Natural Wellbeing Blog

Don't Let Summer Dehydration Get the Best of Your Health!

When the temperatures rise in summer, your body keeps you cool by sweating. Unfortunately, this depletes your body’s stores of water, which your body needs to stay healthy. If you lose too much water, you run the risk of becoming dehydrated.

Keeping Your Energy Up as the Days Get Shorter

As fall progresses into winter, the days will continue to get shorter and shorter. For many people, work, athleticism and everyday activities become more difficult to accomplish because of the lack of light outside. However, work and life don’t stop simply because the sun isn’t out to greet us in the morning or when we return home from work.

How Much Water Should You be Drinking Daily and Why?

Your body is made of about 60 percent water. That good old H2O allows your body to perform all of its necessary functions, keeps your organs healthy, your skin clear and prevents waste from building up inside you.