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Health tips: Why you should drink more water during summers

If you are pregnant or breastfeed, you will need to take extra fluids to keep your body hydrated.

Easy ways to keep yourself hydrated this summer

The most common condition that people suffer from during summer is dehydration, wherein the body loses significant amount of water along with minerals and electrolytes.

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Quick tips to beat the heat and maintain an ideal body temperature

Wear loose, full-sleeved, light-coloured cotton clothes as these protect the body from the sun and aid evaporation of sweat. Wearing a hat or sun glasses is also helpful.

How to keep your child's stomach cool in summers

How to cool stomach heat: Avoid heavy meals as the digestive system becomes sensitive during summer. It is best to eat smaller meals at shorter intervals as it goes easy on the digestive system and keeps one from feeling hungry as well.

How to prevent dehydration and heatstroke in children during summer

Heatstroke and dehydration in summer: Here are some ways to protect your child from the summer heat and ensure they are in good health during the season.

Easy ways to stay hydrated in the sweltering summer heat

Staying hydrated in summers is essential for one's well-being. Here are some easy ways to keep yourself hydrated this summer.

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Less than six hours of sleep in the night may lead to dehydration: Study

For the purpose of the study, the relationship between sleep duration and urinary hydration biomarkers among adults in a cross-cultural context were assessed and compared to reach a conclusion. 

Not drinking enough water? This is how it can harm your body

While most of us are familiar with dehydration headaches, it might surprise (or shock) you to know the gross effects of not drinking sufficient water can have on the body. Find out more about them here.

Dos and don'ts for summer

Summer heat could lead to dehydration and dehydration could lead to electrolyte loss, which could leave you feeling lethargic, nauseous, exhausted and may even cause diarrhoea and constipation.

Gorge on tomatoes, zucchini, yogurt for healthy summer

Yogurt is made for summer eating. The protein satisfies your growling tummy, which will keep you from overloading on salty, high-calorie snacks. It also adds a dose of probiotics, beneficial bacteria that keeps your digestive system running smoothly.

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Top foods to hydrate your body in summer

When the temperature soars, dehydration becomes one of the major problems. An expert suggests that people consider food as a source of water.

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