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Daily fluid intake (total water) is defined as the amount of water consumed from foods, plain drinking water, and other beverages. Daily fluid intake recommendations vary by age, sex, pregnancy, and breastfeeding status. Inadequate fluid intake is the main contributor to hypohydration in this age group, but very little is known about their drinking habits and specific fluid intake recommendations are lacking. Therefore, the aim of this short review was to summarise published data on fluid consumption in adults aged 65 years and older. Drinking enough fluids helps you digest food, absorb nutrients, and get rid of waste. Positive mood in older adults suggests better brain function 12172020. men should drink 3 liters (about 14 glasses) of total fluids a day. Request pdf fluid intake and recommendations in older adults more data are needed. Older people are vulnerable to hypohydration due to physiological and cognitive changes that occur with age. 30-35 mlkg body weight (adults 30 years old) 40-60mlkg (adolescents) 35-40 mlkg (16-30 years old) fluid needs are often calculated on a per body weight basis, with an adult baseline of 30-35mlkg. Objective actual fluid intake in the institutionalized elderly was compared with three established standards to determine adequacy of fluid intake. Design consecutive 3-day food and fluid intake was observed directly and analyzed by computer for water content. Number and frequency of medications and minimum data set (mds) information about cognitive skills, physical locomotion, and ability. These recommendations cover fluids from water, other beverages and food. About 20 of daily fluid intake usually comes from food and the rest from drinks. 1 tablespoon of rice, 1 tablespoon of vegetables, and 1 tablespoon of beans. 2 tablespoons of rice, 2 tablespoons of vegetables, and 2 tablespoon of beans. 3 tablespoons of rice, 3 tablespoons of vegetables, and 3 tablespoons of beans. 1 tablespoon of rice, 1 tablespoon of vegetables, and 1 tablespoon of full-fat yogurt.