Don’t Wait, Hydrate

Why you should be consuming more of H2O ESPECIALLY during Monsoons!

I’m sure all of us have heard of apps that timely remind us to hydrate ourselves but have you ever wondered if they’re that effective?

We’re all guilty of consuming less water especially in the months of monsoon. Water makes up 70% of our body mass and humidity during monsoon tends to rip off excess moisture from our body. Monsoon seasons seem ideal to curl up with a cup of coffee and a book you’ve been meaning to finish but don’t confuse that soothing feeling with the spell of the season, dehydration is one of the main reasons for causing lethargy.

So what can you do to avoid getting dehydrated?

Some people find the taste of water bland and the idea of having to get up and pouring a glass of water seems like a task to most but what if we suggest you to add a spin to your regular glass of water?

Adding lemon ridges along with your choice of citrus fruit adds a great twist, not to mention the abundant amount of antioxidants and minerals.  Fruit-infused water recipes are easily available online and you can try experimenting on your own as well!

watermelon, kiwi, and lime go wonderfully well with each other, so does grape, lemon, and strawberry. These are some of our recommendations. Mix these combinations and get yourself a refreshing drink. Before you begin sipping, you can store them in mason jars and refrigerate them for 30 minutes. However, since there are 0 preservatives, infused water is best 2 to 4 hours after you’ve made it. Or, you can let it infuse overnight in the refrigerator.

Water consumption keeps the immunity level high in monsoons that prevent in developing a monsoon disease. If the immunity is strong, your tummy is happy. It supports the digestion process and helps in indigestion or bloating and controls acidity.

This season, get creative and experiment with these fruit-infused recipes and share them with us in the comment section below!

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