Is It Dangerous To Drink Ice-Cold Water When Overheated?

As much of the U.S. braced for unprecedented high temperatures in July 2021, warnings and suggestions to avoid heat-related injuries circulated on social media. One such post claimed that drinking ice-cold water under high-heat conditions can potentially cause the body to go into shock. Snopes readers sent our team the following Facebook post that was reportedly shared to the platform in early July: 

So we’ve all heard not to drink really cold water in the heat, but a lot of us haven’t heard the why or experienced it first hand. Cold water is good, so how could it be bad?

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Should You Drink More Water In Summer? Experts Weigh In

When it comes to caring for our bodies, we know a lot of our wellness practices can be seasonal—especially as the hot summer months roll around. For example, you might leave the heavy moisturizers in the drawer in favor of a lighter, sweat-resistant formula. Or you might start your runs earlier in the day to avoid the worst of the heat.

One wellness practice that’s left us scratching our heads? Hydration. The added heat means we should be drinking more water… right?! Or is our sudden thirstiness all in our heads?

Stacie Stephenson, DC, CNS, a chiropractor,

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Euro 2020: UEFA respond after Cristiano Ronaldo told fans to drink water instead

UEFA has insisted that ‘everyone is entitled to their drink preferences’ after Cristiano Ronaldo removed two of their sodas from a Euros press conference.

The health-obsessed 36-year-old took offense after the fizzy drinks were placed in front of his seat before an interview yesterday – so he moved them out of shot and told fans to ‘drink water’ instead.

Now UEFA has responded, acknowledging in blunt fashion that everyone has ‘tastes and needs.’

‘Players are offered water, alongside Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, on arrival at our press conferences,’ a spokesman added.   

As an official sponsor of Euro 2020 the

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How Church Intervention Saved Nigerian Widow From In-laws Insisting She Must Drink Water Used To Wash Her Late Husband

St. Gregory De Great Catholic Church, Ubahuekem, Ihiala in Anambra state has intervened to save Mrs Chioma Asomugha from undergoing a harmful widowhood practice under duress.


Asomugha had on Sunday alleged that the brothers of Charles, her late husband, said she must drink the water to prove that she was not responsible for her husband’s demise.

The widow, who stated that she lived with her late husband in Lagos before his death, however, added that she would not do it.


“I have four children with my husband and we lived at Ajangbadi in Ojo area of Lagos before his demise,”

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Ronaldo reveals how much he dislikes Coca-Cola tells people drink water

Cristiano Ronaldo reveals how much he dislikes Coca-Cola, tells people to drink water

Cristiano Ronaldo: Drink water, not Coca-Cola

Portugal talisman and global footballing icon Cristiano Ronaldo caused a commercial stir in his press conference ahead of his country’s meeting with Hungary.

Ronaldo was due to answer questions alongside Portugal head coach Fernando Santos, and as he sat down noticed some strategically placed bottles of Coca-Cola on the table.

After doing so, the veteran attacker picked both up, and moved them out of shot.

Lifting up his bottle of water, he simply added: “Water”.

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‘Drink water!’ – Ronaldo shuns Coca-Cola with unexpected health advice in Euro 2020 press conference

The Portugal superstar was dead serious in his disdain for the soda drink – likely to the dismay of tournament organisers

Cristiano Ronaldo removed two Coca-Cola bottles from the table in front of him at his pre-match Euro 2020 press conference on Monday before holding up a bottle of water to the room and declaring people should drink water instead.

Then, for dramatic effect, he rolled his eyes and said with borderline disgust, “Coca-Cola”.

The brand is an official sponsor of the tournament, but clearly, Ronaldo is not a believer in the health downsides relative to water.


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5 Creative Ways To Drink More Water

Universal fact: Flavored water is more fun to drink. But the last thing we need is some sugary concoction that eclipses the health benefits of hydration. Twinings Cold Infuse water enhancers give water enough taste to be craveable but are sugar-free and sans artificial ingredients. Each infuser steeps in cold water to add delicious fruit and herb flavors.

After you drop an infuser into your water bottle, here’s what happens. First, your water enlivens with a lovely shade of color. The vibrant red of the Watermelon & Mint flavor, for example, is an invitation to drink up! Then it’s the

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What happens when you drink too much water

Following is a transcript of the video.

Narrator: What do you think of when you hear the word poison? Arsenic? Cyanide? How about water?

Life couldn’t exist without water. But in the right circumstance… Water can be as dangerous as any poison.
Here’s what happens when you drink too much water.

Your kidneys filter out excess waste and water from your bloodstream. But they can only process 800-1,000 mL of water an hour. And if you somehow manage to drink more than that without throwing up, you can run into trouble. Because you’re drinking faster than your kidneys can process

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5 benefits of drinking water in the morning

Drinking water is very important for many bodily processes. These include transporting nutrients to cells, regulating the body’s temperature, and lubricating the joints.

If a person replaces their usual morning drink with water, it could provide them with several associated health benefits of increased water consumption.

This article explores what these benefits may be and how much scientific evidence there is for each one.

It will also discuss different ways to flavor water and if there are any risks to drinking water.

Some people believe that drinking water in the morning can aid in weight loss.

For example, a 2019

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