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Are you drinking enough water?

Your body has built-in indicators of how much H2O you should be drinking

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July 07, 2020

Editor’s note:  This story is being highlighted in ASU Now’s year in review. Read more top stories from 2020.

Our bodies are dependent on water for so many essential functions. And summer in Arizona means it's more important than ever to keep an eye on keeping hydrated with some high-quality H2O. 

Stavros Kavouras is a professor of nutrition in the College of Health Solutions and director of the Hydration Science Lab, where he studies the mechanisms by which water intake impacts health and performance.

Kavouras shared some insights with ASU Now about how to listen to what your body is telling you about hydration.

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Infographic by Chad Musch/ASU Media Relations and Strategic Communications


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