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Keep Your Children Hydrated This Summer

19 July 2016 (0) comments

As the temperatures soar into the 30s this week, we can finally begin to enjoy the British Summertime.

If you are planning on heading outside to embrace the sun, it is important to take extra care of your health; not only must you take precautions to protect your skin but you should also ensure that you and your family stay hydrated.

Young children are particularly vulnerable to dehydration so it is important that you carry water around with you at all times and encourage them to drink regularly to avoid the symptoms of dehydration.

Here are some top tips on how you can keep your children hydrated during the warm weather: 


Technology To Help You Hydrate

14 July 2016 (0) comments

Technology is progressing every day and we now have some really helpful tools that can help us stay hydrated. Take a look at our new infographic below to find out more about the technology available and some find fun ways to keep you hydrated during the summer. 


Wimbledon Hydration

07 July 2016 (0) comments

Although some may say that if you blink you will probably miss it, the British summer has arrived and now is the time to take a closer look at your personal hydration regime and, if necessary, start increasing your liquid intake accordingly. Just look at the crowds of spectators enjoying Wimbledon and you will see that the temperatures have increased sufficiently enough to actually enjoy our beautiful outdoors once more. Here we look at some proven ways that will ensure you enjoy.


First of all you should really start treating your hydration routine like a habit instead of just a phase. The sooner that you can introduce more liquid refreshment into your daily schedule, the better. Many of us simply put off drinking a glass of water because we fail to realise how devastating the effects of dehydration really can be. By keeping your glass or water bottle topped up with frequent visits to the office water cooler, it makes hydration that much easier. Keep it within arm’s reach and take frequent sips as opposed to large gulps every now and again.


If you start to feel a little run down or dazed, take a drink and relax for a few minutes. Water is the best option because you are getting 100% hydration instead of a mouthful of unwanted additives that can have an adverse effect. If you don’t have easy access to fresh drinking water dispensers in the workplace, speak to your line manager and explain that this simply is not good enough.


Herbal tea is another great way to get water into your system – and a hot tap makes fast work of this. . Evening time is probably the best part of the day to follow this healthy routine. By developing this new habit, you will start to relax a little more whilst ensuring that dehydration is kept at a distance. You can also alter your food diet to include more water-rich options. Whole foods are an excellent source for this and by consuming the likes of yoghurt, fruits, vegetables and pulses; you will boost your hydration levels without really any effort at all.


So you don’t have to win Wimbledon to enjoy this summer, just follow these simple tips and we can guarantee that you will feel alert and healthy all through this fabolous season.

Tour De France: Cycling Hydration!

06 July 2016 (0) comments

The famous Tour De France has now started! Take a look at our latest infographic to find out more about this historic event, now over 110 years old!

Hydration During Wimbledon

29 June 2016 (0) comments

Wimbledon is here! The tournament has now been played for nearly 140 years and is one of the biggest dates in the tennis calendar. Take a look at the infographic below to find out more about Wimbledon and some great ways to keep you hydrated during the tournament.

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