Are you drinking enough water?
A report in The Times suggests that we aren't drinking enough water. Ideally we should be getting through between 1.6 and two litres a day.
Not drinking enough water can lead to tiredness, fatigue and feeling unwell. Some could even be driving whilst dehydrated and this is the equivalent of driving whilst under the influence of alcohol.
To help combat not drinking enough water your smartphones can help. There are a number of apps on Google Play that help you monitor and log how much water you are drinking throughout his day.
Most of them will notify you at specific intervals during the day and allow you to look back and see how much water has been consumed.
I've starred using Hydro Coach - https://goo.gl/SsuOln
- which is so far proving rather useful at giving me a nudge to make sure I've got a glass of water in my hand. With a smartwatch you'll get any notifications on your wrist. Hopefully we'll see support added for Android Wear so you can add any drinks from your wrist instead of having to get your phone out.
There are many more apps available on Google Play, they all pretty much do the same although one is specific to Android Wear called Wear Hydrate Me - https://goo.gl/sNGhpg
- but you can't do anything on your phone so all stats etc are viewed on your watch.
Take a look at the report in The Times via the below link and you'll find a load of apps that may help you keep hydrated on Google Play.#Android #AndroidWear