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Staying Hydrated when Temperatures Soar

Staying Hydrated when Temperatures Soar

As the temperatures rise, hydration becomes even more important than it usually is. Whether you’re working out in the heat, or just enjoying the warm weather, it’s vital to stay hydrated, to prevent heat stroke and keep your blood circulating properly. Water is an often overlooked nutrient, essential to the body, and serving as solvent for many important biochemical functions, supplying nutrients and removing waste from the body. Fortunately, it’s easier to stay hydrated than you may think.

At our clinic, we embrace an integrated approach to wellness, treating our patients as whole people. To that end, we strive to continually provide useful information to help our patients find their own path to wellness, encouraging them to select nutritious food, healthy exercise, and good lifestyle choices. For more information about how we can help you live a healthier life, call today for your free consultation.

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