You would need to drink more water than your body was able to excrete. To exceed that level, a healthy young adult would have to drink more than six gallons of water a day on a regular basis. Most overhydration occurs in people with heart, kidney, or liver disease, since they are often unable to excrete water normally.
Overhydration occurs when there is too much water in the system and not enough sodium, according to Merck online, which would require drinking about 6 gallons of water a day. In 2007 there was an instance where a woman drank a large amount of water for a radio contest to win a video game console and died as a result of overhydration.
It would also depend on location. Some climates are drier than others, and literally pull more moisture from the body.
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