Simple Ways To Drink More Water
September 19, 2021
Laura Lee

Sometimes, I have days so hectic I forget to drink. And, lately, I noticed that even on other days, I don’t drink nearly as much water as I should. So, I decided to try and drink more water every day, which can often be a boring, repetitive, and forgetful task. So, I looked around for some fun simple ways that would help me drink more water. And, as I am sure I am not the only one struggling with this matter, I have gathered some of them for you. So, here they are – easy ways to drink more water every day:



The first way to drink more water would be to set a daily goal. Decide with yourself how much you wish to drink a day, and make it a goal. Make sure that your goal is measurable, specific, and realistic. Setting a goal and working to achieve it is a great motivator that will help you consume more water. Another way to drink more water is to keep a bottle around you. Keeping a water bottle with you throughout the day can help you drink more water. It can also serve as a visual reminder, so whenever you see your bottle, you will be reminded to drink more.



A third way to drink more water is to drink before every meal. Whether it’s when preparing dinner at home, putting together a snack, or out for lunch at a restaurant – drink a glass of water. It’s a simple rule that will help you drink more water, and, hopefully, over time, this once “rule” will become a habit. Moreover, sometimes your body may mistake feelings of thirst for hunger, so, drinking a glass of water before eating can help you distinguish whether you are feeling true hunger. Another way is to set reminders. Set reminders to drink more water using an app or the alarm on your smartphone or smartwatch. These reminders can help you increase your water intake, especially if you struggle with being forgetful or too busy to drink.


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Another possibility is to replace other drinks with water. This is both a way to drink more water and a way to boost your health. Drinks such as sodas and sports drinks are often full of added sugars, which can be damaging to your health. And, when you are in the mood for a fizzy drink, opt for sparkling water. Add a squeeze of lemon juice for flavor. Another possibility is to eat water-rich foods. Some top picks include cucumber and lettuce (96% water), zucchini (95% water), watermelon and cabbage (92% water), and grapefruit (91% water). Drinking enough water is essential to good health. Hopefully, some of these tips will help you increase your water intake. Cheers!


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