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To solve this issue, try a detox recipe or add fresh fruit to your water. Lemons and oranges can be cut and added to a pitcher and kept in the refrigerator to create a zesty and tasty drink. Additionally, you may try cucumber, watermelon, kiwi, berries, or other fruits that you love or think would be tasty. Adding herbs, such as mint or basil, can add an extra kick of flavor to your water. Track the Amount of Water You Drink The best way to keep up with your hydration is to track how much water you're drinking. Some bottles have built-in counters that allow you to easily move the pointer up with each refill. If your water bottle isn't this high-tech, try using something like My Fitness Pal, make a tally for each refill using a notes app, or use an alarm to remind you to drink a glass of water every hour during the day. By doing this, you may be surprised to find how much water you are drinking. Set Small Goals To make drinking enough water a bit more manageable, you may want to break your goal into smaller milestones. For instance, you may want to drink four glasses before breakfast, an additional four before lunch and another four glasses before dinner. By focusing on smaller goals, it'll be easier for you to drink enough water and ensure that you're hydrated all day long. Drink in Sips If gulping down water is daunting for you, get a straw or a water bottle with a built-in straw. Sipping water, you will drink a lot of it without realizing. This trick works for kids too, as they like to sip through a straw and it's also much lixir-revolution

9th June, 2017 @ 8:30 AM CEST

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