Some of us might have heard these from our elders many times but because of our busy lifestyle with leads to constant lack of time, affects our daily routine. To save time, as soon as we drink a cup of tea – hit the shower but both seemingly harmless things.
Take a shower
While taking a shower or a bath, our body temperature slightly increases. To cope with this, the body sends a little more blood to the skin than usual. This can disrupt the digestive process and slow metabolism.
30 minutes after a meal is the best time to start water procedures
According to studies, it shows that the hot cup of tea – harmless drink interferes with the assimilation of iron, a mineral which plays a significant role in the human body. Therefore, children, pregnant women, and people suffering from a lack of iron should avoid drinking tea within an hour of eating.
Long back the myth about sleeping immediately after food leads to excess weight dispelled. But it doesn’t mean that we should ignore the rest of the harm it causes. Sleeping on a full stomach causes inconveniences such as heartburn, burping, and high acidity. In addition, it has been proved that regular sleep immediately after lunch or dinner increases the risk of a stroke. Experts say that it’s always good to hit the bed not less than 2 hours after eating.
The full loaded stomach can lead to discomforts like hiccups and nausea as well as more serious consequences: increased risk of trauma and convulsions. Experts do not advise to power up your body after a good meal, it might be tempting but must to be avoided. If you still cannot want to do, it’s good to limit yourself to a quiet walk and start exercising at least 2 hours later.
After having food, the active digestive process begins which involves almost all the system on our body. At this time, intake of nicotine will be absorbed in double force which greatly increasing all its harmful effects. And it also is proven that tobacco can block the absorption of vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamins C and D, negating the effect of even the healthiest meal.