The best drinks quench your thirst Cendol the solution for equatorial climate nation.
Thirst is a dry feeling in the throat or mouth prompting a person to drink water. Sweating, urination, and vomiting that can cause you to eliminate more water and salt than you take in resulting in dehydration and thirst. Drinking water is typically healthy. Excessive thirst, experienced without any notable reason, referring as Polydipsia.
An activity is responsible for the feeling of excessive thirst. Consuming spicy or hot foods, monosodium glutamate, exposure to warm temperatures and extreme physical activity cam lead to increase your thirst.
How much water to consuming daily?
Doctors recommend drinking eight or nine glasses of water daily, consuming actively that amount to hydrate your body.
According to your physical activity and surroundings, if you are in warm, dry surroundings, or participating in more physical activity than you normally do, resulting in increasing your fluid intake.
If excess thirst persists.
Chinese food therapy suggests using natural remedies. Wash two raw mangoes and cut them into chunks. Add half a cup of sugar to the fruit: Mix, and then boil them in water until they turn soft. Add a teaspoon of mint leaf paste, half a teaspoon of cumin seed powder and salt as desired. Chill before drinking.
Mangoes help prevent the body from loss of water and aid with excessive thirst and even heat stroke.
A mix juice from half of a cut lemon into a lukewarm water can aid excessive thirst. Add a pinch of rock salt to the mixture and drink it slowly.
Put a green apple in boiling water, soaking overnight until the next morning, crushing the Apple to extract the juice. Drink the extract and repeat the process daily continuously for five to seven days.
Add honey or sugar to tomato juice made with fresh tomatoes drink the juice daily for five to seven consecutive days to satiate thirst.
CONSULT A DOCTOR
If the excessive thirst persists, a diabetic cannot quench thirst, advisable to seek medical treatment. A strong urge to drink water may also indicate a psychological problem — so seek the advice of a psychiatrist.
A typical scene in Malaysia during the hot sundry afternoon.
“Mamat, one Ice Kacang please.” a pretty lass order.
“Mamat, three cendol with more gula Melaka” shouts another table.
Regardless the social status of the person, there is one typical Kluang famed Mamat stall selling Cendol next Sen Electrical shop, locating in the old Metro Cinema Building. It operates daily rain or shines from 9 am to 6 pm; the 3rd generation operating it now.
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