Stay Hydrated and Get Back to Playtime with DripDrop #DrinkDripDrop

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by SheSpeaks and DripDrop. All opinions are completely my own.

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Warm weather and playgrounds is what my life revolves around these days. I have two small children who love to play hard, but ’tis the season for the flu. Being sick slows us down, but we’ve found a few ways to fight the flu and get back to playtime.

  • Get plenty of rest
  • Take daily vitamins
  • Drink DripDrop to stay hydrated
  • Wash hands often

About DripDrop

DripDrop provides a simple, cost-effective solution that empowers everyone to treat mild to moderate dehydration with a safe, medical-grade solution. Their hydration powder packets fit easily in the medicine cabinet, travel kit, purse and gym bag, so itโ€™s there when you need it. Simply mix with water and consume.

Developed by a Mayo Clinic-trained family physician, DripDrop contains a proven ratio of ingredients โ€“ including sodium, sugars and potassium โ€“which absorb quickly and help you recover faster than any other hydration product on the market. In fact, DripDrop has been shown to hydrate 34% faster than water alone, and 20% faster than pediatric solutions and sports drinks.

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When one of the kids comes home sick, do you find that the whole family gets it? That’s what it’s like in our house. When my daughter comes home from preschool, she brings some of the germs with her. In order to fight against the flu, we stay on top of taking our vitamins, get plenty of rest, and wash our hands frequently.

But, what about hydration? I’m always worried that the kids aren’t getting enough fluids when they’re sick. We found that by drinking DripDrop when we get sick, and when the kids are playing outside, that they stay hydrated better.

The quicker we all start feeling better, the sooner the kids can get back to playtime.

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What do you do to keep your family hydrated whey they’re sick?

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