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How To Stay Hydrated This Summer With Elevated Hydration

Last updated May 03, 2022 by Mariah Hebbeln

The human body is approximately 60% water and provides an essential function to all the major and minor organs. Studies have found that 75% of Americans live with mild dehydration, which can have immediate effects that lead to further dangerous consequences. 


Local business, Elevated Hydration, is familiar with this problem and has a few easy tips to follow to help your body naturally regain proper hydration. Then give your body a healthy boost of hydration with their medically formulated IV drips.  


Essential Tips on Staying Hydrated During Summer


It's easy to become dehydrated, especially when the temperatures are consistently in the upper 90s. Our bodies naturally can become dehydrated through perspiration, everyday activity, and insufficient water intake. A mild case of dehydration can lead to decreased cognitive performance, sluggishness, fatigue, and various other symptoms. Moderate dehydration can lead to decreased physiological function, performance, and more severe complications. A 10% decrease in muscular endurance can possibly occur in dehydrated individuals, which could be an issue for those concerned with physical performance. 


So what steps can you take now to keep water levels healthy? Elevated Hydration shared these easy-to-adopt habits:

  • Drink 2.5 to 3 liters of water a day. This measurement also equates to 11-15 cups or your body weight in ounces. For example, a 150 lb adult should consume 150 ounces of water every day.  

  • Don't rely on your body to tell you when it's thirsty. Following a fluid intake regimen is the easiest way to maintain healthy hydration. 

  • Regularly add electrolytes to your body through diet or supplements, as they are depleted  through exercise and sweat. 

  • Include water-rich foods like fruits and vegetables into your diet for an added delicious benefit.  

Boost Your Body's Hydration with an IV Drip

Once you've reached optimal hydration, getting regular IV drips with Elevated Hydration can help you be your best. Owned and operated by registered nurses and doctors, a professional recommendation can be made and administered in minutes. Their convenient locations in Boise and Ketchum offer walk-in appointments and house calls. Before you visit, browse these premier Elevated drips, guaranteed to give your body the boost it craves. 


A liter of saline fluids, one-drip session leaves you refreshed and rejuvenated. 

Sun Valley Hydration

Paying homage to their Sun Valley roots, this drip is perfect for active individuals who do regular strenuous activity or after a late night. 

Myers Cocktail

Designed by the IV master himself, Dr. Myers, the time-tested infusion includes B Complex vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin B12, magnesium. It's perfect for rehydration, seasonal allergies, migraine, fatigue.  


Our very own Mackenzie recently received the Myers Cocktail at Elevated Hydration and noticed immediate hydration benefits like softer, hydrated skin as well as an overall feeling of wellness. She experienced the best sleep of her life (who isn't looking for better sleep, am I right?) and higher energy levels.

Discover The Full Line of IV Drips at Elevated Hydration

The drips listed above are just the tip of the iceberg. Patients can book infusions to help with hangovers, boost immunity, and assist the body in cellular restoration. Stop by their office on Broadway Ave in Boise or the Tranquility Wellness Center in Ketchum or call ahead for their comfortable house call services. 


Check out their IV drips and more at these online channels,

Elevated Hydration Website

Elevated Hydration Instagram

Elevated Hydration Facebook

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