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I’m terrible at drinking enough water. I’ll get wrapped up in work and forget about it, not wanting to keep water right next to my laptop(one ruined computer due to a spill was more than enough for me, thank you very much).
And my kids don’t like to stop to drink water, either. Even when their coach will call a water break during practice, they’ll take a sip and then go back to playing.
So I can see why dehydration impacts 75% of Americans. It’s a hidden cause of problems like fatigue, headache, stress, and lack of focus. It can impair productivity up to 30%, reduce athletic performance and make a bad cold worse. Facts via DripDrop.
DripDrop is a powder that you mix with your water and hydrates 34% better than water alone and contains 2-3 times more electrolytes than sports drinks, while having 50% less sugar than sports drinks. It treats and prevents dehydration resulting from vomiting, diarrhea, and excessive sweating.
You can keep a packet in your bag so you always have it with you on the go and easily mix it with a bottle of water. Then drink every 1-2 hours as needed until rehydrated.
DripDrop comes in Lemon or Berry Flavors. I’ll have to be honest with you and say that I sampled the lemon and knew it wasn’t something that my boys would drink. Maybe if they were sick and had no other choice, but it’s not something they’d select on their own. Not really surprising, since lemon(unless it has a lot of sugar added) isn’t a flavor my kids gravitate towards. I’d like to try the berry and think that would be a better one to have on hand should they need it.
DripDrop could come in handy during cold and flu season or any sports season, as well.
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Have you tried DripDrop? What do you drink to stay hydrated?