7 Benefits of Drinking Warm Water Every Morning
Drinking warm water on an empty stomach daily offers many health benefits. Stall Metsovas, clinical nutritionist and media health expert in Food and Nutrition Sciences, explains: “Physicians recommend drinking warm water in the morning, usually, with polyphenol-rich lemon immersion, or with tea shown to decrease free radical activity in the body.”
Here are 7 health benefits happening to your body when you adopt this amazing habit:
- Warm water prevents premature ageing.
- It alleviates pain.
- It promotes weight loss.
- It improves digestion.
- It improves blood circulation.
- It aids constipation.
- It induces sleep.
You will find more information about these benefits here.
Please note that you should not drink warm tap water, because it contains microscopic metal particles from the pipes and heating systems, and possibly bacteria from the warm still standing. If using tap water, always take cold water and then warm it up in a kettle, heater, or microwave.
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