Here it is, Your First Mini Target – Drink Water
You might be wondering, “how much water should you drink each day in ounces?” Each morning when you get up, drink an 8-16oz before you do anything else—a glass of room temperature or lukewarm water, with or without freshly squeezed lemon juice.
You should drink eight glasses of water each day. Drink a glass of water approx every 1.5 hours and keep up this practice throughout the day. This simple habit will encourage you to start your day with purpose and improve you mentally and physically.
Once you start the day with a mini goal accomplished, it will give you the self-confidence to keep going and get you to the next target to complete another goal.
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So, how much water should you drink each day to avoid dehydration? You’ve probably heard that drinking eight glasses of water every day is good for your health. It’s a simple and reasonable goal.
Drinking water keeps the majority of healthy people hydrated. For some, less than eight glasses per day may be sufficient. Others, on the other hand, may require more.
Your fluid intake depends on several factors, including;
Daily activity – If you engage in any activity that causes you to sweat, you should drink enough water to compensate for the fluid loss. It’s advisable to drink water before, during, and after an exercise.
Health condition – Whenever you have diarrhea, vomiting, or a fever, your body gets dehydrated. Drink more water or use any rehydration solutions directed by your physician. Other illnesses such as bladder infections may necessitate more fluid intake.
You don’t have to rely just on the water to keep hydrated. What you consume also contributes significantly. Fruits like watermelon are virtually entirely made up of water.
In addition, beverages such as herbal teas, juice, and milk are composed mostly of water.
If you rarely get thirsty and your urine is light yellow or colorless, your fluid intake is adequate.
Make water your preferred beverage to avoid dehydration and ensure your body receives the fluids it requires.