Discover the best tips for hydrating effectively!
Hydration is one of the keys to well-being.
Discover how to optimize your hydration with Hydratis .
A well hydrated metabolism brings many benefits to optimize health and well-being on a daily basis. But then, how to hydrate well and how to recognize dehydration on a daily basis?
According to the world bibliography on hydration, we find that the needs vary from one person to another depending on environmental conditions, physical activity, dietary habits or even age.
Certain situations will also generate a greater need: taking diuretic drugs, physical exertion, high temperatures or after drinking alcohol are frequent situations which increase the need for water.
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The importance of hydration as you age
Older people are at a higher risk of dehydration than adults.
With age, the proportion of water present in the body decreases significantly: from 60% to 50% of body weight, which implies that with age it is necessary to pay particular attention to hydration to benefit of a better level of energy.
During episodes of diarrhea and vomiting, the risk of dehydration is increased tenfold due to the water loss generated as well as the loss of minerals and electrolytes.
How to recognize dehydration on a daily basis?
- Loss of appetite
- Unusually tired
- Unusual drowsiness
- A slight fever
- Dry mouth
Tips for optimizing daily hydration
In order to protect yourself from dehydration it is essential to make sure you consume enough liquids during the day.
- Choose fruits and vegetables rich in water
- Drink throughout the day (every hour)
- Increase the amount of water during the summer
- Keep a water bottle with you whenever you go outside
- Choose soups or stews during meals
What are the consequences of dehydration?
- Urinary tract infections
- Pressure ulcers in bedridden patients
- Emergency hospitalization
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Dilute a sachet in a glass of water and start each day with a large glass of Hydratis.
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- ANISE (Pastis)
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* The causes of dehydration in seniors and the elderly:
Seniors often receive many medical treatments, including diuretic drugs, which cause significant elimination of water consumed and water stored in the body.
Loss of thirst sensation is also a cause of dehydration. Indeed, with age we gradually lose this feeling of thirst which is caused by several factors including the weakening of motor skills and the dryness of the skin and lips.
Elderly people with a loss of autonomy may find it difficult to get up to get a glass of water, even when they are thirsty.
There is also a decrease in kidney function with age: the kidneys retain fluids less and less well.
Vomiting or diarrhea, which are linked to various illnesses, can also accelerate dehydration.
Hyperglycemia, which is the most common diabetes in seniors, causes an increase in the frequency and quantity of urine. This loss of liquids in the body, therefore causes a loss of liquid which can lead to dehydration.