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Keeping Hydrated when Exercising

  Often many of us do not stick to our daily recommended water intake, for many reasons. Sometimes, we just get so distracted that we forget or we are too busy drinking tea to squeeze in the odd glass of water. Whilst this is a common problem, it is not a particularly healthy habit to […]

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#InternationalWellbeingWednesday – Caffeine

Wellbeing Wednesday is approaching very soon and this year’s theme is all about: getting a better night’s sleep. One of our main tips for getting a better night’s sleep would be to cut down on your Caffeine intake. Reaching for a cup of coffee first thing in the morning is something we are nearly all […]

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Is your New Year’s Resolution to ‘drink more water’?

The New Year has just arrived and the likelihood that you have written ‘drink more water’ on your New Year’s Resolutions list this year is fairly likely! Here in the UK, the most popular New Year’s resolutions for 2018 are to; exercise more and lose weight. Both of which, have an impact on your hydration […]

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What is Sole?

Recently, the craze surrounding the benefits of drinking water with Himalayan salt, known as Sole has become more apparent than ever before; Sole is water that has been saturated with natural salt. We are constantly perspiring important minerals which we need throughout the day. This happening as we do everyday tasks, work out or even […]

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Has the UK heatwave got you feeling a bit parched?

Here in the UK we do not experience very high temperatures very often, and according to the Met Office this spell of intense heat is here to stay all summer. The good news is, you can get your tan on without jetting away to the Caribbean, but you MUST stay hydrated. As temperature rises, thanks […]

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How can keeping hydrated help relieve stress?

The more tired you feel, the more prone you are to stress. As you’ve probably experienced, when you haven’t drunk enough water, your energy levels are lower and the more tired you feel. The human body is approximately 70% water. The effect that water has on our brains is probably best understood when we understand […]

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