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3 Best Apps To Help You Drink Much More Water

3 Best Apps To Help You Drink Much More Water

Water is a prime element for life on earth. The human body has a seventy-five percent composition of water. The adult body averages on about 42 liters of water. With a tiny reduction, it will result in dehydration, nervousness, fatigue, dizziness and headaches.

Anyone who ever has to deal with kidney stones will never forget it and will want to avoid it recurring. Kidney stones may pass out by themselves without any harm, but many end up in emergency rooms because of the condition. Based on the rising rates of kidney stones, it will impact on one in every ten adults in the US between the age of twenty and fifty. The main risk factor linked to kidney stones is not drinking sufficient water for releasing substances that cause the stones.

Here is a review of three top ranking apps  to co-ordinate water intake:

1. Plant Nanny App

Plant Nanny App is rated as the best in the App Store and comprises of an excess of over a million downloads. It requires a version of iOS 7.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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    Plant nanny has a variety of cute little plants that reside on your phone. You get to choose interesting unique flower pots. A wide choice of common cups in differing capacities are at your disposal.

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      With your daily water intake, your plant grows in your care and you can unlock new flowerpots and more plants.

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        You can feed all plants with one button. Plant Nanny will keep reminding you to drink the correct quantity of water. Plant Nanny keeps and archive of your daily record of your regular healthy  habit of drinking water.

        2. Waterlogged App

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          This app provides different containers for you to choose from to record your water intake, which makes it much more convenient. Moreover it consists of reminders and charts help to track water intake on a daily basis and improve it. It uses iOS 9.0 and upwards and is compatible with iPod touch, iPad and iPhone.

           
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            3. Daily water app

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              You will need iOS 8.0 or later and is compatible with iPad, iPhone as well as iPod touch. Begin with setting a daily water drinking goal.

              The daily water app assists in tracking water quantity and as a reminder to consume sufficient water regularly. It requires a version of Android 4.2 and up.

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                You begin by logging water consumed by tracking number of glasses and can customize the water volume. You can choose special alert sounds to remind you according to a drinking schedule you prefer. What’s more, it provides histograms for you to review your progress over a period of time!

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