Are you drinking enough water?
The female body needs approximately 2.7L a day, while the male body needs approximately 3.7L a day.
This includes water contained in food, beverages and drinking water. The amount of water needed varies with the individual, depending on physical exercise, alcohol and coffee consumption, illness, temperature of their environment and humidity levels.
Adequate hydration is essential for maintaining health and may have positive effects on a range of chronic conditions.
Dehydration may lead to the following:
- Increased fatigue
- Increased stress
- Decrease in concentration
- Decrease in alertness
- Reduced endurance
As we all know, drinking water has multiple benefits, but the impact might be greater than you thought. Sufficient fluids will help, protect and support good kidney function and promote weight loss by boosting your metabolism. Some of the tips we have for increasing your hydration are as simple as drinking herbal teas, eating fresh fruit and vegetables and adding lemon juice to warm water.