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Drink Cold Water
Conventional Western: Medicine would say that is fine. Traditional chinese medicine would suggest that drinking room temperature liquids would lead to a healthier internal state. ...Read more
From a Traditional: Chinese medicine standpoint, it is healthier to drink room temperature water. This site is excellent (but may be confusing because it comes from eastern rather than western medicine standpoint). http://universaltcm.wordpress.com/education-information/cold-foods-cold-drinks-caused-health-problems/. ...Read more
Cold water: If you enjoy your water and don't have any symptoms you have nothing to worry about. ...Read more
He's thirsty: Many kids develop a drinking fetish.It is most common in the toddler years, but can persist.These kids drink during their wake periods but can sleep and travel distances.The selection is a personal choice.The pattern drives thirst because their kidneys get patterned to dilute urine.Decreasing the volume you give him gradually can slow this down. ...Read more
Is it a fact that if you drink cold water instead of room temperature water, it helps you loose weight?
Not significantly: If you drink cold water your body will expend about 8 calories warming it, so drinking 8 glasses of cold water a day it will burn 64 calories. One must burn 3500 calories to lose 1 pound of weight, so if you drink 8 glasses of cold water a day for about 2 months you may lose a pound. Eating less & exercising will help much more. Drinking water may help you eat less. See http://tinyurl.com/ohnaeav ...Read more
Almost a week since I haven't gone to the bathroom, I've tried sitting down but I can't. I drink cold water alot, mornings, HELP.
Keeping with Cool.: Aside from the fact that cold or at least cool water is easier to drink as it seems to be more palatable, It is generally thought to be absorbed faster. It has a cooling effect on stomach especially after your body heats up after exercising. On top of all that, your body will expend more calories trying to make the cold water warm. ...Read more
Over comp.: Over compansation by your temp regulating system. Try less cold water. If taking other meds, related side effect. See pmd and discuss. May be. ...Read more
Water is healthy. : So both cold and hit will give you same effect regardless. In warm weather drinking cold water has an added benefit of cooling you down. Similarly in cold weather you feel worse by drinking cold water. So in other words the temperature of water has nothing to do with its effectiveness but has to do with comfort. ...Read more
Odd: sounds odd to me, I'd likely start with an "upper GI X-ray: discuss with your MD. ...Read more
Water temp: Drinking cold water can be experienced as more refreshing than tepid water by some. It can also help to cool you down. Traditional Chinese medicine encourages use of water that is closer to body temperature. ...Read more
Traditional Chinese: medicine would encourage room temp water. http://www.medicaldaily.com/health-benefits-warm-water-6-ways-drinking-warm-water-can-heal-your-body-282218 ...Read more
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Water: Drinking water CANNOT make you fat as water has no calories! ...Read more
Is it bad to drink cold water after you spent all night crying? I don't want to sound dumb. What are you supposed to and not supposrd to do.
Cold hides thirst: If somebody has been crying so hard to the point that they are dehydrated (either from tear flow, or drinking fluids and eating) replenishing hydration can be important. Cold water will start to replenish hydration, but it will take away thirst, sometimes too quickly. Room temperature water does not artificially hide thirst. Be sure to address the causes of the crying and feel better soon. ...Read more
I noticed my 37 tilted lingually and there's a cold sensation when im drinking cold water. Is it because of impacted 38? Can my 37 be saved after endo
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