You can’t reach peak performance if you aren’t hydrated.
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We all know it’s important to drink water, but have you ever really asked yourself why? Well, put simply, it’s because our bodies can’t function without a good baseline of water. Staying hydrated not only helps you reach peak physical performance but it also has a major effect on your energy levels and brain function. If you’re always running for that cup of coffee to avoid the 3 p.m. crash, you may just need more water. Forgetting to drink water throughout the day can lead to dehydration which isn’t just a physical drain; it’s a brain drain too.
Hydro Flask – $44.95
Hydro Flask has become a hit at offices around the country because these bottles are durable, have a high capacity, and they keep water cold for up to 24 hours. Having one at your desk is an extremely easy way to stay hydrated.
Yeti Rambler – $24.99
This double-wall, vacuum-insulated Yeti Rambler keeps cold drinks cold or hot drinks hot for hours so you can enjoy them all day long. Plus, it’s dishwasher safe!
Ember Smart Mug – $71.95
Tea is hydrating too, and the Ember Smart Mug can keep your tea at a constant temperature of 120ºF – 145ºF so it’s consistently tasty and enjoyable. It has a one-hour battery life on a single charge, or you can buy a charging coaster to use it continuously.
Brita Water Filter Bottle – $19.94
You’ve got a Brita at home, why not at work? This personal water bottle has a built-in Brita filter that reduces the chlorine found in tap water. One filter works for up to 40 gallons of water.
Camelbak Chute Mag Water Bottle – $13.95
The most budget-friendly option on the list is also the most portable. The lightweight Camelbak bottle is designed for adventurers on the go, making it a great choice for anyone with a long commute.
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5 Ways to Stay Hydrated in the Office
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