1. Drink water when you wake up. Your body loses water while you sleep, so drink a glass before you go to sleep, and another glass when you wake up. You are naturally thirsty or dehydrated in the morning. The water in the morning helps flush out toxins that have accumulated overnight.
2. Bebe de 8 a 12 glasses a day. According to Mayo Clinic, a person of 55 kilos needs 8 glasses of water a day, while a person 85 kilos need 12 glasses a day. Dr. Robert Tanchanco says that we must monitor our urine color and keep clear. However, drink only a maximum of 16 glasses a day, and no more.
3. Drink little by little throughout the day. Is preferable to drink water throughout the day instead of two glasses at once. This will decrease stress on the heart (especially if you have heart disease) and give your body more time to absorb.
4. Do not wait until you're thirsty to drink water. By the time you feel thirsty, you probably already have 2 glasses below your normal water needs. Older people are also less sensitive to the body's need for water.
5. Bebe agua, in soft drinks, alcohol o café. Some experts believe that tea, sodas and coffee can be potentially dehydrating. On the other hand, the high phosphorus and sugar in cola drinks can lead to diseases such as osteoporosis and diabetes. One study shows that adults who drank six cups of coffee daily experienced mild dehydration. Alcohol is much worse, because it actually dehydrates you by making you urinate a lot.
6. Teach children to drink water. Set a good example for your kids and drink water together. Make sure children drink enough water when active. Pack a large bottled water in their lunch box.
7. Drink more in hot weather. People living in warm climates need to drink more water. They are more likely to develop kidney stones compared to those living in colder regions.
8. Drink more as you exercise. When you exercise, you need to drink more water to compensate for fluid loss. Bebe 500 ml of water for 30 minute 1 hour of exercise. Eating a banana also helps keep the balanced potassium.
9. Drink more when you're sick. Although not feel wanted, as it really is when you need to drink more water to help your body recover from various infections. If you are dehydrated, you will feel much worse.
10. Drink more if you're pregnant. Women who are expecting or breast-feeding need additional fluids to stay hydrated. The Institute of Medicine recommends that pregnant women drink 10 glasses of water daily and women who breast-feed take in about 13 glasses of water a day.