Did you know that the Japanese have the habit to drink a glass of water right after they get up in the morning. They’ve practiced this tradition since ancient times, an ancient tradition with a number of health benefits. It was re-popularized during World War II when it was published in a Japanese newspaper. So why is this practice so popular? Well, it has a number of health benefits for your overall health and there’s even scientific studies that back this theory.
According to experts, drinking water on an empty stomach can help you with a number of cardiovascular problems, can relieve headaches, resolve irregular heartbeat, reduce cholesterol levels, help with asthma, tuberculosis, bronchitis, eye, nose and ear problems, UTIs, diarrhea, gastritis and so on. So how can you take advantage of this beneficial routine?
Every morning, right after getting up drink 4 glasses of water (200ml) on an empty stomach. Afterwards you can go about your routine as you normally do, wash your teeth and wash up and wait for 45 minutes before you have breakfast. Another thing that’s important is that you shouldn’t eat anything for 2 hours after a meal.
Don’t be disappointed if you’re unable to drink the entire amount from day one, 800ml of water is a lot so start slow and work your way up, day after day you’ll reach the desired amount eventually.
Experts say that this type of water therapy can get your blood pressure under control in a month, resolve gastritis problems and constipation in 10 days, and diabetes in a month. Start performing this routine every morning and soon you’ll notice the health benefits it brings along.
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