Drinking water doesn't have any direct connection to weight loss. However, you can sometimes confuse hunger and thirst signals, and some people find that drinking a glass of water can help break a routine of when they would normal snack, which can lead to lower calories overall.
There is no one set amount of water you should be drinking. Summer v winter makes a big difference to your fluid requirements, as does the intensity and duration of exercise.
7-8 glasses is probably more than you need in winter, but may well be a reasonable intake in summer.
Yes, it is possible to drink too much water, as it dilutes down essential body salts too low. Although you really need to be drinking a gallon or two of water for this to occur.
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