Does cold water increase hydration when compared room temperature water?

Asked by: JakeCoffee
  • I think it does indirectly.

    Cold water has the notion of being much more enjoyable after performing strenuous tasks, such as sports. Although cold and room temperature water are still both samples of water, the cold water, in theory, should hydrate you more as it cools the mouth and your body temperature after running, for example.

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