Updated: Jun 20, 2022
This summer is obviously going to be one SIZZLING summer. We are here to encourage you to make sure that you are prioritizing your health by making sure that you are properly staying well hydrated. Not just hydrated with your normal intake of water. This time of the year many are going to the Emergency Room for symptoms such as urinary discomfort, urine burning, dizziness, headaches, fatigue and more. Remember that these are classical signs of dehydration. When the body is dehydrated, the body is working harder so we encourage you to make sure that your intake your multivitamins to prevent decrease energy.
As you move throughout the day remember to make sure that you drink as much water as you can when you have down time. If you know that you are going to be outside for extensive amounts of time, make sure to intake water prior to going outside. We suggest 1 Gallon of Water per day is preferred if you do not have any conditions that recommends a fluid restriction. As always get advice from your provider. Also be mindful of the foods that your intake. High sodium foods can lead to dehydration as well if not properly hydrated while intaking that food.
If you do not like drinking water, there are many ways to make drinking water enjoyable. Some of the many ways include add fruits or vegetables, if you like icy water, make sure to leave it in the refrigerator or a cooler on ice (if it lasts). Create challenges within your environments with other individuals. You can also add lemons, limes and other fruits and vegetables to your water which will also help enhance the detox within the body.
Remember hydration is key to nutrients being able to travel through your body, detoxifies the body and help organs regulate properly. Hydration also helps keep joints moist; in return helps to minimize exacerbated pain. Hydration decreases premenstrual syndrome. In addition, it helps with the blood circulatory system in the body.
So, remember to HYDRATE, HYDRATE, HYDRATE and DO NOT FORGET TO TAKE YOUR MULTIVITAMINS. EAT HEALTHY FOODS AND DRINK PLENTY OF WATER!!!!