How Much Water Do You Really Need?

Water makes up about 60 percent of the human body, so it’s essential to keep hydrated. But exactly how much water should you drink? Though the common recommendation to “drink eight eight-ounce glasses per day” provides a good general benchmark, water intake needs vary greatly from person to person.

An article from the Mayo Clinic lists the benefits of drinking more water, then breaks down intake needs by gender, geographic location, activity level and other factors to offer a more accurate estimate of how much water you should be sipping each day.

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