Raise a glass!
December 29, 2010 at 5:16pm
This year, my New Year's resolution is going to be to get enough
For those who might have missed the note on hypovolemia (loss of blood volume and dehydration) and CCSVI--read the last post on Flow and CCSVI.
Jeff and I have been consciously drinking a bit more water than we normally would, since Dr. Dake recommended hydration after angioplasty. Nothing crazy, because too much isn't good either. But we're getting closer to the recommended amount.
Here's a wonderful calculator to help you figure out how much daily water you need. There are nine questions based on your weight, activity level, climate and more.
According to the calculator, with my body weight, amount of daily exercise and climate, I need 91 ounces of water a day. That's a lot! Jeff needs 109 ounces. We're getting there.
So, will you join us in raising a glass of water to toast the new year?
To your health, L'chaim!
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