Well, hereâ€™s some good news! Americans are conserving water at a higher volume than ever before, according to a prominent US Geological Survey.
In 1980, we were using around 112 gallons of water per day each. This plummeted to 88 gallons per day in 2005 and 82 gallons per day in 2015, marking a 27 percent decrease, despite the population increasing by 4 percent during that time.
Winning at Domestic Water Use!
The survey also highlights how domestic water use is relatively small compared to the various ways that water is used on an industrial scale. However, the signs that weâ€™re using significantly less of domestic water are …
Do you find that the summer heat leaves you struggling to keep your cool in the sun?
We hear you â€“ which is why we recommend drinking Tyent alkaline water from one of our water ionizers!
Water ionizers have all kinds of tricks up their sleeve to help you beat the heat as the summer temperatures rise. Whatâ€™s more, youâ€™ll love every one of the benefits that a water ionizer can provide you, such as:
Cooling Facial Spritz
If you feel like youâ€™re melting during the summer months, keep a spray bottle of pH balanced ionized Tyent alkaline water in the refrigerator to spritz on your face …
If you suffer from mild acne, eczema or a similar skin condition, then being gentle with your skin and using a soft approach can be very effective.
Skin Problems? Youâ€™re Not Alone.
With around 60 million Americans suffering from acne, and 32 million people in the US experiencing symptoms of eczema – if you do have outbreaks yourself, then youâ€™re not alone!
Always follow the advice of your doctor or healthcare provider about any treatment and products you may need for your own symptoms, but itâ€™s worth thinking about how we wash our skin and more specifically, the water we shower and bathe in.
So, we recently talked about the symptoms that young healthy women experience because of dehydration, but what about the dehydration symptoms found in men?
The Difference Between Men and Women
The clinical trials that we mentioned in our last blog post were carried out on both men and women, but the results were published separately. Interestingly, the men in this fascinating study showed several similarities to the womenâ€™s study, but also a couple of surprising differences.
Just like in the womenâ€™s clinical test conditions, the men were young, healthy and fairly active. The test results of mildly dehydrated males were compared to the results of fully hydrated test subjects.