How much water do 12 years old need to drink?
8 glasses of water for any age
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You need at least eight cups of water a day. Water is very good. It is good for your health.
Answer . It is recommended that adolescents drink at least 64 ounces of water daily. This will help them stay hydrated, leading to a better immune system as well as others, and help them maintain ideal weight by curbing hunger.
Well a 9 year old girl should have 1 bottle a day and a juice box and a glass of crandberry juice and 1 small can of soda that is about it they are not huge
It varies based on height, and activity, but the average teen that age should consume between 1,200 and 1,400 calories a day.
A Giraffe needs to drink around 2 litres of water every day A giraffe needs to drink because if they don't drink water they can get very sick.
About 2 litres (6 to 8 glasses) is a good minimum guideline; this increases depending on the climate temperatures, your body size, and how active you are. . 64 fluid ounces of water is generally accepted as the recommended daily intake for an adult, but this includes all the water you consume in …liquid and food form. So your morning coffee, the milk in your cereal, the water contained in the apple you may have eaten, the water contained in the chicken dinner you may eat tonight, etc. all counts toward your intake. (MORE)
I'd say about 8 hours. At 12 years, you are still growing and need sleep to do so. But if you are still tired after 8 hours, try to sleep longer.
A 13 year old should drink 5-8 glasses in a gay. If you are active and involved in sports you should drink 7+ glasses a day. These numbers are based on the fact that the glass you are using can hold 8 ounces (oz) of water.If your glass holds less than that, adjust the number of glasses you drink dur…ing the day. Also, remember that you should never feel thirsty if you have not been doing anything sports related or you haven't been in the heat. If you are just inside the house or in the air conditioning, you should not feel thirsty. I you do don't worry, it won't kill you. All it means is that your body is slightly dehydrated. All you have to do is drink a little more water. It might help you to achieve your goal of drinking a certain number of glasses per day. You might want to sit down for a meal with a glass of water and drink it all is that might help you. You also could make a habbit of having a glass of water right after a meal. Water is nedded for your body to survive and carry out its functions. (MORE)
8 to 9 hours is what you need. Teenage girls will suffer from mood swings and a lot of other problems. If girls don't they will most likely get punished for being a crankpot.
No, i am 13 years of age. you are supposed to eat 500 calories a day. and workout 800 calories. i know what i am talking about. i have a personal trainer. and he tells me everything :) so, BEFORE YOU GO SAYING THE WRONG ANSWER, think twice ! thanks.
They should be exercising at least 20 minutes and at most 45minutes a day, raising their heart beat and keeping their heartmuscle working well and fit. Exercising this much will help bonesto grow strong, their lungs and circulate system fit and, chemicalswill be released to help your child feel good…. This amount ofexercise is also enough to help the body fight of infection. Another Answer I agree with everything stated above except now they say 60 minutesa day with the obesity pandemic. BUT REMEMBER EXERCISE DOESN'T HAVE TO BE STRICT JUST ENJOY IT ANDDO AS MUCH AS YOU FEEL LIKE EVERY DAY BUT THE DAILY RECOMMENDEDAMOUNT IS 45-60 MINUTE'S!!!!! Another Answer I exercise 3 hours a day and I'm in great shape. 60 minutes isdefinitely not the max just the requirement The daily requirement for a 12-14year old is not strict and youshould enjoy yourself as much as possible. (MORE)
You must be 18 and up to drink, so the first thing I will say is that its illegal. Secondly, I hope you are not thinking about drinking, because it is very easy to get drunk and addicted alcohol. Your life could go down the drain, so wait till you're 18, or even better, don't drink at all.
A 30 year old female should drink at least half of her weight inounces of water per day. If she weighs 200 pounds, she should drink100 ounces of water.
It depends on the weight of the person. In general, 64 ounces of water not including soft drinks, juices, or other drinks/foods should be taken in daily. For every 10 pounds overweight an additional 8 ounces should be drank to begin the process of losing weight
\nDepending on how old they are, usually as much as adults (4/6 glasses) of water
8 to 10 hours but if she sleeps to much you might still be tired for more information go to: beinggirl.com
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6 cups of water a day if 6 cups of water is too much then don't force it just make sure she stays hydrated Also be sure to have her drink milk
About 48oz a day. So about 4 glasses of water a day. If you want to be exact, most water bottles have the amout of oz's on the label and then you can figure out how to measure you water that way Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_water_should_a_12_year_old_drink_a_day#ixzz1n2zUazuY
About 48oz a day. So about 4 glasses of water a day. If you want to be exact, most water bottles have the amout of oz's on the label and then you can figure out how to measure you water that way. As long as your getting enough water you should be fine, but remember that you can never drink too much …water, if that is what your worried about. (MORE)
A cheetah doesn't need any water, as long as it gets some blood. A lukck cheetah might get about a cup of water a day.
Still, as a nutritionist, I feel compelled to point out that most people can stay perfectly hydrated on significantly less than eight glasses of water a day. . Barring ill health, extreme conditions, or intense physical activity, most people will stay well hydrated by eating a reasonably healthy di…et and drinking water or other non-alcoholic beverages when they are thirsty. As a rule of thumb, if you are peeing several times a day and your urine is pale in color, you are doing fine. . Thank you Nutrition Diva . http://nutritiondiva.quickanddirtytips.com/how-much-water-should-I-drink.aspx (MORE)
Water Water requirements vary with a deer's physiological state (e.g., growth, maintenance, lactation), available food sources, climatic conditions and by the amount of recent activity. Deer obtain water from three sources: . Preformed water - this is water contained in food . Metabolic water - p…roduced internally as a product of hydrogen oxidation during metabolic processes . Liquid water - found in streams, ponds, lakes, puddles, snow, rain, and dew. Deer will only drink water or eat snow to supplement the water they receive in their food. For example, deer eating a diet consisting of succulent vegetation may drink only half the amount of water that they will when eating a diet of dry hardwood browse. In some instances, such as during pregnancy or in drought conditions in the south, liquid water is a diet staple, with deer consuming between 2-3 times as much water as food. (MORE)
You need to drink a lot of water, because you lose a lot of fluids during the day. Every time you breath you lose a tiny bit of water, every time you urinate, sweat etc. you lose a lot of water. If you don't drink enough you'll dehydrate.
The recommended intake of water for children between the ages of 5and eight years old is 5 glasses. More water is recommended ifplaying outside on a hot day or doing more strenuous activities.
if you want to be fit than more than1-2 excercise per week!! try volleyball or swimming!!
a child needs one cup on average but a bit more wont be bad!!! and if you like your nails ide drink more than a cup because milk is good for the growth of nails!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is no categorically correct answer. Don't listen to the people that will tell you everybody needs 8 glasses of water a day. It will vary by person, place, and atmospheric conditions (temp and humidity). For a single person, it will depend on how much you perspire, how much you are urinating, a…nd how much you are eating. How much you perspire is dependent upon how much warmer your body is over the surrounding air and how much humidity is in the air. Your body will adjust the amount of perspiration to cool your body as needed. Cycling in Arizona in the summer--you will probably need to drink at least one quart per hour. Seattle in the winter (cool and humid), perhaps none at all. Because the temp and humidity changes by season, your water needs will also vary by season. Whether your body needs to rid itself of some chemical that it doesn't like will determine the typical amount you urinate. Alcohol, caffeine, narcotics, water soluble vitamins like vitamin C, etc. are all things that will make your body need to expend water to cleanse itself. If you eat a bunch of dry food like meats, your digestive system will need extra water to digest it. Conversely, if you eat wet foods like fruits and vegetables you may need no additional water for digestion. So, I'd suggest that you simply monitor yourself. Increase the amount you drink until you are urinating more frequently than you want to. Remember, it will vary by your lifestyle and the season. If you live in a place or workout enough so that you are perspiring a lot, you will need to make sure that what you are drinking has extra electrolytes because your body also loses those in the perspiration. There is a condition known as hypernatremia which causes the brain to swell. It is caused by drinking too much pure water when your sodium level has dropped significantly, such as if you only drank water while running a marathon in a hot dry climate. You can continue to just drink plain water in such a situation, but you need to supplement with food that contains electrolytes or supplement with the straight electrolyte. When your electrolytes are in balance, your body will simply eliminate the extra water through urination. Good luck. (MORE)
well.....science wise energy is measured in kj (kilojoules) and a 12-15year old boy uses up to 12000 kj of energy per day so.........about 12000 kj can take u threw the day
No, u have to be 18 and over to drink alcohol. Actually, yes a 12 yr old can drink. It may not be legal but I don't think you'll be getting served anywhere.
You need about 8 to 10 hours of sleep to be able to control your emotions. If you don't get this amount you will most likely get punished for being such a crankpot.
It depends on your salt intake. 8-10 glasses of water, or 2 full big Nalgene bottles, is a great start, but if your diet includes salty things like chips, pizza, etc, you have to drink more to compensate. Likewise, if you are on a low sodium diet, you don't have to drink as much. Err on the side of …more, not less, because it is a lot easier to get dehydrated than to drink too much water. . Just be careful not to go overboard because you CAN drink too much water. (MORE)
well i am a 12 year old, and i don't drink coffee. and considering that you are unable to spell coffee right, I've come to a conclusion that you should not drink coffee until you can actually spell it right. maybe next year bud, ;)
A good method to find out how much water you should drink, is to take your body weight and divide it by 2. Then, that number is how many ounces you're supposed to drink. For example, let's say you weigh 90 pounds. 90 divided by 2 would obviously be 45. So that means you should be drinking about 45 o…z. each day. (MORE)
According to "health in motion .com" , a 4-8 yr old would need 3800mg of potasium daily. A9-13 yr old would need 4500mg qd. There is also a list of foods (& how much of each) containing potasium and how much in them.
science wise energy is measured in kj (kilojoules) and a 12-15year old boy uses up to 12000 kj of energy per day so.........about 12000 kj can take u threw the day
A 16 year old boy should drink about 25-1000ml per day to survive. Put that fact in your factbook.
If you are an inexperienced drinker and drinking fast you should be feeling the buzz after a couple ounces (in 1/2 hour) slurrey and staggering after 4 - 6 ounces (an hour) and lying unconcious in a puddle of your own urine and puke after 8 or 10 ounces (1 1/2 hours). If you're experienced or drinki…ng slower it'll take longer. If you're going to do this from experience I would advise you to drink mixed drinks (way more mix than drink) punctuated by glasses of water ( vodka looks like water) have food and drink slowly. By the end of the night you'll be the cool guy who can still talk and dance with the cute girls. Unless of course you want to be unconscious in a puddle of your own urine and puke at the end of the night (not cool, and chicks won't be impressed) (MORE)
Not necessarily meat is needed for a 12 year old, but you should consume the same amount of grams of protein as the number of your body weight. You should eat at least a fistful if not more meat per day if you are 12 years of age.
If your child is active in sports or any outdoor activities it is well advised that your child drink 2 glasses of H20 in between breakfast and lunch. then a glass of milk before dinner then another glass of water(H20) with dinner. It is also advised to have a glass of water beside you while you slee…p. Your body is in a relaxed stage, your muscles fall into a no nos stat. Meaning that your muscles are not contracting well. Having a sip of water(H20) during the sleeping hours, will help provide your body and muscles with the proper amount of Electrolytes. Gatorade is also safe, but only a small amount (Half way full) before and during bed time. Gatorade and water is a good mix, but caution more frequent urinating is possibly. The good thing is that drinking water daily limits liver disuse's by half. An MD provided this Information (MORE)
The average 11 year old girl should drink 8 glasses of water a day minimum. The athletic girl has to drink more water ecspecially after all that hard work. Remember to drink a tall glass of water when you wake up because you breathe out about 1 liter of water while sleeping.
at least 6-8 glasses (1.5 - 2 liters) a day, drunk regularly throughout the day (at least 3-4 glasses while at school) ensuring that plenty of additional fluid is drunk during warm weather and/or when exercising.
at least 30 mins per day even if you have a dog you could take it a walk for 3o mins. and if you have a exercise machine you could go on it any more questions feel free to ask
It more depends on the weight for how much water they should drink. So take their weight, divide it by 2, and that's roughly how many ounces of water they should drink daily. (Example) 100 pounds divided by 2 equals 50 ounces. In this case
Here's the first answer, funny & probably not true: I'm 12 and I'm currently drinking cream soda, Mountain Dew, and vanilla flavored vodka. its real good. who cares your age? the law does! i am almost fully matured and am not one of the tiny stick figure 12 year olds so it is ok for me to drink; tha…ts what mommy tells me. The real answer: 12-year-olds (and everyone else) must drink to survive. People die of dehydration when they don't drink. But somehow I think you mean "OK to drink alcohol." In general, it's not a good idea and in many places it's illegal. Here's how my parents handled it: They drank alcohol when I was growing up, but not excessively. When us kids got to an age where we wondered about it and asked questions, if we asked to try it they'd let us have a tiny sip...just so we could see what it tastes like. ALL of us went "Blech!" afterward & that kept us away from it for many years...until teen years came along & we realized that people don't drink alcohol so much for its taste as for its effects. Back then, in my state legal drinking age was 18, so by senior year of high school, many kids already could drink legally; therefore it was quite easy to get alcohol so long as you knew the right senior to buy it for you. Sure, many teens drank excessively, just as happens today. But I believe my parents' approach was a good one -- not making it forbidden fruit if we kids wanted to taste it, and also living (by example) a model of moderate drinking. I've done the same with my now teenaged son who, as far as I can tell, seldom or never drinks alcohol. It helps that he's a very picky eater/drinker: If it doesn't taste good, he won't touch it. (MORE)
Well 12 is a very important age in a child life and the best thing for a 12 year to have in nutrition would be Pedi assure. I know it might seem quite babiesh but to come fight out it is the best thing on the market right now.
Although it is not permitted, you are able to. Although many would agree it'd would be probably not the best idea. I could understand if you drank that much if you were outside, jogging, but if it's just for a silly reason, then it could be a health risk. Water, although good for you, can turn sli…ghtly bad for you, when you drink to much. If I were you, I'd probably look up a resonible ammount of water to drink. So like I said previously, I could understand for a good reason for example if you were dehydrated, but for silly reasons, I wouldn't believe it would be good for you to drink so much water. (MORE)
An adolescent, or a teenager should at least get one to one and a half litres of water a day.
It is advisable for you to drink 8-12 cups of water daily so that your body will get its sufficient quantities of water to do all functions in a healthy way .