THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU DRINK WARM WATER EVERY MORNING

Most people immediately go to the kitchen to make a cup of coffee in the morning after getting up, while others drink a glass of water first. However, in order to benefit from the cold water and cup of coffee, you should drink a cup of warm water in between. This habit offers numerous health benefits and is the best way to start your day properly. Here’s a list of the health benefits of drinking a cup of warm water in the morning:

  1. Improves bowel movements

Drinking warm water in the morning can improve your digestion and boost your bowel movements. One study which focused on a group of patients suffering from achalasia (a condition which prevents food from passing into the stomach) concluded that drinking a cup of warm water in the morning can indeed help them. Almost 60% of the patients experienced significant improvements. The cup of warm water will activate your bowels in the morning and improve the absorption of food during the day.

  1. Relieves pain

Drinking warm water in the morning can soothe your dry or irritated throat and reduce the swelling and inflammation. This can help in cases of sore and inflamed throat and will reduce the pain after only a sip. The warm water will relax the muscles and soothe cramps as well.

  1. Promotes weight loss

Drinking warm water can help you lose weight. According to a study published in the Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine which examined the effects of warm water on a group of overweight women, it took 8 weeks before the subjects experienced a significant drop in weight, appetite and body mass index.

  1. Improves circulation

Drinking a cup of warm water in the morning can boost your blood flow. One study showed that when the body is exposed to warm temperature, the blood cell flow increases. Once the heat drops, the circulation returns to normal as well. This shows that drinking warm water in the morning can improve your circulation and resolve numerous problems.

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Sources: 

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