Staying Hydrated in the Desert Climate

Temperatures are soaring in Las Vegas and staying Hydrated is more important than ever. But how much water does your body require when you live in the dry, desert climate? Most experts say 8 servings of 8 oz. each day is the bare minimum. Drinking excessive amounts of water can actually wash out necessary electrolytes and minerals. This is called overhydration and can actually cause dehydration.

a lemon on a glass of water

To avoid overhydration, experts recommend trading out water with drinks that contain electrolytes. They also recommend “eating water”. Fruits and vegetables naturally help replenish water and electrolytes. The best hydrating foods include the following:

  • Cantaloupe
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Green Bell Peppers
  • Iceberg lettuce
  • Peaches
  • Radishes
  • Starfruit
  • Strawberries
  • Tomatoes
  • Watermelon

Remember if you’re thirsty, then your body is already dehydrated.

immune wellness water drip

Another option to take care of your body in the desert is to Invest in IV Hydration Therapy. Infuze Wellness offers a monthly “Stay Hydrated” IV Membership. For only $99 per month, the Stay Hydrated membership includes 1 Hydration Fuze, 1 B12 Booster and 25% off any IV or Booster shot upgrades.

IV hydration has a lot of advantages. Not only is it the most efficient way to avoid dehydration, but it is also customized to your body. You can get the perfect mix of fluids, electrolytes, and nutrients that you need to feel your best.

Check out all Infuze Memberships for more IV Hydration therapy savings.

If you would like to give IV hydration therapy a try or you have questions about how IV hydration can help you avoid dehydration, call Infuze Wellness at 702-964-9500.

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