Maru® Aluminum Drink Bottle available in two colours. These striking Aluminium Drinks Bottles from swim brand Maru look great in Lime or Orange and have a screw lid and carabiner to easily attach them to things. The bright colours and Maru branding coordinates with Maru training fins and swim bags. These water bottles are ideal for taking liquid refreshment to the pool to rehydrate after a swim.
You can never overstress the importance of proper hydration. A great test to see whether or not you are hydrated at anytime is to pour yourself a large glass of water and see how much of it you can drink. A large glass is aopproximately the same size as this drink bottle. You will find , in many cases that you can drink the whole glass of water,(maru® Drink Bottle) . This means you are or were de-hydrated and that before you start any exercise. And remember it is essential that you are fully hydrated before beginning any type of exercise. Whether you are about to start a full bloodied work out or just a pleasant game of kick about football with your kids.
Your body depends on water to survive. Every cell, tissue, and organ in your body needs water to work properly. For example, your body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate your joints. Water is needed for overall good health.
Signs of Dehydration
- Little or no urine.
- Urine that is darker than usual.
- Dry mouth.
- Sleepiness or fatigue.
- Extreme thirst.
- Dizziness or lightheadedness
- No tears when crying.
- Don’t wait until you notice symptoms of dehydration to take action.
- Actively prevent dehydration by drinking plenty of water.
Some people are at higher risk of dehydration, including people who exercise at a high intensity (or in hot weather) for too long, have certain medical conditions (kidney stones, bladder infection), are sick (fever, vomiting, diarrhea), are pregnant or breastfeeding, are trying to lose weight, or are not able to get enough fluids during the day. Older adults are also at higher risk. As you get older, your brain may not be able to sense dehydration. It doesn’t send signals for thirst.
Water makes up more than half of your body weight. You lose water each day when you go to the bathroom, sweat, and even when you breathe. You lose water even faster when the weather is really hot, when you are physically active, or if you have a fever. Vomiting and diarrhea can also lead to rapid water loss. If you don’t replace the water you lose, you can become dehydrated.