The adult human body is made up of up to 60% water. Some specific organs are made up of even more water. As one can imagine, there can be negative consequences from dehydration. In addition to being a refreshing zero calorie option, the CDC reports that “drinking water can prevent dehydration, a condition that can cause unclear thinking, result in mood change, cause your body to overheat, constipation, and kidney stones.”
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It may seem difficult to drink more water at first, but there are many ways you can make staying hydrated a habit. Try having a large reusable water bottle with you at your workplace and drink water throughout the day so that you don’t get thirsty! Try and come up with convenient things you can do to help yourself drink more water at home or at work. There are many tips online you may find helpful!
Events for the day:
5/12: Self-guided | Drink 8-10 cups of water
5/12: Negotiating Offers & Salaries w/ Career Services @ Bldg. 124 Room 117 | 11:10am – 12:00pm
5/13: Self-guided | Attend a Cal Poly Athletic Event (Baseball vs. CSUN @ 6:00pm)
5/14: Self-guided | Find one way to be physically active today.
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