It's Winter time, How’s your Water? Written by - Melissa Falconer – Dr Wendy Davis ND

It's Winter time, How’s your Water? Written by - Melissa Falconer

Water - did you know it's just as important in the winter time as it is in the summer? Yet, we do not consume anywhere near enough! Often we wonder why we are so tired, depressed, anxious, or constipated, when the answer could be so simple.

The recommended daily water intake varies for each person and depends on factors such as health status, physical activity level, and climate. However a common guideline is to drink half your bodyweight in ounces of water per day. (100lb person should drink 50 oz a day)

It is important to note that individual needs may differ, and it's essential to listen to your body’s thirst cues and adjust your water intake accordingly.

Additionally, certain conditions like pregnancy, breastfeeding, illness, or excessive sweating may require increased water intake.

Try this: In the mornings, as soon as you get up try drinking 500ml of room temperature water with electrolytes or lemon slices with a pinch of pink Himalayan salt. 

Your brain will thank you for it as this will help over all hydration, perk up your mood, ease anxiety and so much more.

If you have any questions or concerns about your nutrition, feel free to call the clinic anytime. I’m here to support you on your health journey.


Holistic Nutritionist & Supplement Advisor