Warm Water Early Morning

by - 8/06/2014

Getting off to bed and to drink a glass of warm water has been my ritual habit since for the first time I have experienced a blood pressure of 140/80.    Should I be concerned? I'm in my late 30's.

According to my Doctor I have a MILD STAGE 1 BP. It's not horrible, I don't need to PANIC. The easiest way to to bring it down is I have to strictly follow my Daily Balance Diet and to have a regular exercise and not to forget to DRINK WARM WATER in the morning.

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Reducing salt intake and eat less fatty food. 

Risk associated with a high blood pressure is a HEART PROBLEM, that leads to STROKE or KIDNEY FAILURE.    

WHY WARM WATER? Because it FLUSHES OUT KIDNEYS, PREPARE YOUR STOMACH FOR FOOD, and HELPS THE BOWELS MOVE REGULARLY and NATURALLY.

I'm in my 3 months of religiously following my doctors' advice, and if you're asking me "Does it really work?" My answer is "YES, it does." I can feel lightness and my BP is back to normal 120/80. 

Cleansing our internal body is very important especially if you are in your late 30's or 40's since this is the stage wherein the digestive system depresses.

Another thing to consider if you want to
loss weight, by drinking 10 ounces of warm water mix with a teaspoon of honey or a lemon juice.


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It will mobilize extra fat in the body and it produces energy by making you sweat even without exercising.

Just always remember you have to wait 30 minutes before eating after drinking warm water with or without honey or lemon.


   
 Thank you
 

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15 comments

  1. I think this is a good habit as it loosens up the system and makes you more mobile.

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  2. Really, daily replenishment of fluids inside our bodies have an excellent effect especially with a fitness program. Moreover, if you know the condition of your health, there's no problem in monitoring. Keep healthy and drink enough fluids daily.

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  3. Good to know that you are monitoring your health status, there are many ways to stay fit, and yours is good for the BP maintenance.

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  4. Ah, this is a perfect thing to add to my morning regimen. Now, ko lang nalaman ito. Thanks Pal for sharing.

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  5. I've heard that this is really good to all of us! I'll always remember that 30 minutes rule! :)

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  6. I will definitely use this as I have issues with my hypertension as well.

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    1. Thanks +Leira...we should take good care of our health.

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  7. I always do this too even if i'm still in my early 20s! :) actually, even when dining out, i always make sure to ask for either hot water or lemon water.

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    1. I am starting to do that also +Sumi. Hehehehehe....too late for me to know that. Hahahaha....anyway...better late than never.

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  8. I know the thing about lemon and honey.. but the warm water is new to me. I should said this to my mom.

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  9. Yeah, my mom said that drinking warm water in the morning will also help our body to detoxify. It's a great way to kick-start your system and make you healthy.

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  10. Sis we have the same high BP. After giving birth, my OBGYN said that I have hypertension. I will try warm water in the morning as I love cold water, the opposite naman!

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  11. My late Lola always gave me warm water to drink in the morning, I didn't know how much good it actually did! :)

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  12. I got sick last year and was told that I should be drinking water with lemon every time. Which I did up until now. Never tried with with honey though. :)

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