Your brain is 80 percent water. If you don’t drink enough to stay hydrated, you can reduce the ability of neurons to perform properly. So drink and think. Have at least eight eight-ounce glasses of water every day.
Beat winter itch by keeping houseplants, preferably ferns, in the driest rooms in your home or office. When plants transpire, they add moisture to the air, keeping skin hydrated.
After a workout, quench your thirst with water rather than a sports drink, which could contain more calories than you just burned.
Did you know pasta and grains can help you hydrate? When cooked, their starch granules soak up water and assist in hydration.
If you’re breaking a serious sweat, sports drinks help replenish electrolytes we sweat out like sodium.