Improve Your Hydration

🎯 Aim to drink at least 8 glasses of water per day.

🗓️ This experiment lasts for 14 days.

Why do this experiment?

🌈 Mood and Energy: Dehydration can lead to fatigue and mood changes. Staying hydrated can help maintain energy levels and a positive mood.

👍 Digestive Health: Drinking enough water aids in digestion by helping to break down food and move it through the digestive tract. It can also help prevent constipation.

💪 Immune Function: Adequate hydration supports a healthy immune system, which can help your body fend off illnesses and infections.

🧠 Cognitive Function: Staying hydrated can improve cognitive function, including concentration, alertness, and memory. Even mild dehydration can impair cognitive performance.


🍶 Carry a reusable water bottle with you throughout the day. Having a water bottle readily available makes it more convenient to sip water regularly, and you can track your progress visually.

📅 Create a hydration routine by scheduling specific times to drink water. For example, you can have a glass of water when you wake up, before meals, and before bedtime. Consistency can help make drinking water a habit.

🍋 If plain water doesn’t appeal to you, try infusing it with natural flavours. Add slices of citrus fruits (lemon, lime, or orange), cucumber, mint leaves, or berries to your water to make it more enjoyable.

🍲 Make it a habit to drink water with your meals. Not only does this contribute to hydration, but it can also aid digestion.

Experiments can only be joined from a mobile device.

DISCLAIMER: Health experiments are meant as a fun way to build consistent, healthy habits and are not intended to constitute a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have read on the Bearable app or Bearable website. Bearable is not liable for any acts, decisions, or omissions you make.