Our bodies are made up of approximately 60-70% water which is lost through normal daily activities such as breathing, sweating and in human waste. Water keeps us hydrated and must be replenished every day for the body to function properly. A minimum of 64 ounces
Signs or symptoms that you are not drinking enough water, or getting enough water via foods, are feelings of hunger, dizziness, lightheadedness, fatigue, a lack of or dark urine, headaches, dry mouth, constipation
Hydration helps to regulate your body’s temperature, keeps joints moving easily, improves skin health, flushes wastes out of the body and increases circulation. Here are some suggestions on how to stay hydrated this summer:
Watermelon is one of the hydrating fruits to put on your list this summer!
Please click hyperlink for more hints on hydration: https://mayoclinichealthsystem.org/hometown-health/speaking-of-health/are-you-struggling-to-drink-enough-water-daily