What Is Your Recommended Daily Water Intake?

Recommended Water IntakeWhile everyone has heard the conventional wisdom that you should drink eight glasses of water a day, it’s more complicated than that to figure out how much water you should consume on a daily basis. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has determined that the appropriate amount of water consumption seems to be about 3.7 liters (125 ounces) for men and 2.7 liters (91 ounces) for women. However, numerous factors go into determining your recommended daily water intake.

For instance, health conditions such as a fever can make it necessary for you to drink more water. Your level of physical exertion is another variable to keep in mind, since you’ll need to drink extra water to replace the fluids you lose through sweating. And, if you live in a warmer climate, it sometimes won’t even take exercise for you to lose fluids through sweat. So, especially during the warm summer months, it’s important for you to continue drinking water throughout the day.

If you’re experiencing thirst, dry mouth, fatigue, or difficulty concentrating, it may be an indication that you’re falling short of your recommended daily water intake. You can click here to learn some proven strategies for increasing your water consumption.

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Here at Mountain Glacier, we’ve found that one of the biggest obstacles preventing people from consuming the recommended daily water intake is a lack of access to water they like to drink. However, through our water delivery service, we make it easy and affordable for you to maintain a constant supply of clean, refreshing in your home or workplace.

When you sign up for our delivery service, we’ll set you up with a water cooler (for rental or purchase) and return on a monthly basis to replenish your inventory of water jugs and related supplies. In no time, you’ll see for yourself why we’re the preferred water delivery company for homeowners and businesses throughout New York, Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Indiana. Contact us today to learn more about our services and schedule your first delivery!

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