4 ways to stay hydrated when it’s cold outside

Staying hydrated

At the chiropractor last week, I was reminded of how I frequently fail to drink enough water when the weather turns cold. When it’s 110 degrees outside in Texas summers, it’s fairly easy to remember to hydrate, but when it’s chilly I just don’t crave that cold stainless steel water bottle anymore!

Since this is a recurring problem for me, I’ve developed 4 tricks to increase my water consumption when it’s cold. Maybe these tricks for staying hydrated in winter can help you too!

  • Keurig – turn on your single-serve coffee brewer without any coffee grains in it and it will provide instant hot water, no tea kettle required!
  • Hot tea – use that instant hot water to make your favorite tea! It’s much easier for me to drink hot tea than ice water when I’m cold.
  • Hot water – to avoid too much caffeine (even green tea has some caffeine), I add just hot water from the Keurig to my travel mug when the tea is almost gone. There’s still a little flavor left!
  • Travel mug – stainless steel is ideal, because it’s toxin-free and holds warmth the longest. If you carry something around with you at all times, you’re more likely to drink it!

8 thoughts on “4 ways to stay hydrated when it’s cold outside

  1. Lisa Fletcher says:

    I really like these ideas to get hydrated in winters. Yes, we do not feel much thirsty in winters but it doesn’t mean that our body doesn’t require water. Secondly our body need to be hydrated to get a glowing and healthy skin so I will definitely follow these 4 tips to get hydrated in winters.

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