‘The summer season is finally here’ is something that we often hear. That is not wrong because the summer season brings life and joy to the world after the freezing winter weather. But due to the ever-changing industrialisation, which has severe effects on global climate change, the summer season is not exactly what it used to be. You can have your beach days and lick your ice popsicles, but at the same time, it is very important for your body temperature to meet with the outside climate. For that, keeping yourself hydrated is of utmost importance! A simple way to ensure you are always hydrated is to keep a water bottle by your side so you can keep sipping water all through the day.

How To Keep Yourself Hydrated in Just 10 Ways

1. Fruits


Turning into fruits is what will help you get through the blistering heat waves this season. There are a bunch of juicy fruits that are available in the market just in the summer season, which are simply perfect for your body. These fruits have a high water content, so you can always turn to them. Seasonal fruits like mangoes, litchis, guavas are absolutely fabulous and can also be your mid-day healthy snack!

2. Water Alarm

water alarm

If you are someone who forgets to drink water completely in the middle of work, then you just need to set an alarm if you do not have someone to poke you 26 times in a day. You can simply download an application on your phone that will remind you to drink water after a few intervals.

3. Beverages


If you keep on having water day in and day out, you are bound to get bored of the taste. At the same time, isn’t it better to gain some nutrients out of your drink? The seasonal fruits are all in, so you can just go to the market and buy some fresh produce and just make some juice out of it. You can get some mangoes and make a refreshing batch of aam panna! Remember that yoghurt, lemon, mint also work as great cooling agents, so you can always accommodate them into your overall diet!

4. Add some flavours

add some flavours

A little lemon or some sugar and salt can make the difference. If you are not someone who drinks a lot of water in general, then adding some natural flavouring agents can help you do so. Add a few mint leaves, or just have some coconut water to replenish all the lost energy on a hot summer day!

5. Avoid caffeine, alcohol or sugary drinks

avoid caffeinr alcohol

Beverages overall create a difference, but if you just keep hogging on caffeine and aerated beverages, you would cause more damage to yourself. The water-retaining capacity in these kinds of beverages is below than average, so you will not benefit from them at all. On the other hand, you would actually feel more thirsty throughout the day, which can be uncomfortable and lead to dehydration.

6. Avoid exercising on hot days

avoid exercise on hot days

Exercising is great, you stay fit, and you also get some direction. But, your fitness regime can turn out to be pretty hard on you if you go out of your zone on a hot day. As you know, exercise is directly proportional to loss of energy and sweat, so in turn, you lose a lot of water, and there is a high chance that you will run out of breath in no time. So, do not let your mantra for a healthy life punish you on certain days. Take a break, relax!

7. Invest in a reusable water bottle

water bottle

If you are using a plastic water bottle in 2021, then it is high time that you come out of this bubble of ignorance. The world is slowly stepping towards a dark future, where the masses will be struggling with global warming. One of the significant reasons for global warming is the successive use of plastic, and since they are not recyclable and, at the same time, harmful, they do not decompose and regenerate into anything. Invest in a good quality water bottle to keep yourself hydrated and allow the world a few more decades of peace!

8. Check your urine

check your urine

If you are still unsure about the amount of water that you are consuming, then just check the colour of the urine. Light coloured urine means that you are on routine with your water requirements, but if the colour of your urine is dark, then certainly you are having less than the required amount of water. The coloured determine the level of dehydration, so just analyse and check what you need!

9. Wear Loose Clothes

wear loose clothes

This may not be directly related to hydration, but it is still something that you should note. Wearing some light, flowy clothes on a hot summer day will not make you sweat and make your feel uncomfortable. So, if you do not sweat much, you will not need a lot of water than the average consumable amount. This is especially important if you are going out somewhere; if you sweat and drink a lot of water simultaneously, there is a potential chance that you will not always be lucky enough to find a restroom. So, it is better to not take a chance ad ditch your coat and synthetic clothes for a while.

10. Change your diet

change your diet

Incorporating some vegetables containing 90% or more water like cucumbers, celery, tomato, radish, and spinach in the summer season can give you the 20% of the water needed by your body. You can simply snack on them, make a salad, maybe?

Final Words

The transitional period between the winters and the summer season is bliss. But we often confuse the transition period with actual summer, but as much as we would love that to happen, it is not the real case. The summer season is not just about swirling around with new varieties of ice creams and picnics; it is also about taking the necessary precautions so that your body adjusts to the weather properly. When it reaches its peak, the summer season can have devastating effects on your body, so make sure that you do the needful and drink your H2O and keep yourself hydrated!