As a kid, your parents are always telling you to drink more of it. In your 20s you down one between cocktails to stave off a hangover. Gym rats carry around huge jugs of it, models swear by it as an essential piece of their beauty routine and a lack of it may just be the reason behind your daily afternoon slump. Chan School of Public Health. The problem is, among the general practitioners surveyedjust 4 percent believed their patients were aware of how to hydrate properly. It may seem like a no-brainer — just drink more water. But do you know exactly how much you should be drinking? We all know the eight-glasses-a-day rule, but is it something we should hang our hat on?
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