Most people do not account for the fluid needs during exercise in cold weather as the body has a decreased sensation of thirst which can lead to dehydration.
The temperature of your beverages impacts the regulation of energy management throughout the day, as well as performance in hot and humid conditions.
At HydratED you'll find a lot of great information on the benefits of healthy, sustainable hydration. However, it can be a lot to absorb. See a quick slideshow of the top hydration facts we enjoy sharing with our fans.
As little as 2% dehydration can leave you crankier, less able to concentrate, and feeling more sluggish.
Pro athletes can't afford to arrive at their travel destination exhausted and dehydrated. Matt Dixon outlines how to offset the effects of a long flight.
You don't need a lab to make your own hydration beverage. Matt Dixon's simple, three-ingredient concoction will keep you hydrated without breaking the bank.
What's the best way to make sure you start and end the day fully hydrated? Matt Dixon offers some tips on how to build hydration into your daily routine.
How many water breaks should you be taking when you exercise? Matt Dixon explains how often—and how much— you need to drink during training.
Kids need water to stay focused, but most of them don't drink anything between breakfast and lunchtime. Hydration expert Kate Geagan talks about how to work healthy hydration habits into the school day.
What's the best way to stay cool when exercising in the heat? Doug Casa explains the importance of keeping cold beverages handy on sweltering training days.