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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Are there benefits to drinking hot water?

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    I've been told that drinking hot water as opposed to cold water can be better for you (detoxification, increases blood circulation, etc) Is this true?
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    General Urological Surgeon and Robotic Sub-specialty expertise. My skilled team include a highly experienced practice manager and specialist urology nurse. I am able to accommodate … View Profile

    There is no particular benefit from a urinary tract infection point of view that I am aware of. From a urological point of view, there is no evidence that I am aware of for hot water being better than cold water, and I do not use it as any form of treatment.

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    My research interests include immunology and the mechanisms of amyloid formation. The latter has implications for people who are dealing with Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease … View Profile

    I agree with Dr Haddad.

    If you (say) drink 250 mL of cool (10 C) or hot (30 C) water it will rapidly reach thermal equilibrium (37 C) with the rest of your body within a few minutes of arriving in your stomach - this is well-understood physics.

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