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hydration and uitsHealthHydration

Women’s Wellness: Hydration and UTIs

Understanding UTIs Urinary tract infections (UTIs) prevalence is highest amongst young women, with up to 20% experiencing one at some point in their lives. However, men can also be affected, and the risk increases with age for both sexes. What is a urinary tract infection? You may have heard a…
HydrateM8
26/02/2020
dehydration and type 1 diabetesHealthHydration

Dehydration and Type 1 Diabetes

What you Need to Know About Dehydration and Type 1 Diabetes Dehydration is a problem that faces all of us, especially when the temperature rises. But if you have diabetes, your risk of becoming dehydrated is even higher. So, it’s vital to find ways to keep yourself hydrated and your…
HydrateM8
24/02/2020
chronic diseasesHealthHydration

Can Water Prevent Chronic Diseases?

The Importance of Water in Preventing Chronic Diseases The benefits of water are vast and most of us know the importance of hydration to prevent dehydration and its nasty side effects. Most know that if you haven’t drunk enough water your body might let you know through signs like thirst,…
HydrateM8
14/02/2020
Health

February 4th: World Cancer Day

February 4th, 2020 is World Cancer Day. Cancer doesn’t discriminate, it can affect anyone – young, old, male, female, rich or poor. The disease is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Up to 50% of cancers can be prevented by making healthy lifestyle choices like eating a healthy,…
HydrateM8
04/02/2020
Health

February is National Heart Month

Many of us probably take the importance of our heart health for granted. The heart is a special organ, beating on average more than 100,000 times a day. Generally, you can’t feel it beating but you rely on the organ in your chest cavity to help keep you alive. 7…
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03/02/2020
HealthHydration

Science-Backed Benefits of Drinking Water

The human body is made up of approximately 60% water and so it is vital that we keep ourselves hydrated throughout the day. If that wasn’t enough, here are some of our favourite science-backed benefits of drinking water: Water helps to keep your body in a good, physical condition During…
HydrateM8
22/01/2020
HealthHydration

Are You Going Dry This January?

So, Christmas is over for another year, the parties are nearing a close and your bank account is cleared out. That must mean Dry January is approaching. If you’re not sure what that is, it’s the UK’s alcohol-free challenge month. For most people, it’s the perfect excuse to give their…
HydrateM8
01/01/2020
Health

Beat the Christmas Bloat

December is the month for pure overindulgence and we bet that by the time the big day finally arrives, it won’t be the first festive dinner you’ve tucked into. Let’s face it there’s the work parties, meeting up with pals and family gatherings for those you won’t see on the…
HydrateM8
23/12/2019
Health

Hydration and Dental Health

It’s not just what we eat which affects the health of our teeth, but what we drink, too. It is estimated that by the age of 5, 1 in 4 children have some degree of tooth decay, while 1 in 3 adults also have tooth decay. Water has a positive…
HydrateM8
26/07/2019
Health

Can Water Improve the Health of Your Heart?

Water makes up between 60 and 70% of our total body weight and is essential for many of the biological processes which take place. But can drinking water really improve the health of your heart? The heart is responsible for pumping blood around the body, delivering vital nutrients and oxygen…
HydrateM8
26/07/2019