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In reality, the amount of water to consume each day depends on your age, your activity level, your sweating but also your health and the medications you take. But as a general rule, specialists agree that sufficient consumption is between 1.5 and 2 L of water per day. If you don’t drink enough, it’s easy to notice: your mouth may be dry, your urine may be dark, and you may have a headache or feel dizzy. On the contrary, by drinking enough, you can improve your mood, physical performance and thinking. It can even help you lose weight and give your skin a better glow. And if you have trouble drinking, there are tips.

According to Brooklyn-based registered dietitian nutritionist Maya Feller, interviewed by the Timeif you have trouble drinking regularly and enough, there are a few tips to put in place on a daily basis. In particular:

If drinking “plain” water throughout the day really doesn’t suit you, know that it is possible to hydrate in other ways. Plant milks contain a lot of water. Also think about fruits and vegetables: watermelon, pineapple, carrots, broccoli, avocados… “A good dose of fruits and vegetables in your day can also help you achieve your water goal” concludes the specialist.


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