Get Ready for Drier Air! Autumn Starts Sept. 23
Farewell summer! So long fireflies, goodbye mosquitoes! We’ll miss you, bare legs, flip-flops and suntans.
We’ll also miss summer’s humidity – sometimes too much in the form of rainstorms, sometimes just enough to frizz our hair.
Like it or not, dry air and dropping temperatures are coming. And colder weather can mean even greater chance of dehydration than in summer.
When the air turns cold, our bodies start trying to conserve heat and blood vessels shrink, which increases blood pressure. To lower the pressure, so there’s less blood to fill veins and arteries, your kidneys work harder, and you make more trips to the bathroom.
Not only can not having enough fluid in your body make you feel thirsty, dehydration, as little as three percent of your body fluids, can also make you hungry, tired, lose focus and make you even more likely to get colds and flu.
To stay hydrated,
- Eat more fruits and vegetables, which are a natural source of water.
- Cut back on Salty foods that can make you extra thirsty and can also lead to bloating.
- Drink more water! All natural True Lemon, True Orange, True Lime and new True Grapefruit are proven to help people drink more water, and they provide an added boost of natural Vitamin C.
Hello Fall! Let’s make it a healthy one!
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