May 31, 2018

Hydrate for Mental Wellness

Posted in Well-being tagged , , , at 8:34 am by kellyfdennis


While it’s tempting to load up on coffee and soda during the workday to stay alert (err…caffeinated), research shows that even mild dehydration can cause fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and mood changes, as well as physical effects like thirst, decreased or dark urine, dry skin, headache, dizziness and/or constipation. Furthermore, too much caffeine can trigger symptoms of anxiety.

Mental Health America says “Drink a gallon of water today (don’t chug it all at once!)”.

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