As we age, the water in our body is constantly decreasing. That is to say, human aging has a great relationship with water.
So how should the elderly drink water?
First, the timing is quantitative, because the metabolism is slowed down, the water needed by the elderly is not as much as the young people, but it can't keep the body in a state of water shortage, so we have to remind them to drink water regularly, but don't drink too much every time.
Second, drink water at night and before going to bed. Of course, this is not to say that you don't drink water when you are not thirsty, but drink less because drinking water at night and before going to bed can prevent angina.