When drinking water, half of the cold and hot water will affect the body. Maybe most people don’t know. What happens when we drink hot water mixed with cold water.
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Gold Medal Pet Fan Officer, Zhou Yanping, Chinese Medicine Physician, Yonghe Town Central Health Center, Ji’an County, creator in the field of health
Introduction: The water content of the human body accounts for about 70% of body weight. It is a necessary ingredient to maintain the body’s operation. If there is no water, the body will have problems and then die, so the importance of water is self-evident. Most of the water our body consumes in a day is white water, so how to drink water is the most correct?
Drinking water can promote the excretion of toxins from the body, relieve thirst, and maintain human life. There are also ways to drink water. Hot water is very hot at first and difficult to drink. Many people will pour some cold water into it and drink it again.
What is the effect of cold water and hot water in the body?
What happens when we drink hot water mixed with cold water read below down in detail.
Everyone should have the experience that the water is very hot, so put some cold water in the cup to make it cool. After all, it takes time to wait for the hot water to cool by itself, and we often can’t wait that long. So this practice will have an impact on the body?
1 Hot water and cool boiled water
Cool Baikai refers to the natural letting down of hot water. Pour the cool Baikai into the hot water to be clean and healthy. After all, the water has reached the adaptability standard after high-temperature disinfection. Some people say that Cool Bai Kai is bad for the stomach and intestines. This is completely overwhelming. Cool Bai Kai has been sterilized by high temperature and it is completely okay.
2 Tap water and Boiling Water
Summer is hot and hot, which is the season when water is most needed. Some people don’t pay attention to it, they drink raw water, or they accidentally drink the water when they swim in a river or swimming pool. The raw water is extremely dirty, with parasites, bacteria, viruses, etc., which can easily cause physical discomforts, such as diarrhea, vomiting, and fever.
Precautions for drinking water
1. Don’t drink too much water
Drinking water is good for the body, but everything goes too far. Scientific research shows that people drink 2000 to 3000 milliliters a day. If you drink too much water, it will cause water poisoning, and the gain will not be worth the loss. Moreover, the water is filtered and absorbed by the kidneys, and then excreted. If you drink a lot of water, the burden on the kidneys will be heavy. This will cause kidney problems for a long time. Therefore, it is best to drink water appropriately according to your body. OK.
2. Don’t drink water after feeling dry mouth
When you feel thirsty, it proves that your body lacks water severely and warns you that it is a bit late to replenish water at this time. Therefore, do not passively drink water in your daily life. When you actively drink appropriate water every day, you will find your skin It’s getting better and better. Drinking water after thirsty puts a heavy burden on the internal organs, which will dilute the acid in the stomach, which is not conducive to digestion, so you must remember to take the initiative to drink water
3. The speed of drinking water is also particular
Is drinking water fast or slow? Studies have shown that drinking water quickly will bring water and air into the body. Air in the body will cause flatulence in the belly and hiccups, especially for people with weak spleen and stomach functions, so be sure to drink water slowly. After exercising, avoid drinking water quickly and drinking frozen water. Drink it slowly, little by little, so as to benefit your health.
Everyone is an independent individual and has different ways of drinking water, but no matter how you drink water, do not drink raw water, which is very harmful to your body. We also need to drink water appropriately every day, to ensure that we are adequately hydrated, and to control the rate of drinking water.