We all know that water is essential for everyday health, but how much is truly enough? Go and type into Google “daily water recommendation” and we guarantee that it will come back with extremely varying answers. Despite all this sense of over-information in the digital age, we are here to set the record straight and tell you how much water you really should be drinking on the regular in today’s blog!
Typically, the age-old adage is that you need 8 glasses of water—or about 2 liters—a day to be functioning properly. While many researchers are trying to fine-tune that number today, the 8-glass rule still holds constants. Now, there many be some variation within that number, as those who exercise throughout the day or those who have a high caffeine intake may require more water.
One of the driving factors as to why people do not meet the daily requirement is that they only drink when they are thirsty. When your body tells you that you are thirsty, it means that it is lacking necessary fluids, meaning that you are not properly hydrated. Ideally, you should be drinking water constantly throughout the day. An easy tip to do this is the 8×8 rule, which means that for every hour, you drink one glass of water, for 8 hours, totaling in your daily recommendation. For those with a full-time job, this is the easiest way to ensure that you are hydrated, as you can simply drink while you work and you will be absolutely fine. Just don’t wait for your body to tell you that it needs more water to start drinking!
Keeping hydrated is always important, but hydrating with fresh water can be a greater concern. Here at Glen Summit Spring Water, we pride ourselves on having some of the freshest water out there, and all it takes us to share is one quick call to us.
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