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How many glasses of water do we really need to drink per day

We all try to keep the 2 to 2.5 liters per day. What drinking water really does for your skin. Because according to experts that is a must, but is not that different from person to person? Glamor searched it out.

Math trick

Some experts do not cling to a certain number of glasses or liters per day. Because every human being is different. That is why there is a trick that allows you to calculate what you need for water in a day. Multiply your body weight (in kilograms) by 0.03. The result is the number of liters of water that you would have to receive per day.

Eight glasses?

Many people stick to the 8 glasses per day rule. But as far as our detective nose can find, there is no scientific proof for it. Sure, you can drink eight glasses of water a day. But it is not a must. Your kidneys can process about 0.7 to 1 liter of water per hour, writes the scientific website Nemo Kennislink. So you should not go over there in any case. Stop drinking soda - Stop sugar.

Thirsty or not thirsty

But how much do we have to drink? If you are afraid that you have drunk too little, then your body will indicate it automatically. You can get headaches, a dry mouth, a crazy kind of hunger. Drinking water lowers the blood pressure. Actually everything points straight to one phenomenon: thirst. And then you know what you have to do.

Conclusion: let all myths sail and listen to your body and the possible thirst signals. Eating delicious ripe fruit.

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