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@Kenneth, Again, are you saying that I should ignore REAL LIFE PROFESSIONAL doctors who are able to perform a diagnosis of a patient. I am not 'interfering' in a belief system, all i am doing is saying that I would have more trust in a REAL doctor, who has been 'scientifically trained', who can hold a (respectful) conversation and answer questions, as a proper basis of reaching medical conclusion. How do you find my expression of my own opinions and experience disrespectful? This is a public forum and I am disagreeing with your assertion that the internet is a better source of medical information, and how to interpret it, than a REAL LIFE doctor who can hold a conversation. If you post on a public forum, of course you can expect lack of agreement. I don't care one way or the other if you chose to base your medical information on the internet, but there are people who disagree, like myself. If i have a stomach complaint, i would sooner rely on a doctor to find a solution than the internet which might tell me that I have anything from cancer to indigestion. I know you are not going to read all of this comment, but that does not bother me in the least. Again, this is a public forum, and you chose to copy/paste links and I chose to say why i would not trust the internet as a source of medical advice.
Nov 26, 2020 19:25 Report Abuse
Extracted: https://pharmeasy.in/blog/cold-water-vs-warm-water-which-one-should-you-drink/ Coldwater may bring you temporary respite from the heat but it does more harm than good- It slows down digestion and impacts your metabolism rate. It is very likely to give you a congested nose and a sore throat. It lowers your heart rate. These are the reasons why you should always opt for water that is slightly warm no matter how enticing cold water seems. If warm water is unappetizing, you can add lime juice or herbs like tulsi to improve its flavour.
Nov 21, 2020 06:52 Report Abuse
@ kenneth, are you a doctor? if not, then i will get my medical advice from a professional, (my sister for example), who understands the benefits of sunshine for health, and not someone who is good at copy/paste links from the internet. Or do you not believe that doctors are 'scientific' too? just asking. You have heard it here folks. apparently random people on the internet who can copy/ paste links should be believed sooner than actual REAL LIFE medical professionals.
Nov 23, 2020 19:55 Report Abuse