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  Weather your an athlete or not you can help yourself by proper hydration to prevent heat related problems. No matter if you are working out or out in the sun you need to drink water.

 If you are wearing heavy clothes because of work or exercise you need to drink water to replace fluids loss through sweat. You need to make sure you take a water break.

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  It is very important to make sure you drink plenty of fluids especially if it is hot out and you are in the sun. If you are working out make sure there are hydration stations near by so you can get a drink. If you are with a group you can get a drink when you are watching the others work out. Make sure you know where to refill your water bottle and where you can take a break. Many time when you feel sick when you are sweating allot it is because you need to hydrate. Headaches can be caused by not drinking enough fluids.

 If you are going to be working or exercising in the heat you need to drink before you start. Another good thing to do in very hot climates is to use a cold wet towel around you head and neck this will cool you down. Cramps, headaches, muscle fatigue and light headedness are just some of the symptoms of dehydration. Exertion, sun exposure, and high altitudes can contribute to the bodies loss of vital fluids and electrolytes.

 You should also eat a good breakfast it is still considered the most important meal of the day. There is research now that eating a mixed breakfast of protein, fat and carbohydrates are more likely to manage their weight. People who have a busy day will have more energy if they eat a good meal to start the day. Eating healthy fat and fruits at breakfast will keep you from having that rebound hunger. You need a good carb, protein, good fat mix in the morning. Smoothies are a great way to get what you need and hydrate at the same time.

 Even if you plan you meals for the day it is a good idea to have some healthy snacks at the ready. Snack bars and a glass of water will keep you going if you need to skip a lunch. A box of energy or health bars stashed in your car or office. Make sure to read the contents of the food bar to make sure they are not full of sugar or fat but healthy protein and vitamins. Remember if you are not working out all the time make sure to keep your carbohydrates to a minimum but still drink plenty of water.

 The Nathan Speed 2 pack ensures that fluid is one-hand accessible, close at hand, and never in the way. The belt is engineered for a bounce-free fit with a limited stretch elasticized waist belt with moisture-wicking backing for comfort. The Speed 2 comes with two 10-ounce flasks for hydration that are easy to access in the molded holsters. Additional details include a water-resistant pill pocket in the front, an incorporated, waterproof medical ID card, reflective elements, a power stretch mesh pocket, and an interior flat pocket.

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