Everyone knows that they need to drink water everyday, but getting enough isn’t always easy.
For most people, regardless of age, gender, race, nationality or level of health, the benefits of drinking more purified, clean water are plentiful. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we hear regarding water intake.
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In order to give you the most specific answer to this question, we put together a nifty chart that you can refer to whenever you are not sure if you are drinking enough water. 1 glass = 8 ozs.
Yes! Water provides necessary support for almost every bodily function. Your body needs water to perform all of the following:
When you’re high above sea level, you’ll need to drink more water to stay healthy because of the extra stress your body endures. Similarly, to combat low humidity levels on airplanes, drink one 8-ounce serving of water for every hour in the air.
The colder it gets outside, the more energy your body requires to maintain a 98.6 degree temperature and the more water your body needs. So be sure to drink extra water in cold weather.
Maladies such as pneumonia, the flu or even the common cold can lead to dehydration, which will leave you feeling even sicker. Be sure to up your water intake when you’re not feeling well.
If you plan to spend considerable time outside in warm weather, add at least one or two extra 8 oz servings to your recommended daily amount.
Due to high concentrations of water in breast milk, nursing mothers require eight to twelve 8-oz servings of water a day. In addition, you’ll gain as much water weight as baby weight when you are pregnant. This comes from an increase in blood volume, amniotic fluid and tissue fluids — and drinking enough water will help regulate those functions.
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