During sleep the metabolic rate, the speed of breathing, the process of sweating decreases. This reduces the excretion of water from the body through exhalation or sweating. In addition to this, there is an extra time for cough in the body, so the mouth, tongue, and throat are covered with phlegm and you do not feel thirsty. But drinking water benefits the biochemical action that begins with the start of the day.

What kind of water to drink? Cold or hot?

On hot days and in hot regions they can drink more plain water without thirst but there are also special benefits of drinking slightly warmer hot water.

Warm warm water

Drinking warm water removes phlegm from the mouth. Cough in the throat is also removed. Cuffs come off easily. Taste of the tongue, secretion of saliva from the glands in the throat, etc. is improved. Drinking hot water speeds up the digestion in the stomach due to improper digestion of the accumulated raw material. Even if the apakva is falling in the stomach, if something is eaten or drunk again, when this happens, again and again, the apakav is spread on the inner skin of the stomach. Which causes digestive diseases like indigestion, acidity, anorexia. This causes bad breath that accumulates in the stomach and causes bad breath. If such a problem occurs frequently, living in a cold region, suffering from cough or flatulence, they benefit from drinking warm water on an empty stomach in the morning. They should drink lukewarm hot water in the morning if they do not feel hungry, have poor digestion, and feel that the food eaten the next day is not digested properly.

Plain cold water

The water kept in the pot all night is called cold water. The water kept in the freezer is very cold. Therefore, if they are suffering from bile disease, they should drink cold water kept in a pot, not frozen. Those who live in a cold region or do not use a pot should drink plain water. People suffering from hyper acidity, GERD acid reflux, peptic ulcer, fresh heat should not drink hot or warm water. Drink plain water. However, the water in the earthenware vessel has air-permeable pores and the effect of the cooling properties of the soil is more beneficial to the biliary tract.

How much water can be drunk?

Blood, lymph, and respiratory functions are very important for the biochemical functions of the human body so that blood and other useful nutrients can reach every cell of the body and non-useful substances are eliminated. Water is directly or indirectly helpful in every physical activity. For a normal need, 8 to 10 glasses of water a day requires about 5 liters of water. In addition to water, liquid food and drink can also be considered. If you keep this in mind, you can drink 3 to 4 glasses of water on an empty stomach in the morning. But if you are not used to it, start with 1 glass and gradually increase it.

Loss due to excessive drinking of water

Dehydration occurs when the amount of water in the body is less than the required amount. Conversely, overhydration occurs when more water is consumed than required. When the body is not in balance with the amount of water and other salts like sodium, potassium, etc., the chances of minor and major diseases in the body increase. Sudden excessive accumulation of water cannot be properly excreted by the body, resulting in electrolyte imbalance. When the balance of salts is not maintained, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, and sometimes loss of consciousness can occur. Hyponatremia can be caused by excessive water retention in the body due to excessive accumulation of water in the body.

It is natural for the speed of breathing to increase when sportsmen, runners, etc. do more physical labor during sports. They have to drink water when they feel dry and thirsty. But if the body drinks more water than it needs, the electrolytes become imbalanced and their performance can deteriorate due to problems like stretching muscles, nausea, and vomiting. That is why athletes, runners, players who have been playing for a long time are weighed before and after the game. How much water to drink is indicated according to how much weight has been lost. When more water is to be drunk, water is drunk by adding electrolytes. Although water is a natural and harmless fluid, overdosing can also damage the kidneys, muscles, etc.


Since individual nature, lifestyle and need are different, it is necessary to keep in mind the time, quantity, and nature of self even in health-oriented experiments.