Habits are be something you need to break or something that you need to start. There are good habits and there are bad habits. Some habits are formed by influence and others due to personal desires. The definition to habit is:
1. an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary: the habit of looking both ways before crossing the street.
2. customary practice or use: Daily bathing is an American habit.
3. a particular practice, custom, or usage: the habit of shaking hands.
What healthy behavior are you wanting to acquire? Let me help direct your thoughts…What is your knowledge-base on having water as you major source of fluid? Water is a necessity. Water is 60% of our make up. Water is what keeps all organs healthy among many other things. So, the real question is: “Do you have a healthy habit of drinking water daily?”
The overall word about water is to have 8 to 10 glasses of eight ounces of water. However, it is more to that. You need to consider how much you weigh, environment, and the amount of exercise that you do daily. There are several websites where you can identify how much you are to consume. Shapefit.com has one that is easy to use, Water Requirement Calculator.
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habit. (n.d.) The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. (2003). Retrieved November 9 2013 from http://www.thefreedictionary.com/habit