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  • FEEL GOOD FEB WITH BIOLyte
    12th February 2021

    Did you know that it’s currently Feel Good Feb? Feel Good Feb is about the random acts of kindness a person can provide to somebody else within the community. But it’s not just the person on the receiving end who benefits. The giver can also benefit as their happiness increases. BIOLyte can contribute to Feel Good Feb, especially when you consider our hashtag - #rehydratemate.

  • TAKING THE FIGHT TO A HANGOVER
    18th December 2020

    Another night out. A lot of laughter, drinks and good times. But then the nausea kicks in and we rush to the bathroom. We then think to ourselves ‘I’m never going to drink again’, but really, how realistic is that? The next morning, the hangover kicks in and we want to stay in bed. We’d prefer to have the blinds closed and the noise kept to a minimum. But there is a way to recover faster from these hangovers and we’ll tell you how.

  • DEHYDRATION IN CHILDREN – WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR
    27th November 2020

    As a new parent or guardian, looking after children can be a wonderful experience but it can also bring a lot of worry. One question that may be constantly running in your mind is the health of your child. One particular concern you may have is with dehydration.

  • THE LINK BETWEEN OLDER AGE AND DEHYDRATION
    26th October 2020

    When you reach a certain age, you have the opportunity to experience amazing things such as spending more time with loved ones and getting time to pursue your dreams during retirement that wasn’t possible before. But one part that isn’t amazing is becoming more susceptible to dehydration. Here are a few reasons as to why the elderly are prone to dehydration.

  • DEHYDRATION DURING WINTER
    6th August 2020

    Dehydration during witner is actually more common thank you may think. In fact, there are articles out there which claim that dehydration increases during winter even though we're less thirsty. In this blog, we'll look into why dehydration occurs during winter.