Drinking water is a necessity for our body and health. It is so important to stay hydrated during our day, not only to refill the water that we lose throughout the day, but drinking more water can aid in weight loss, manage diabetes, essential in pregnancy and also keeps your teeth, skin and gums healthy.
Here below we have few tips that can engage you to drink more water every day.
>Establish a Routine: Similarly to how we inaugurate a morning and bedtime routine, we can create a water consumption schedule to make drinking water more practicable. It’s as simple as waking up and having a glass of water, and when you’re getting ready for bed, having another glass.
>Drink from Larger Containers: Carrying a larger container may provoke you to drink more water, not to mention it makes it easier to attain the recommended goal of 64 ounces or 8 glasses of water per day.
>Add Flavor: Water can be pretty insipid and tasteless. You can infuse your water with watermelon chunks, orange slices, raspberries, or lemons. You can even freeze fruit and use it in the place of ice cubes for cooler water. If you’re missing that carbonation or fizz from sodas, try sparkling water or a club soda.
>Eat More Hydrating Foods: Water consumption is snowballing with every food item we intake. Sneak the following water-rich fruits and veggies into your diet to stay hydrated: cucumbers, lettuce, watermelon, strawberries, grapefruit, apricots, zucchini, grapes, cherries, cauliflower, radishes, celery, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, eggplant, and bell peppers.
So, try using the above tips in your daily routine to drink more water every day.