Simple things help those who are grieving. Your body has been "wounded" by the pain of grief; your mind may not function optimally for a while, and your nerves need peace. To give yourself an assist, self-care is important even if that is the last thing you want to do.
Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated - approximately eight ounces an hour during the eight hours of an active day is often recommended for adults - but check with your doctor for what is right for you and an amount that takes into consideration your age, activity level, medical condition, and medications. Coffee and tea count, too, but limit the caffeine and sugar content. Filtered water is wonderful. I use Epic Water products.: Epic Water Filters | American-made | Certified against NSF/ANSI Stds
Work up to your goal amount slowly. Try soups or bone broths or foods that help you stay hydrated.
19 Water-Rich Foods That Help You Stay Hydrated (healthline.com)
Not into the taste of water at all? Get adventurous with these recipes:
10 Hydrating Infused Water Recipes (homemadeinterest.com)
Going out in the summer? Take your water in a stainless steel thermos or other container that keeps drinks cold (or hot) for much longer. You'll thank me.
After loss, it is important to maintain your health. Try some of these ideas.