## How do you calculate body water?

The easy way to calculate total body water is simply to multiply 0.6 times your weight in kilograms, since roughly 2/3 of your body weight is water. There are fancier (and more accurate) equation-based calculations used to determine total body water as well.

## How much water should I drink for my size calculator?

Multiply by 2/3: Next you want to multiply your weight by 2/3 (or 67%) to determine how much water to drink daily. For example, if you weighed 175 pounds you would multiply that by 2/3 and learn you should be drinking about 117 ounces of water every day.

**How much water should I drink for my size?**

βIn general, you should try to drink between half an ounce and an ounce of water for each pound you weigh, every day.β For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, that would be 75 to 150 ounces of water a day.

### How much water should a 50kg person drink?

All you need to do is multiply 0.033 to your weight in Kg. If you are a very active person then aim for the higher amount. I tend to say 1.5 litres at a minimum per day for anyone, increasing this according to your routine.

### How do you calculate percentage of body water?

The Watson Formula for calculating body water percentage determines the volume of body water (V) based upon gender, weight, height, age, and diabetic status: For men: V = 2.447 + 0.3362 x weight (kg) + 0.1074 x height (cm) β 0.09516 x age. For women: V = -2.097 + 0.2466 x weight (kg) + 0.1069 x height (cm)

**What is the measurement of total body water?**

total body water (TBW) is 666 mL/kg of body weight (BW), extracellular fluid volume is 222 mL/kg BW, intracellular fluid volume is 444 mL/kg BW, and plasma volume is 50 mL/kg BW From: Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery (Second Edition), 2014

## How do you calculate water by body weight?

The easy way to calculate total body water is simply to multiply 0.6 times your weight in kilograms, since roughly 2/3 of your body weight is water.

## How do you calculate daily water intake?

To calculate how much water you need, you should Take your weight. Multiply by 67% (2/3) to calculate how many ounces of water you should drink daily. For example, if you weigh 133 lbs, you should drink around 89 ounces of water per day. Account for exercise.