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Drinking enough water is very important, that is a well-known truth. Drink plenty of clean water. But how much is 'sufficient' and how can you ensure that you get this volume?

How much water should we drink in a day and why?

Our body consists of 55 to 70% water, so more than half. Water is therefore absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of our body. It is not for nothing that a person can survive days in a row without food, but only four days without water. Insufficient intake of water leads to dehydration, which can manifest itself in the first phase in symptoms such as dizziness or light-headedness, a strong smelling urine, a dry mouth, headache, nausea, restlessness, irritability, fatigue and concentration problems. In a more advanced stage, symptoms such as cramps, constipation and loss of appetite can occur. The importance of optimum fluid intake is therefore certainly not to be underestimated. Drink plenty of water, give the body what it needs.

It is generally recommended to drink a minimum of 1.5 liters of water per day. This is to replenish the amount of fluid that one loses on average throughout the day through sweat, urine, feces and exhalation, among other things, and thus prevent dehydration. However, this need may be higher depending on the circumstances in which you find yourself. For example, the body will produce more sweat in warm conditions. The same applies to physical efforts.

Calculate here yourself whether you drink enough by using. this moisture test.

6 Tips for drinking enough water from a water filter dispenser

1. Use a refillable bottle or water bottle

Make sure that you always have a (fun, eye-catching) refillable water bottle handy.
  •     Make markings on the can such that you link every 100 to 200 ml in one hour.
  •     Strive to always drink up to the line that matches the right hour. In this way you will be more aware of drinking water and you will find that it is not at all difficult to achieve the minimum requirement of 1.5 l / day.
  •     State on the water bottle how many water bottles you should drink per day to get an intake of 1.5 liters per day.
  •     A small can of 0.5 or 0.75 liters can be more motivating to drink than a large 1.5-liter bottle, because your smaller canister is empty faster.

2. Start early in the morning

Why you must drink water when get up in the morning. Do not wait until the evening with the good intentions: start early in the morning with a good glass of water at breakfast. By spreading your water intake well over the day, you also avoid nightly toilet visits.

3. Provide a reminder

Certainly in busy periods you can sometimes come home in the evening with the realization that - in addition to that one glass for breakfast - you have not had anything to drink that day. To remind you that you have to drink, it is best to always put your drinking bottle or glass clearly in view. You can also set an alarm or alarm clock, for example every two hours. There are apps nowadays that can help you with this.

4. Be prepared

Make sure that there are a few bottles of water in your car and at work as standard. In this way you prevent yourself from ending up in situations (eg in a traffic jam) where you end up without water for hours.

5. Make it a habit

Make it a habit to prepare a glass of water as standard before you start your meal. Do not leave the table until the glass is empty.

6. Add extra taste

The more you drink something, the more you will drink from it. If you prefer to drink sparkling water, then drink sparkling water! Add a taste to the water from a water filter dispenser and drink more water in hot weather. You can make the taste of water more interesting by adding a few slices of lemon, cucumber, orange or fresh mint leaves.

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