Did you know that if we feel thirsty, we are already dehydrated?
According to a study by New York Hospital and Cornell Medical Center, 75% of their 3003 subjects were chronically dehydrated. And since hydration affects our heart, blood pressure, pulse, digestion, temperature, and all of our other organs, it’s something that we should be better at maintaining than we currently are.
We know that we all need to drink more water, but when, and how else can we improve our fluid intake during the day that makes it easier for the average American to drink more water. Since we’re located in Southlake, TX we also want to provide special care into helping our community stay hydrated despite the Texas heat and humidity.