A very popular health trend is to drink some water when you first get out of bed in the morning. In fact, researchers have found that this practice actually does have some great health benefits.
Starting your day with a glass of warm water offers many benefits.
It’s been linked to the preventing and treatment of many health problems, such as heart disease, obesity, kidney disease, uterine disease, diabetes, constipation, arthritis, headaches, epilepsy, vomiting, tuberculosis, body aches, and more.
This water therapy was first started by the Japanese to cure different types of illnesses from headaches to cancer. This could be one of the reasons why lots of Japanese live beyond the age of 100 and the fact that they’re thousands of “Centenarians” who are still living a long life at present.
How Do you Get Started?
① When you first wake up, drink 24 ounces of water (if possible, drink water with no fluoride).
If you cannot drink this much at want, start drinking as much as possible when you first wake up. You can increase the water you drink over time as you become used to it.
② Go about your morning routine, such as brushing your teeth, flossing, etc.
Make sure you wait 20-30 minutes before you drink or eat anything else.
③ You can eat your breakfast as you normally do after the 20-30 minutes have gone by.
After breakfast, avoid drinking or eating anything for about two hours.
Treating Specific Diseases
Research shows that using this regimen can help treat diseases.
For example, doing this for 10 days can help you eliminate gastric problems and constipation.
You can reduce high blood pressure in just 30 days, as well as diabetes. This regiment may even help you prevent or treat cancer.
- High blood Pressure- 30 days
- Gastric Problems- 10 days
- Diabetes- 30 days
- Constipation- 10 days
- Cancer-180 days
You won’t deal with any side effects when you use this treatment method. However, you may notice increased urination when you first get started.
Drinking this water in the morning will help you stay active and healthy.
The Japanese and Chinese usually have hot tea with meals. They don’t drink cold water. Cold water can actually solidify oily foods and slow down your digestive system.
You may want to drink hot water or hot tea with your meals like these Eastern cultures do.