What does Proper Hydration Mean for You?

Water, water and more water!!

With all the hot and humid weather we have been having, we thought that it was a good time to remind everyone to drink more water!

Water makes up most of the human body. Muscles, joints, skin, and even bones depend on water to continue to function optimally. As you walk, move and exercise, you also sweat. If you do not drink enough water, dehydration can set in and this can impair muscle recovery and growth.

If there is an injury to the muscles, joints, discs, nerves or ligaments water intake is even more important in order to ensure that inflammation will be flushed out quicker and healing will not be impaired by dehydration.

Not sure how much water you should be drinking? The perfect balance of water intake and outtake is determined by age, gender and weight.




1-3 years

32 fluid oz (4 cups)

32 fluid oz (4 cups)

4-8 years

48 fluid oz (6 cups)

48 fluid oz (6 cups)

9-13 years

56 fluid oz (7 cups)

64 fluid oz (8 cups)

14-18 years

64 fluid oz (8 cups)

88 fluid oz (11 cups)

19-50 years

72 fluid oz (9 cups)

104 fluid oz (13 cups)

51 years +

72 fluid oz (9 cups)

104 fluid oz (13 cups)

Pregnancy (14-50 years)

80 fluid oz (10 cups)


Lactation (14-50 years)

104 fluid oz (13 cups)


*80% from beverages and 20% from food moisture

By following this simple guide proper hydration can easily be obtained. So, grab your reusable water bottle, fill it up (maybe add some sliced fruit for pizazz) and start conquering the world one sip at a time!

Did you miss us on TV?

Did you know that we got a visit from Tim Bolen of CHCH TV!

In this segment, we discussed common issues that are arising for those who are now working from home. As well, we mention our new protocols such as mandatory mask-wearing and extra cleaning measures.

It’s always a pleasure to be featured as a local business!


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