5 ways to keep yourself Hydrated this Summer!

Shivani Arora
Couple staying hydrated after workout

Summers are officially here and the rising temperature is increasing serotonin levels and may lead to mood swings, aggression and irritability in human beings. In this hot summer Hydration is a paramount in preventing the loo. Make it a habit to drink plenty of water throughout the day, even if you do not feel particularly thirsty. Include other hydrating options like fresh fruit juices, coconut water, and herbal teas to replenish electrolytes.

There are some studies that suggests using a sunscreen can help to keep the body cool in the sun. While it absolutely will not prevent a sun stroke, sunscreen does help to protect your skin from burning, which will of course increase your body temperature. But what about your inner hydration, inner health? This can only be achieved by keeping yourself Hydrated from within.

Here are some tips to keep yourself Hydrated!

1. Drink a plenty of water

Your body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate your joints. Good hydration is important for overall good health. Making sure you get enough water every day is an important step in maintaining your health. You can also consume clear broths, ice pops or sports drinks if drinking plain water seems boring to you.

2.Eat water-rich fruits and vegetables.

Fruits and vegetables contain plenty of water in addition to healthful nutrients. Watermelon, strawberries, cantaloupe, peaches and pineapples are fruits with high-water content. Water-rich vegetables include cucumbers, leafy greens, radishes, celery, zucchini and tomatoes.

3.Be aware of the signs of dehydration

If anyone in your family is ill, pay attention to how much they’re able to drink, especially young children and the elderly. Anyone with a fever, vomiting or diarrhea should drink plenty of fluids. Do not wait for signs of dehydration to appear. This can be harmful for your body.

4. Things containing Vitamin C

Try consuming things containing Vitamic C such as lemon and more citrus fruits. This will protect your body from loo and other summer problems.

5.Sip smoothies

If you don’t like to drink water much or eating fruits, you can make smoothies at home. Between the yogurt and all the fresh fruit, smoothies are a great, and tasty, way to stay hydrated. Not sure what fruits and vegetables to pick? Strawberries, peaches, cucumbers, spinach, and blueberries are all excellent options.

Signs of Dehydration

You can have mild, moderate, or severe dehydration. If you are an adult, the seriousness of your dehydration depends on how much fluid your body is missing. In children, dehydration is based on how much body weight they’ve lost due to a lack of fluids. You always remain thirsty, fever, vomiting, nausia such like things can be the sign of dehydration.

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I am Shivani Arora, a media student who is working as a freelancer Content Writer, news writer and social media handler with different agencies. I am a post graduate student who is self motivated and a hardworking person. My main aim is to excel in my career by learning and exploring new things.
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