The body is made up of 60% of water, meaning we must drink a decent amount for just about everything in our body to work properly. When we don’t drink enough water, we notice side effects like feeling lightheaded and having a dry mouth. The only issue nowadays is fixing that problem gets a little complicated since there are so many different types of water … Continue reading H2O Overflow
Your kidney health is just as important as your heart. The kidneys’ function is to filter waste and excess water out of your blood, as well as regulate your blood pressure and vitamin D metabolism for your bone health. When someone develops kidney disease, the waste in their body will fill up due to the lack of filtration. This will lead to unsightly and painful … Continue reading Improve Your Kidney Health
Summer is among us, which means staying cool and hydrated is a must. Here in South Georgia we know all too well how hot and humid it can get. We pray for breezes that seem to be just nonexistent, so we have to figure out ways to remain cool and keep our bodies hydrated. Here are five fitness accessories that will help you when the … Continue reading Fitness Accessories to Keep You Cool
Whether for a quick swim before bedtime or lounging the day away, water safety at the pool is an important precaution you should take, regardless of age or intended activities. When you’re ready to hit the water, it can be tempting to disregard possible safety hazards. The American Red Cross reports that around 200 children drown in backyard swimming pools each year, and, sadly, this … Continue reading Don’t Jump Yet!
Water is something some Americans can take for granted. We tend to believe that there is an endless supply, more so an endless supply of clean water, when that is not usually the case. Clean water is important when it comes down to our day-to-day lives. Without clean water we become victims of poor sanitation and contaminated water that can transmit diseases such as cholera, … Continue reading Limited Supply