As an essential component of the human body, water is crucial for our daily functioning. Dehydration can explain a lot of symptoms that might seem scary at first and make you think of serious health issues. But, how much water is enough not to be dehydrated? The experts are at unison here: an adult person should drink at least 2 liters of water per day, preferably more, especially if the temperatures are high.
Water is an essential part of your diet! We can survive weeks without food, but only a few days without water. The body has no way of storing water, so it needs to be constantly replenished from lost through sweat and urination. A minimum of 8 glasses of water daily is suggested and more when it is hot or an individual is engaged in sports or exercise. If you are already thirsty, chances are you may already be dehydrated.
I’m trying something new. Some of my clients asked for a challenge, so I created Healthy Habits Challenges for the rest of this year. The first challenge starts this month. We’re doing a 21-day AB Challenge and a Water Challenge. Why not a 30 day challenge? Because it takes 21 days to create a habit and most people fall off after 2 weeks, so let’s see if 3 weeks works.I’ve posted the 21-Day AB Challenge here and on my other social media sites:
You need to be well hydrated while you're on the go in your busy day to day busy routine!!! Being hydrated by just 2-3 percent will impair aerobic workouts up to 10 percent.
Yes this means no water no weight loss for you my friend. Luckily there is a chance you can lose all the weight you want and the remedy isssssssss !!!! Yep you guessed it WATER
I haven't posted on the blog for a while. I just haven't been feeling well. I've been tired. I've had stomach pain. Just not feeling good. I haven't felt well for a while now. Everything came to a head a couple weeks ago when I went into the hospital with severe pain. It turns out that is was a huge kidney stone. Kidney stones always seemed to be such a small thing to me. The reality is, kidney stones are a BIG DEAL. It's more than just the extreme pain. A kidney stone can damage your kidney and can cause infection. One of the best ways to avoid kidney stones is to drink water.
We all know how important water is for our basic survival. However, for athletes and active individuals, water is simply vital if we want to achieve optimal performance. Here are 5 important reasons why you should never neglect the importance of water:
Meat lovers, that's a lot of water you're eating.
Of course you care about the environment. You turn off the faucet when you brush your teeth. You take showers instead of baths. You've even installed a low pressure shower head. But unless you're a vegetarian, you are wasting a lot of water perhaps without realizing it.