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Hydration tools

Do you know if you are drinking enough? Check our tools to help you to become better hydrated.

Hydration Calculator

Follow 3 easy steps to see whether you are drinking enough water. The calculator will work out your hydration level based on the information you give about yourself and your daily drinking habits.

Tell us about you

Gender

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Gender

Every day the kidneys process around 180 litres of blood and produce about 1-1.5 litres of urine.

Age

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Age

As you get older, your sensation of thirst is reduced so you might not drink as much fluid as you need.

Weight

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Weight

60% of our body is water. For a person weighing 70kg, that means 42 kg or 42 litres!

Height

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Height

Your blood is composed of 83% of water.

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Physical Activity

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Physical Activity

"Maintaining good hydration ensures optimal cognitive performance.

Country

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Physical exertion, hot/humid weather, central heating and high altitude can all increase water loss.

Daily Liquid Intake

How many glasses do you consume?

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How many glasses do you consume?

Water is the only naturally occurring zero-calorie drink.

Results

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Hints and Tips

Your Hydration Status

“You already seem to be taking in enough liquid every day.”

“Careful – it looks like you need to drink more than you thought!”

Your Daily Calorie Intake from Liquids

Your daily calorie intake from liquids is within World Health Organisation guidelines.

Your liquid calory intake is (( (sugarIntake - sugarMax) * 4 )) Kcals above the recommanded level.

Water in your body

Your Hydration Status
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Your actual total intake:
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The water you typically lose everyday:
(( lostWater )) L
The water you typically get from food everyday:
(( waterFromFood )) L

Water in your body

Information text when clicking the info button in the "Water in your body" card.