Winter Hydration

Female snowboarder is drinking for quenching the thirstDuring the cold winter months it is easy for water consumption to fall by the wayside; however, neglecting your hydration needs can be a major mistake leading to drowsiness, headache, dry skin, increased heart rate and many more issues. Although you may not be sweating like you would be during the blistering days of summer, your body still requires regular water input. Therefore, even if you are not sweating or thirsty remember to keep drinking water at regular intervals and eat hydrating foods such as cucumber, pineapple and eggplant. Ensure water is always at hand with a office and home water delivery service to ensure fresh water is always available.

One of the easiest ways to measure your winter hydration is by taking a look at urine on a regular basis. The clearer your urine is, the more hydrated you are, and the best indicator of your hydration is your urine morning color. Check out more information at on how to gauge your hydration needs throughout your day!


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