Water. It is among the most essential components for all living organisms. The water content of an adult human body can reach up to 60%.

The amount of water you should consume each day varies depending on your body type, medical problems, prescription drugs, and other elements.

Age, sex, pregnancy, and breastfeeding-related differences in daily fluid intake are noted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Getting enough water every day is vital to keeping your body working efficiently. When you’re experiencing diarrhea or vomiting, being physically active, living in a warmer area, or having a fever, your body need extra water.