When the heatwave arrives and you still feel coffee is the only answer. Yes, even in the heat, my morning coffee is obligatory. It’s not about waking myself up, because if I had to choose between a Red Bull Energy drink or a decaf coffee, I’d still pick the latter. It’s the habit more than anything.
Drinking warm or hot drinks in hot weather is not me being crazy;
You actually lower the stored amount of heat in the body provided the additional sweat that’s produced when you drink the hot drink can evaporate
Hmm, something to think about. Back to the coffee – I actually wrote a post about breaking the caffeine habit, the withdrawal symptoms and so on. If you feel you’re over-doing it, take a look 🙂
I’ve been there so I know it’s actually a habit you can break. But then again. The morning smell of coffee is too good to miss out on 😉
According to a research paper published by the University of Ottawa’s School of Human Kinetics, drinking hot drinks on hot, dry days can cool you down. The circumstances have to be ideal, but it is possible that a warm drink can reduce your body temperature. Drinking hot drinks makes you sweat disproportionately more