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    kajch:

Good morning, sunshine.  #sweden #sverige #malmo #morning #goodmorning #kaffe #coffee (Taken with Instagram at Malmö)

    kajch:

    Good morning, sunshine.  #sweden #sverige #malmo #morning #goodmorning #kaffe #coffee (Taken with Instagram at Malmö)

    — 2 years ago with 1 note
    #hipster #hipsternight #events #sg

    #hipster #hipsternight #events #sg

    — 2 years ago
    expose-the-light:

A Hot Drink on a Hot Day Can Cool You Down
Their answer, in short: Yes, a hot drink can cool you down, but only in specific circumstances. “If you drink a hot drink, it does result in a lower amount of heat stored inside your body, provided the additional sweat that’s produced when you drink the hot drink can evaporate,” Jay says.
How does this work? “What we found is that when you ingest a hot drink, you actually have a disproportionate increase in the amount that you sweat,” Jay says. “Yes, the hot drink is hotter than your body temperature, so you are adding heat to the body, but the amount that you increase your sweating by—if that can all evaporate—more than compensates for the the added heat to the body from the fluid.”
The increased rate of perspiration is the key. Although sweat may seem like a nuisance, the body perspires for a very good reason. When sweat evaporates from the skin, energy is absorbed into the air as part of the reaction, thereby cooling the body. A larger amount of sweat means more cooling, which more than counteracts the small amount of heat contained in a hot beverage relative to the entire body.”
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    expose-the-light:

    A Hot Drink on a Hot Day Can Cool You Down

    Their answer, in short: Yes, a hot drink can cool you down, but only in specific circumstances. “If you drink a hot drink, it does result in a lower amount of heat stored inside your body, provided the additional sweat that’s produced when you drink the hot drink can evaporate,” Jay says.

    How does this work? “What we found is that when you ingest a hot drink, you actually have a disproportionate increase in the amount that you sweat,” Jay says. “Yes, the hot drink is hotter than your body temperature, so you are adding heat to the body, but the amount that you increase your sweating by—if that can all evaporate—more than compensates for the the added heat to the body from the fluid.”

    The increased rate of perspiration is the key. Although sweat may seem like a nuisance, the body perspires for a very good reason. When sweat evaporates from the skin, energy is absorbed into the air as part of the reaction, thereby cooling the body. A larger amount of sweat means more cooling, which more than counteracts the small amount of heat contained in a hot beverage relative to the entire body.”

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    — 2 years ago with 219 notes
    cheyuanita:


my morning breeze
feel you on my bittersweet coffee
sweet to smile for day
bitter for faith n fight for life

27’ 03’ 2012
take by cheyuanita

    cheyuanita:

    my morning breeze

    feel you on my bittersweet coffee

    sweet to smile for day

    bitter for faith n fight for life

    27’ 03’ 2012

    take by cheyuanita

    — 2 years ago with 4 notes
    onmyblackbox:

“Now consider this: life is the coffee, and the jobs, money & position in society are the cups. They are just tools to hold and contain life and do not change the quality of life. Sometimes, by concentrating only on the cup, we fail to enjoy the coffee provided. So, don’t let the cups drive you, enjoy the coffee instead”
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    onmyblackbox:

    “Now consider this: life is the coffee, and the jobs, money & position in society are the cups. They are just tools to hold and contain life and do not change the quality of life. Sometimes, by concentrating only on the cup, we fail to enjoy the coffee provided. So, don’t let the cups drive you, enjoy the coffee instead”

    (unknown)

    — 2 years ago with 12 notes