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Burn Uvula Drinking
Sure: But you are not going to loose any weight by doing so. You need to burn off more calories than you ingest, and that is best accomplished by exercise (enough where you are usually sweating due to the heat being generated by the amount of calories you are burning). Eat healthy, watch your caloric intake, and start a workout plan to help you achieve your goals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
No: People will try to sell all sorts of stuff by claiming it BURNS FAT. Of course, the stuff doesn't work. Avoid putting those gimmicky products into your body, and save your money. Weight loss happens when a person eats FEWER calories than she needs. Don't eat or drink sugar, or do it only rarely. Exercise burns fat, because fat is stored fuel... and muscles need fuel to work. ...Read more
Not really: First, drinking large amounts of vinegar can lead to possibly severe kidney damage, so do not drink more than what you would put on a salad or in a recipe at one time. As a small about as a dietary supplement, it has been hypothesized that vinegar supplements can burn endogenous stores of fats, but it does not. It may be healthy in small amounts and break up undigested fats, but does not burn fat. ...Read more
No, not unless . . .: Lemon water, or any flavored or unflavored water drink, with or without caffeine, will not "burn fat" unless the drink contains no sugar, and unless the drink substitutes for other snacks, meals, or drinks that do contain calories. On the other hand, using a couple of heavy jugs of lemon water as weights, to do lots of arm curls and other weight lifting exercises, will burn off some calories! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Alcohol can cause a burning sensation in the throat, particularly in high concentration. The amount of alcohol in a glass of red wine will generally not cause a problem. However, alcohol consumption can increase gastric reflux and heartburn causing irritation. Also, overindulgence can lead to mild irritation. ...Read more
No it doesn't: The only reason to drink green tea is if you like the taste. It doesn't help with weight loss or fat burning no matter what time of day you drink it. ...Read more
Thanks for asking!: Drinking water is very good for the body and what happens with a sun burn is it helps to hydrate the skin and allow the tissue to become more plumb. I would also apply topically some products that are hydrophilic or water loving that will help to soothe the skin. Of course, use spf everyday to avoid this problem. ...Read more
I'm on day three of a sore throat. Hurts to swallow and even hurts to yawn. I've tried warm drinks, cold drinks, gargling salt water, cough drops, etc.
Sore Throat: See your doctor for a culture and possible antibiotics. You should also make sure you are not forming an abcess. ...Read more
How does eating ice cubes or ice cream and drinking cold beverages cause tonsillitis or sore throat?
It doesn't: There's no connection.Get a more detailed answer ›
Give it time: You burned your throat drinking hot chocolate. It will take up to two weeks for the healing to place depending on the severity of injury. There are some things that may help. Don't smoke in general, especially now; it will slow down the healing process. Avoid fruit juices and spicy food for two weeks. Drink plenty of water. Water at room temperature is best. Gargle with mild salt water. ...Read more
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