In Chinese medicine the Warm part of your energy is called YANG QI
It has the functions of
Protecting Raising Holding Transporting Transforming
things in Your Body
Holding things up (prevent prolapse)
Keeping in the Right Place
Igniting Digestive Fire
Movement Circulation Activation
Producing Yin Qi (fluids)
Why Would You Choose Warm Fluids and Warm Foods over COLD?
To preserve your Yang Qi... Stop Wasting Your Warm!
Warm Relieves Pain
Drinking warm water has the ability to reduce swelling in the throat, which in turn provides a temporary pain relief. It indeed works wonders for irritated and dry throats, too. This is especially useful during mornings when you wake up with a dry throat which causes you pain as you swallow. Amazingly, a notable improvement can be experienced after taking the first sip of warm water. Ultimately, warm water also soothes cramps by relaxing the muscles of the stomach.
Improves Bowel Movements
A study done by the Journal of Neurogastroenterology and Motility has shown that up to 58 percent of patients suffering from achalasia, a condition in which the muscles of the lower part of the esophagus fail to relax, experienced notable improvement in their condition after drinking warm water. Drinking a glass of warm water on an empty stomach is a good way to stimulate the colon to move the bowels easier. In addition, it sets the body for better absorption of food during the day.
Drinking warm water improves blood flow in the body's circulatory system. It has been scientifically shown that when the body is exposed to warm temperature, the blood cell flow initially raises by a dramatic amount. Then, it drops back to normal rate of blood flow and starts to gradually increase the longer it is exposed to the warmth. Warm water basically improves circulation by warming up the body from within.
While staying well hydrated is generally beneficial for weight loss, it turns out that taking it warm is the best way to consume this liquid. In a study done by Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine focused on a group of overweight women who were given large amount of warm water. At the end of the study, it was found that women had experienced a notable decrease in appetite, weight, and body mass index....