Staying one hundred percent hydrated has always been difficult for me. I really do try to drink more water and stay super hydrated, but I always tend to go for drinks that work against hydration. Here are some tips to stay hydrated during the summer months.

Dehydration will show itself in a number of ways, from cramps, headaches, itchy skin, lightheadedness, and the list goes on. The foods we eat also play a role in our level of hydration. While there's no precise number of ounces of water we should drink eat each, but it's recommended that people drink anywhere from 100 to 128 ounces (1 gallon) each day.

Drinking water should be part of your daily routine, and should not be a talk that is hard to do. Here are some tips for staying hydrated during extreme heat.

Feeling Thirsty? How to Stay Hydrated During Extreme Heat

8 Uncommon Symptoms You May Not Realize Are Caused By Allergies

Everyone associated sneezing and watery eyes with allergies, but there are actually many complications you could experience thanks to pollen. Dr. Brian Lum from the Functional Healthcare Institute explains that your stomach ache, panic attack or even toe fungus could all be a result of seasonal allergies.

A Checklist of 8 Things Every Man Can Do To Live Years Longer

Living a long and healthy life doesn't have to be difficult. According to Dr. Evan Goldfisher of Premier Medical Group, checking off these simple, common sense items on the following list could add years to your life.