It’s Getting Hot Out There So Hydrate All You Want with Alkaline Water

Posted by: William Poole On April 22, 2016 9:00 am

“It’s getting hot in here, so hot!” is the intro line to rapper Nelly’s 2002 hit song “Hot in Herre.” And yes, that’s actually how it is spelled.

Celsius thermomether with fire flames

Although Nelly goes on to suggest removing one’s clothes as a way to cool off, Tyent USA advises adequate hydration when heat becomes a pressing issue.

Why Hydrate With Alkaline Water?

All water is not created equally. Tyent alkaline water is best in hot weather.
All water is not created equally. Tyent alkaline water is best in hot weather.

Alkaline water is a superior source of hydration because it is antioxidant and hydrogen rich and it can be used by the body quickly due to faster gastric emptying. Under heat stress, fluids that are efficient and serve multiple purposes are of the greatest value. Tyent …

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Beat the Summer Heat With Tyent Ionized Alkaline Water

Posted by: Rhona Reid On June 2, 2014 4:41 pm


                                         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

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Freezer Sheets and Swamp Fans! Tips to Stay Cool During a Heat Wave.

Posted by: tyent On July 2, 2013 2:32 pm


Here in South Jersey, we experienced our rainiest June ever!  However, our friends in other parts of the United States are experiencing multiple triple digit temperature days!  During these dog days of summer, it’s important to stay cool and hydrated.  Here are 6 tips to beat the heat!

Freezer sheets and swamp fans - Tips to stay cool in the summer -

1.  Dress simply.

Wearing loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored clothes will keep you cool and reflect heat and sunlight. Don’t forget to keep your head cool. Wearing a wide-brimmed hat not only looks cool, but it can also keep you cool by providing shade. Did you know that light-colored clothes are also great for helping to keep creepy crawlies off of …

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