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How to Stay Hydrated During the Summer

By July 23, 2021No Comments

Our bodies need water to survive. When we are staying hydrated, not only are we quenching our thirst, but we are maintaining a healthy body. Staying hydrated allows our body to flush toxins, regulate our body temperature, maintain balance, support our brain and hormone function, and help metabolic processes. Hydration also aids in the transportation of essential vitamins and minerals which supports the integrity of our muscles, joints, and bodies.

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Most people spend more time outside, especially during the summer heat, which causes our bodies to lose fluid quickly. And the more active we are outside, the more fluid intake we’ll need. That’s why it’s so important to stay hydrated during the hot summer.

Adult bodies can be up to 60 percent water which is why proper hydration is key to helping us stay healthy.

We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you drink plenty of water during the summer.

How to stay hydrated

1. Add flavor. If you’re someone that needs flavor in your water, cut up fruits or veggies to infuse your water with flavor. The Propur Fruit Infused Water Filter Pitcher makes it easy to have quick access to flavored water in your fridge.

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2. Take out the TDS. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids which can be minerals, salts, and organic matter. Zero Water’s 5-stage filter eliminates TDS in water and will make your water taste amazing.

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3. Make access easy. Having access to filtered, great-tasting water makes staying hydrated easy! Make sure each point of entry in your home allows for access to filtered water on demand.

Refrigerator Filters
Changing your fridge water filter every six months is an easy and convenient way to have clean, great-tasting water.

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Faucet Filter
Have a PUR faucet filtration system? We’ve added PUR RF-9999 replacement compatible filters to the line-up of our Brand Filters. This affordable PUR-compatible faucet filter is NSF 42 certified to reduce chlorine taste and odor. Keep a fresh flow of filtered water coming from your sink with this filter pack.

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Under-Counter Filtration System
Ensure the water you’re consuming is good for you with the Pentair FreshPoint Easy Flow System. This compact under-counter filtration system reduces 99% of lead and other common contaminants. Its convenient filter release button makes filter changes quick and easy. Say “hello” to your new purified water companion today!




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4. Keep it with you. There are no more excuses for not staying hydrated when you’ve got your water bottle with you! Here are a few of our favorite water bottles for you to choose from:

Invigorated Water Active Alkaline Water Filtration Bottle

You’ll want to take the Invigorated Water Active Alkaline Water Filtration Bottle with you everywhere you go! Not only does it come with an alkaline filtration packet, but it will keep your water cold all day long.

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VitaJuwel Gemwater Bottle

You haven’t experienced water until you’ve enjoyed every sip of water from a VitaJuwel Gemwater Bottle. These beautifully designed water bottles are made with BPA-free glass and feature gempods that will transform the taste of your water. Enjoy next-level hydration everywhere you go with Vitajuwel.

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How much water should I drink a day?

It is recommended that the average person drink at least 2 liters or 64 ounces of fluids a day.

Why water quality matters

Believe it or not, the quality of the water that you drink matters. If are drinking water that is full of contaminants, you are at a higher risk of getting sick. That’s why it’s so important to have access to clean, filtered water and that you are drinking it regularly.

Changing your water filters regularly is the easiest and best way to ensure that you stay hydrated and healthy.

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Symptoms of dehydration

Dehydration is dangerous. While we always want to make sure that we’re drinking enough water, but it’s very easy to become dehydrated without even realizing it.
A few common signs of dehydration are a sticky or dry mouth, headache, dizziness or lightheadedness, and constipation. More severe symptoms of dehydration include extreme thirst, low blood pressure, rapid heartbeat, little to no urination, and delirium. If you believe that you may be dehydrated, seek medical attention immediately.

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Can you drink too much water?

Yes, drinking too much water can lead to water intoxication. Water intoxication, also referred to as water poisoning, causes an interruption in brain function. Drinking too much water increases the amount of water in your blood and causes sodium levels to drop. Sodium in our blood helps us balance the fluids inside and outside of cells.

When sodium levels are too low, this can cause the cells to swell. Symptoms of water intoxication include headaches, nausea, and vomiting. More severe symptoms include confusion, muscle weakness, double vision, and difficulty breathing. Those who suspect they may have water poisoning should seek medical care immediately.


We hope the information we’ve provided helps you stay safe this summer. Have a question that we didn’t answer? Let us know in the comments. is a replacement water and air filter company located in the United States. The views and opinions contained herein are solely those of the original author and do not represent Eco Blue Life or its affiliates. This article was originally published on  
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