What we eat matters, but how aware are you of what you’re actually putting in your body? We know nutrition labels may seem intimidating, but don’t worry! We’ll walk you through how to read a nutrition label, so that you can get the most out of what you eat and drink.
Dehydration and blood pressure are closely linked - when you're dehydrated your blood pressure starts to fall. Replenishing your body with electrolytes helps move the water in an out of your cells, and keeps your blood pressure consistent.
It's important to take care of yourself, your voice included. At Hydrant, we think that hydration is key and according to research, hydration might be THE way to the quality and safety of your voice.
There's plenty of research that looks into migraines and while there is no cure for migraines, studies show that dehydration can be a trigger for migraines.
We all experience being thirsty every day. Working and exercising can cause thirst and would explain why you feel thirsty every day, but there are more causes to being thirsty.
When your electrolyte level is low you may experience muscle cramps, and chances are you start feeling tired. Studies show that electrolytes help to absorb fluid in the blood vessels quicker than water alone.
It's common to think that those with active and busy lifestyles are the ones who get dehydrated. However, the elderly are more at risk of dehydration.