperature goes up and start sweating, which can remove the toxic materials out of your internal system and make it clean.

2. Helps in easy Digestion:

Warm water is very beneficial for Digestion. It cleans the internal lining of 'esophagus' by removing unwanted layer of fats, thus making the digestive tract smooth. Food easily passes through alimentary canal and goes into intestines and makes digestion easy.

3. Remove extra Pounds:

Warm water is an excellent solution for weight loss. It enhances the rate of metabolism and breaks down the 'adipose' tissue lying under the skin. Researchers proved that when hot water is consumed the receptor in the mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestine stimulates the pleasure centers in the brain.

4. Heals Nasal & Throat Infection:

Warm water is a natural remedy for cold, cough and sore throat. It dissolves thick cough or phlegm and eliminates that easily from your respiratory tract and makes your larynx clear.

5. Enhances Blood Circulation:

Another important benefit of drinking warm water is enhanced circulation of blood. It burns out the body’s extra fat. At the same time, it also breaks down the deposits present in the nervous system.

6. Promotes Hair Growth:

Drinking warm water works as a great source of energy for hair cells. It promotes their regular activities and increases growth of hair. It keeps our scalp moist and vanishes dandruff. It activates the roots of your hair also.

7. Keeps Skin Healthy & Fresh:

By drinking warm water in a regular manner, body can be kept hydrated and warm. It is very useful for dry and rough skin. It also prevents premature ageing and makes your skin glow for a longer period of time by drinking one glass of warm water daily.

8. Eliminates root causes of Infections:

Hot water deep cleanses your body and eliminates the root causes of acne-related infections. Keep your skin free from acne, pimple and other skin disorders by drinking hot water daily.

8 Health Benefits of drinking Warm Lemon Water

Warm lemon water serves as a perfect morning drink. It is enriched with Vitamin-C. Few important benefits are as under:

  • It regulates the production of Bile in the Liver.

  • Potassium content in the lemon helps nourish brain and nerve cells.

  • It prevents the formation of wrinkles and acne.

  • It balances the pH levels in the body.

  • It boosts your immune system.

  • Freshens your Breath.

  • It reduces acidity in the stomach.

  • It fights against eye problems.

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