Are you drinking enough water each day? Here’s a guideline: Divide your weight in pounds by half. This is the approximate amount of water needed in ounces daily for normal body processes. Of course, if you are exercising or spending a lot of time in the heat this summer, you will need to increase that amount accordingly.
A well-hydrated body will assure you regulate body temperature, proper digestion, optimal cognitive abilities, and so much more – its importance cannot be overstated! (And of course, it will keep your skin looking youthful, too!)
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