A few of our favorite sports are back in session. As the players head back on the field, dehydration and sports injury are a major concern. Dehydration can include dizziness, confusion, headaches, exhaustion, dry lips, dry mouth, increased body temperatures and more. Although the weather may be cooler, it’s still important to stay hydrated as
Improper hydration can lead to illness, fatigue, dry skin, migraines, increased heart rates, and so on. With the warmer weather and outdoor adventures that spring brings, it’s important to remember to stay hydrated. However, sometimes water is just not what we are craving. Sugary sodas, teas, juices and coffees can actually make you more dehydrated.
The flu and colds are going around the workplace and classroom. These nasty illnesses can make you out of work for days and can ruin a great holiday and time with the family. It can also leave you in a lot of pain with the chills, fatigue, body aches, congestion and more. Every year, tens
Staying hydrated is an important part of our daily routine. No matter what we do in the day whether it’s sitting on the couch and binge watching Netflix or running a marathon, we must drink water for our bodies to function. Although it may be easy for us to tell if we need water, it’s
Staying hydrated can be difficult. Sometimes you forget to drink plenty of water and sometimes it doesn’t seem as appetizing as a nice cool beer or soda. We all know that drinking water is extremely important for our health and well being. Staying hydrated cannot be something you choose to do occasionally, it must be
Summer is almost here, which means it’s getting a lot hotter. There are some states like Texas and Arizona who have already seen triple digits. With this summer heat comes an important subject, drinking enough water. Dehydration is a serious topic. Each year, we are reminded to drink more fluids, but yet 75 percent of