Experts Still Don’t Agree About How Much Water We Need Daily

 Written by Liz Scherer from shared by James Mason (Jan 29, 2020)

From James Mason :

I am passing this link along because the leading problem I have encountered as an EMS provider is dehydration. Nearly everyone should be drinking more water. And in town here, we’re lucky to be drinking non-chlorinated spring or well water.

Read the link shared by James about water intake from WebMD here.

If you’re at all like me, you may find staying hydrated during the winter can be a challenge. I had to use some tricks to continue to drink water throughout the day. Here are a few resources for you to look over if you too could use a nudge.

To get some tips and tricks for staying hydrated during the winter months:

Are you drinking enough water during winter months? from the American Heart Association

Hydration in Cold Weather From Penn State Extension  (Feb. 16, 2022)

The Importance of Winter Hydration From Mass General, Alison Graziano, RDN, LDN  (Dec. 2, 2022)

Scherer, Liz. “Experts Still Don’t Agree about How Much Water We Need Daily.” WebMD, WebMD, 19 Jan. 2023,

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