It finally turned out that this is how much water you need to drink every day

Researchers from the American University of Wisconsin-Madison recently conducted a study involving thousands of people from more than 20 countries, which revealed that the recommended daily water consumption is between 1 and 6 liters, meaning that two liters of water consumption cannot be generalized.

Moreover, the researchers found that not only physical activity, but also gender and temperature matter a lot when it comes to daily fluid consumption.

Based on these, 2.5 liters of water is not necessarily enough for a 20-year-old, 70-kilogram young man who lives in Great Britain. Why? Because the island country’s average temperature is 10 degrees Celsius, and the man in question does average physical activity. For this reason, you need 3.2 liters of fluid per day. However, in the case of a woman of the same age who is active but weighs 58-60 kilos, this would mean only 2.7 liters.

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