However, the expert shared that your urine could help you determine how much water you need.

Professor Whiteley said: “If your urine is clear, it means you are over hydrated. If it is deep yellow, you are dehydrated. 

“You should aim for your urine to be straw-coloured.”

While water can be a simple way to reduce your risk of harmful clotting, exercise could also help.

Post source: Daily Express

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