We don’t drink enough water, “even mild dehydration can deplete your energy and make you sleepy,” according to the Mayo Clinic.
According to Jennifer Hanway, a board-certified holistic nutritionist, there is no scientific evidence to support this “law,” but it is a good starting point. According to the United States. According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, a sufficient daily fluid consumption for an average, healthy adult living in a temperate environment is around 15.5 cups (8 ounces each) for men and 11.5 cups for women. However, this includes fluids from water, beverages, and food, and the Academies states that food accounts for around 20% of our daily fluid intake.