In the summer, many of us like to shower more frequently than we normally would. Letâ€™s face it – on a hot summer day, nothing beats standing underneath a cooling jet of water!
Your Skin and Chlorine
Now that stream of water might be wonderfully refreshing to step into in the morning, but letâ€™s remember two things: your skin is your largest organ, and your municipal water is very likely to contain chlorine.
To an extent – what we put on our skin is absorbed into our bodies. So, what do you do if you want to cut back on the amount of chlorine in your shower water?
Alkaline water helps you stay hydrated when exercising or doing physical activities, especially in theÂ summertime when we tend to sweat more.Â Alkaline water can also help reduce muscle fatigue during workouts.Â Drinking Tyent Water before, during or after activities keeps you hydrated and also helps to counter the natural drop in pH that occurs during exercise.Â Tyent Water is microclustered, which allows the cells of the body to absorb water quickly and more efficiently.
What is your favorite summertime exercise?Â Here is a list of some our favorite activites!
FREEZER SHEETS AND SWAMP FANS!Â TIPS TO STAY COOL DURING A HEAT WAVE!
Here in South Jersey, we experienced our rainiest June ever!Â However, our friends in other parts of the United States are experiencing multiple triple digit temperature days!Â During these dog days of summer, itâ€™s important to stay cool and hydrated.Â Here areÂ 6 tips to beat the heat!
1.Â Dress simply.
Wearing loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored clothes will keep you cool and reflect heat and sunlight. Donâ€™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 …