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Drink Up: The Importance of Hydration While Traveling

Have you ever experienced a headache, fatigue, or light-headedness while traveling? It’s the worst. Chances are, you may have been dehydrated. Staying hydrated while traveling is often overlooked, but it’s essential for maintaining optimal health and avoiding unpleasant symptoms.

As a traveler, you have many things on your mind – reservations, activities, luggage, and more – making it hard to remember to drink enough water. This is where Pureboost comes in handy. Not only does it taste great, which makes getting in your H2o more enjoyable, it also provides a much needed clean energy boost, a surge of vitamins & minerals, and our Hydration Maximizer Electrolyte Blend (potassium, magnesium, sodium and calcium) all in one little packet, making it a breeze to stay hydrated while traveling.

In this article, we’ll discuss the importance of staying hydrated and how to assess your hydration level. We’ll also look at the challenges of staying hydrated while you’re on the road (or in the sky) and provide tips on how to stay hydrated while traveling.

The Importance of Staying Hydrated

The human body is roughly 60% water, and staying hydrated is crucial for maintaining optimal health. Without water, you can only survive for about three days. Many bodily processes depend on water, including maintaining healthy temperature regulation, supporting healthy joints, and transporting nutrients to cells throughout the body.

The Challenges of Staying Hydrated While Traveling

When you’re away from home, staying hydrated can be challenging. Access to clean water may be limited, and you may not be able to find places to fill your reusable bottle as frequently as you’d like. Additionally, the stress of travel can actually cause dehydration by increasing cortisol levels, the body’s stress hormone. Stress can cause you to sweat more, breathe faster and increase your heart rate, all of which increase the amount of fluid you lose. Airplanes can also dehydrate you. The air inside the cabin is dry, and the low air pressure at high altitudes can increase the rate at which your body loses fluids.

Tips for Staying Hydrated While Traveling

Bring a reusable water bottle: Bringing a reusable water bottle with you can help you stay hydrated while on the go. You can fill it up at water fountains, restaurants, or cafes.

Pack Pureboost: Pureboost is a great option for staying hydrated while traveling. It’s easy to pack and can be mixed with water for an energizing, hydrating drink full of vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes.

Avoid alcohol: Alcohol is a diuretic, meaning it can cause you to lose more fluid than you take in. Avoiding these beverages or limiting your intake can help you stay hydrated.

Eat hydrating foods: Some foods are more hydrating than others. Watermelon, cucumber, strawberries, and lettuce are all high in water content and can help you stay hydrated.

Set reminders: With so many things on your mind while traveling, it’s easy to forget to drink enough water. Setting reminders on your phone can help you stay on track.


Staying hydrated while traveling is essential for your health and the enjoyment of your trip. Luckily, you have Pureboost on your side. With its combination of green tea caffeine, vitamins and minerals, plus our Hydration Maximizer Electrolyte Blend, Pureboost is the perfect travel companion. So, don't forget to add a few packets to your carry-on to help keep your thirst quenched and your energy levels high while you explore the world! Trust us, your body will thank you (and so will your travel companions).