7 Ways To Stay Hydrated Throughout The Day

7 Ways To Stay Hydrated Throughout The Day

Find it difficult to drink enough water during the day? Let's face it - it's not an easy task! The struggle is real! Here are 7 tips to stay hydrated throughout the day and improve your overall wellness.

In this article:

  • Drinking water with meals
  • Goals & tracking
  • Making your water tasty
  • Carrying a bottle
  • Drink first thing when you wake

Let’s face it—staying hydrated throughout the day is not an easy task! Drinking water isn’t always fun, and with a busy schedule, stopping to sip water can easily fall to the bottom of your “to-do” list. 

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Did you know that by the time you feel thirsty, you’re already dehydrated? In fact, 75% of Americans are dehydrated. Symptoms of even mild dehydration can be chronic fatigue, headaches, muscle cramps, or a lack of focus. 

The truth is, hydration is essential for your body to function. Every organ, tissue, and cell in your body needs water to work properly. Hydration is also intrinsically linked to your energy levels. 

It’s important to note that water makes up about 60% of your body and is involved in many important functions, including: 

  • Flushing out bodily waste 
  • Regulating body temperature 
  • Helping your brain function

    That’s why it’s so important to not wait until you’re thirsty to take a drink! Instead, be proactive with your hydration and create sustainable habits to stay energized throughout your day. 

    At Cure, we’re obsessed with healthy hydration. Because we know that hydration is the first and easiest thing anyone and everyone can do to support their health and well-being. Cure is the effortless way to replenish electrolytes that are lost in daily life.

    1. Drink At Least 1 Glass of Water with Every Meal.

    Drinking water during meal time is a great way to ensure you’re staying hydrated. Not only is it a convenient time to stop and sip water, but drinking water during or after a meal actually aids digestion. Drinking water, as well as other hydrating fluids, helps break down food so that your body can absorb the nutrients. Water also serves as a stool softener, which helps prevent constipation. 

    Even if you decide to indulge in a tea, juice, or soda with your meal, make sure you’re coupling it with a glass of water!  

    2. Set Specific Goals and Keep Track of Your Fluid Intake.

    You may be wondering how much water you should drink every day or, “What's the magic number?” The answer is: no single formula fits everyone. Learning more about your body's need for fluids will help you estimate how much water to drink each day. 

    The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine found an adequate daily fluid intake is: 

    • Around 3.7 liters (15.5 cups) of fluids a day for men.
    • Around 2.7 liters (11.5 cups) of fluids a day for women.

    This is the average recommendation, but everyone’s water and electrolyte intake is different and depends on factors such as climate, activity levels, underlying health conditions, and even genetics. Find out what works for you, set a goal, and stick to it! 

    Set reminders on your phone and keep track of your fluid intake; make notes on how it starts to improve your life. 

    We recommend setting a SMART goal, which is a great guide to goal setting. SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely. All of these criteria are helpful in increasing the chances of achieving your goal.

    For example: I will have increased energy levels in the afternoon within three months of starting to drink one Cure Hydration daily electrolyte mix every single day. 

    3. Make it Tasty!

    Unfortunately, there is quite a lack of taste in water and there are many appealing options when it comes to drinks like coffee, tea, soda, or juice. 

    The endless options that fill the grocery store shelves today cause many people to choose drinks filled with empty calories, sugar, and artificial ingredients. But here are some ways to spice up your fluid intake while still tasting good, looking appealing, and quenching your thirst. 

    Use Cure's Daily Electrolyte Mix

    Replenishing your electrolytes is an essential part of staying hydrated throughout your day. Our daily electrolyte mixes are a tasty and effective way to stay hydrated. 

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    Our products have been formulated for effective hydration and serve as a successful, low-calorie tactic to replenish electrolytes and improve your everyday wellness.
    Cure has 4x the electrolytes of leading sports drinks and is made with real ingredients like organic coconut water, pink Himalayan salt, and lemon juice. Our products have no added sugar or anything artificial - just the ingredients your body needs for optimal daily hydration. 
    Choose from a variety of our flavors which includes flavors: Endless Summer Watermelon, Ruby Riot Grapefruit, Main Squeeze Lemon, and Wild Thing Berry Pomegranate. Mix the powder product with 8-16 fl oz of water, stir (or shake), and enjoy! 

    Add Slices of Lemon, Lime, or Orange to Water

    These citrus fruits will add a refreshing taste to your water and make your glass look aesthetic. In addition, they add a high dose of vitamin C, a primary antioxidant and immunity booster. Sounds like a win-win to us!

    These will add a natural, distinct taste to your water and can make it even more refreshing. It will look pretty, too!

    Freeze Bits of Fruit Into Ice Cube Trays

    Try freezing pieces of blackberries or raspberries into ice cube trays filled with water. Then, place the fruit filled ice in a cup, fill with water, and enjoy! Some may call it art, but we call it creatively hydrating.

    Try Sparkling Water

    Drink sparkling water or seltzer if you prefer some bubbles. It’s still calorie-free but is thirst-quenching and provides a welcome change from flat water. It feels less like you’re drinking water, but still has the hydrating benefits.

    4. Carry a Reusable Water Bottle and Take it With You Everywhere You Go. 

    We are all about reduce, reuse, recycle! Not only are reusable water bottles a fashion statement, but they are a great way to ensure you’re drinking enough throughout the day (not to mention they are great for the environment and limit plastic waste). 

    Check out our 16oz glass water bottle with a silicone sleeve. It’s the perfect reusable water bottle to drink your Cure Hydration daily electrolyte mix out of! 

    5. Drink Water First Thing in the Morning.

    What’s the first thing you do in the morning? After hitting the snooze button, of course. Check social media on your phone? Make your way to the bathroom to brush your teeth? Consider starting your day with a glass of water. 

    Drinking a glass of water in the morning flushes out your stomach to balance your lymphatic system. This helps support a strong immune system, which helps to prevent you from getting sick as often. Starting your day with water gets your digestive system moving and wakes your body up.

    Drinking water rehydrates you after a night of sleep and sets your day on the right note. If you want to stay hydrated, you must start your day hydrated.

    6. Replenish Electrolytes When You Exercise or Engage in Physical Activity.

    One of the times in which you are most susceptible to dehydration is during and after your workout or engaging in exercise because you lose electrolytes through sweat. Electrolytes are types of minerals that carry electrical charges. 

    They spark cell function throughout the body and are vital for your health and survival. They support hydration and help the body produce energy; which is why electrolyte drinks are extremely beneficial before, during, and after your workout. 

    It is essential to replenish the electrolytes you lose. One way to do that is through electrolyte-enhanced drinks! That’s why it’s important to drink electrolyte beverages before, during, and after your workout. 

    In order to maintain your electrolyte balance, the amount of electrolytes that you lose should equal the amount you consume. When something upsets this balance, you become dehydrated. 

    Signs of dehydration during a workout could be vomiting, disorientation, or extreme weakness.

    Our products in particular are an effective, low-calorie way to replenish electrolytes during and after your workout.

    Cure is different from other electrolyte products because it’s made with premium, plant-based ingredients that provide you with essential electrolytes like potassium, sodium, and glucose—with no added sugar. 

    In other electrolyte products, you’re likely to see cane sugar, dextrose, and synthetic ingredients. Incorporating our plant-based drinks into your workout routine instead of these artificial alternatives will help you recover faster and perform better!

    7. Eat Fruits and Vegetables With High Water Contents Such as Lettuce, Celery, Berries, and Melons.

    While drinking water is essential, you can also stay hydrated by consuming water-rich foods. 

    Many people don’t necessarily have to drink an excessive amount of water to stay hydrated. As long as you’re eating plenty of water-rich foods (such as lettuce, celery, cucumbers, berries, and melons) and drinking water when you’re thirsty, you won’t have a problem staying hydrated. Additional water-rich foods include peaches, skim milk, cottage cheese, as well as broths and soups.


    Although drinking water throughout the day can seem like a hassle, the extensive benefits for your mental and physical health makes it well worth the effort. That’s why we broke down practical, sustainable tips for you to maintain hydration throughout your day-to-day life. We hope these tips encourage you to create sustainable hydration habits that boost your physical and mental health. 


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