Beat the Summer Heat With Tyent Ionized Alkaline Water


                                         The Heat is on!


Thermometer-in-summer-3 DSummer is just around the corner but in many places throughout the land, the heat is already here.

Doctors and health professionals everywhere recognize the need for good hydration on a regular basis but especially, when the temperature rises above eighty degrees.

Interestingly, when the temperature is up it doesn’t matter if you are working out in the sun, exercising or just trying to get a little tan, your body needs to stay hydrated.  Dehydration is a serious medical condition that can occur before you actually realize it.  According to Doctor John Batson, of Hilton Head, South Carolina, a specialist in sports medicine, “Thirst is not always the best indicator of dehydration, if you’re thirsty, you are already dehydrated.”


 One of the best ways to check your hydration level is by watching your urine color.  If the urine is pale or clear, you are pretty well hydrated.  If your urine is dark, it’s time to drink some fluids.



Water 3Signs You May be Dehydrated

Not sweating during physical exertion

 Swelling of the feet

 Headache


A preemptive approach works best when it comes to staying hydrated.  Doctor Batson states that for most people, water is the best thing to drink to hydrate the body and to keep it hydrated.  Additionally, drinking water before you exercise or plan on being out in the hot sun is crucial to keeping water levels up in your body.  The importance of drinking fluids before you feel dehydrated cannot be overstated says the good Doctor.  “Drinking water beforehand is much more important…otherwise, you are playing catch up and your heart is straining.”





About the Heart and Hydration

It all starts with the heart.  When your body is well hydrated, the heart doesn’t have to work as hard and it is easier for it to pump the blood through the blood vessels and into the muscles.

Moreover, being properly hydrated helps the muscles remove waste from them as well as allowing for better performance with greater efficiency.



fire-man  While most of us aren’t going to exert ourselves on hot days as an athlete in training might, the importance of good hydration is paramount to all of us regardless of our physical activity on those days in order to avoid the serious possibilities of suffering a heat stroke.

Hydration and Tyent USA…a winning combination

Knowing the importance of drinking water to stay hydrated is indisputable. Every living creature on Earth needs water in order to survive. However, perhaps just as important is the kind of water you drink. That’s where Tyent USA comes in.  At Tyent, water is all we do and no one does it better.  Our alkaline water ionizers produce water that is unmatched in its purity and ability to hydrate the body.


With a Tyent machine, the process of electrolysis from specialized plates transforms the molecular structure of the water into smaller clusters which are more easily absorbed by the body that leads to better overall hydration.



 TYENT COUNTERTOP IMAGE  Why just drink water to whet your whistle on a thirsty day when the purest, most hydrating water available is just a swallow away?  Better hydration means better health. It is undeniable.  Tyent water, with its smaller clusters hydrates the body on a cellular level as attested to by Doctor Alvin Stein, winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award, “The beauty of Tyent Water is that it penetrates into the cells and hydrates the cells on a cellular level.”  Now that is proper hydration!

Thirst quenching, pure and revitalizing with hydrating properties that are unparalleled, Tyent Water is the leader when it comes helping your body maintain its optimal hydration levels.

So go ahead and have your fun in the sun, just be sure to put drinking plenty of life-giving water from Tyent on the top of your list to keep you going strong and safe all summer long!


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