Do you feel fatigued while you’re working or studying?
Do you frequently experience headaches or dizziness?
Do you find yourself feeling like your brain is in a haze as you struggle to think clearly?
These symptoms might sound scary at first. But they’re often caused by a simple medical condition known as dehydration.
Dehydration happens when your body doesn’t have enough fluid. As a result, you may feel tired and achy. You can experience dry mouth, headaches, and even dizziness as a result of your dehydration.
The good news is that it’s easy to fix dehydration. You just need to drink a few glasses of liquid. Water is the best choice to rehydrate your system. Other beverages like coffee and soda contain caffeine, which can further dehydrate you. That’s why you should opt for water if at all possible.
But what if you hate the taste of water?
While some people believe water has no taste, others insist that it does have a boring flavor. If that describes you, then try one of these healthy options to mask the flavor of your water. You’ll still get the health benefits of drinking but without the taste you dislike.
Water and Lime (or Lemon)
Lime or Lemon are a great way to add flavor to your water. These mild citrus fruits are filled with Vitamin C and cancer fighting flavonoids. If you’re really craving a sweet taste, consider adding one teaspoon of raw honey to your lime/lemon water.
Cucumber and Apple Water
Combining cucumber and apple will give your water a sweet, refreshing taste. Cucumbers are an excellent source of several B vitamins while apples are known to fight diseases like Type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
If you’re still not a fan of water after trying to natural flavors provided by nature, then opt for green tea. Not only can green tea help rehydrate your body, scientists believe that it helps the body burn fat naturally.
Fresh Mint Tea
Like green tea, peppermint tea also boasts many health benefits. It can be useful in preventing nausea and reducing painful stomach cramps. Another advantage of drinking peppermint tea is that it’s a natural anti-inflammatory. If you have an autoimmune disease like arthritis, then it may be helpful to drink peppermint tea regularly.
When it comes to making music, your hydration level makes a huge difference. If you’re poorly hydrated, you won’t feel as well and your music may suffer. But drinking more water and tea throughout the day will help prevent this. As a result, you’ll feel energized and alert.