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How warm water is to helpul for health ?

Asked by Vilas Pardhe, 03 Apr '09 06:04 am
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It is said that by using Warm water our body don\'t have to work extra to bring it to the body temperature and it helps opening the arteries too.
Answered by trishha, 03 Apr '09 07:21 am

 
  
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Yes, warm water is very helpful for health it helps relaxing the walls of intestines and better blood circulation, also help to remove body toxins ,it was found to be helpful to control weight gain ,besides the warm water quenches the thirst . for details contact ; drs1@in.com
Answered by SATENDER SIROHI, 03 Apr '09 08:36 am

 
  
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Arthritis and water exercise Arthritis is a general term describing over 100 different conditions that cause pain, stiffness and often inflammation in one or more joints. Regular gentle exercise can improve an arthritic joint by nourishing the cartilage and easing stiffness. Warm water exercise (hydrotherapy) is particularly helpful, because your body weight is supported and the resistance of moving through water boosts muscle strength and endurance. Activities such as stretching or walking through water can exercise the joints without putting them under strain. Venues that may run warm water exercise classes include recreation centres, fitness centres, public swimming pools and retirement villages. See your doctor before embarking on any new fitness program. The benefits of warm water exercise A Japanese study published in 2002 found that water exercise improved the health of elderly participants. In this study, women between the ages of 60 and 75 years were divi ...more
Answered by naresh thakur, 03 Apr '09 06:52 am

 
  
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Yes, warm water is very helpful for health it helps relaxing the walls of intestines and better blood circulation, also help to remove body toxins ,it was found to be helpful to control weight gain ,besides the warm water quenches the thirst .
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 03 Apr '09 06:30 am

 
  
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Arthritis and water exercise Arthritis is a general term describing over 100 different conditions that cause pain, stiffness and often inflammation in one or more joints. Regular gentle exercise can improve an arthritic joint by nourishing the cartilage and easing stiffness. Warm water exercise (hydrotherapy) is particularly helpful, because your body weight is supported and the resistance of moving through water boosts muscle strength and endurance. Activities such as stretching or walking through water can exercise the joints without putting them under strain. Venues that may run warm water exercise classes include recreation centres, fitness centres, public swimming pools and retirement villages. See your doctor before embarking on any new fitness program. The benefits of warm water exercise A Japanese study published in 2002 found that water exercise improved the health of elderly participants. In this study, women between the ages of 60 and 75 years were divi ...more
Answered by antnkt, 03 Apr '09 07:18 am

 
  
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