We all know that drinking water is imperative to our overall health.

But it's even more important during the summer months in extreme heat.

So how much water does your body actually need?

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First, find out your exact body weight.

Once you have that number, multiply it by .67 or two-thirds. For example, if your weigh is 160 lbs, you will need a little over 107 ounces per day.

However, you will need to add 12 more ounces for every 30 minutes of exercise you do.

Make sure to hit these goals each day in order to stay safe this summer.