Tuesday, May 8, 2012

How do you stay hydrated

  • Its Drink Water Week and to celebrate, HuffPost Healthy Living is putting together a gallery of images showcasing how you get your H20. We want to see how you stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • As children, thirst drove our quest for hydration, but if you were anything like me for at least eight glasses of fluids a day are two ways to make sure we stay hydrated.
  • (Missoulian)
  • One morning, he asked his son, who works as a consulting neurologist at P D Hinduja Hospital, Where do you go every day in the final stage, they stay bedridden until the end.
  • (Times of India)
  • Some celebrities will try anything to stay looking young and fresh People get caught up in trying to treat themselves from the outside in and its really about what you do on the inside.
  • (Odd Celebrity Beauty Treatments - National Ledger)
  • You can do karate.
  • (Denver Post)
  • Stay hydrated: Drinking a glass of juice or water in between who have missed out on before-a-party and during-a-party prevention, we suggest all you can do to cure your hangover. Sleep: An easy way to cure a hangover is to sleep.
  • (Times of India)
  • Q: Rob, are you crazy? I hear that all the time I take in 150 calories an hour, plus stay hydrated. By the third day my appetite is enormous. I stay away from sugar. My go-to meal is salmon, asparagus and sweet potatoes.
  • (Des Moines Register)
  • How do you decide between the multitude of bands at Norman Music Festival? Easy. Let me tell you who to see this weekend. Slap on the sunscreen, stay hydrated and scamper on down to Main Street — following these recommendations, of course.
  • (Oklahoma Daily)
  • Plan to stay hydrated. For both elite and everyday athletes, dehydration is a major factor in causing fatigue. Do a little planning ahead to ensure that you stay hydrated to keep your body running at peak performance.
  • (Las Vegas Review Journal)
  • Sometimes we feel like we've been wasting our time, and spinning our wheels in a dead end place and that we're destined to stay there people grow and mature spiritually.
  • (Arlington Heights Daily Herald)

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