Stay Hydrated

Know the symptoms of dehydration and how it affects your body.

Signs of Dehydration

Dehydration, a condition characterized by insufficient fluid levels in the body, can manifest through various signs.

  • Confusion

  • Dry mouth and throat.

  • Headache or back pain.

  • Dizziness and lightheadedness

  • Increased thirst, as the body attempts to replenish lost fluids.

  • Darker urine due to concentrated waste products.

  • Fatigue or sleepiness may also be present, as the lack of proper hydration affects energy levels and blood flow.

  • Dry and cool skin, muscle cramps, and a rapid heart rate.

If left untreated, dehydration can lead to more severe complications, such as confusion, low blood pressure, and even organ failure.

The Chemistry of Water

Discover the fascinating chemistry behind water and its importance for our bodies.

To better understand this necessary component to life, we must understand its chemical properties and how it works in our bodies. Water has a simple molecular structure. It is composed of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. Each hydrogen atom is covalently bonded to the oxygen via a shared pair of electrons. What you may not know is that water comes in clusters of molecules (rather than single molecule). Non-structured water contains very large clusters groups, ranging in formation from 13 molecules, and up to 25 in some cases.

Think of a handful of marbles versus a bucket of golf balls. If you throw the golf balls at a chain-link fence, some will pass through, yet, we know some will bounce back. However, if you throw the marbles at the fence, most of them will pass through seamlessly. Micro-clustered water is like that, easily penetrating the cell membrane. Permeating your cells, hydrating your body within seconds of drinking, leaving you less full and more completely hydrated.

The HALO Water Structure Systems will reformat your everyday drinking water into a micro-cluster formation. This means, better hydration, quantum nutrition and optimum oxygenation at the cellular level.