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The Importance of Hydration During the Summer

As the days get longer and the temperatures rise, the excitement for summer begins to take over. Holidays, days at the beach, picnics in the park and afternoons spent soaking up the sunshine are all synonymous with this beloved season. However, as temperatures rise, there is also an increase in the need to pay attention to our hydration. During the summer, our bodies need significantly more water than during the rest of the year.

Why Hydration is Critical in the Summer

Our body is made up of about 60% water, a percentage that highlights the vital importance of this liquid for our well-being. During the summer, due to high temperatures and increased humidity, we sweat more to keep our body temperature stable. This leads to a greater loss of fluids which must be compensated for with an adequate intake of water.

If we don’t drink enough water, our body can experience the symptoms of dehydration, ranging from thirst, dry mouth, dry and less elastic skin. In more serious cases, dehydration can lead to dizziness, fatigue, loss of concentration and even heat stroke, which can be serious if not treated promptly.

How To Maintain Hydration During Summer

Drinking regularly during the day is the simplest and most immediate way to keep the body hydrated. Carrying a bottle of water with you at all times is a great way to remind us to drink and to always have a refill of water available.

Drinks like ACQUAROMA can be a valuable aid in this. ACQUAROMA offers the opportunity to drink more water, making the experience more pleasant thanks to the addition of natural aromas of fruit and plants, without sugar and without calories. In this way, you can enjoy delicious and thirst-quenching water while keeping your body hydrated.

Remember, though, that hydration doesn’t have to come from drinks alone. Foods rich in water, such as fruits and vegetables, can contribute significantly to your daily fluid intake. Melons, cucumbers, tomatoes and strawberries are just a few examples of foods with a high-water content that can be eaten during the summer.

Summer is a time of year filled with fun and outdoor activities. However, it is essential to remember to keep our body properly hydrated during this hot season. Drink abundantly, always carry a bottle of water with you and don’t forget to supplement your diet with rich foods.

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