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Healthy Hydration

Am I drinking
enough water?

Daily exercise, a good night’s sleep and proper nutrition are all part of leading a healthy lifestyle. And we understand that with today’s busy schedules, it’s sometimes hard for families to stay on track. But drinking Nestlé® Pure Life® water is one of the easiest ways to stay hydrated and healthy throughout the day.

Live Pure

Drinking Nestlé® Pure Life® water contributes to keeping you hydrated through the day. And because it comes in a variety of sizes, it's easy for your family to live well – at school, work, on the go or at home during meal times.

Learn more about the importance of water for your family’s health and wellbeing with our collection of facts and articles about having fun and staying hydrated.

Water facts

We're made out of Water


Daily hydration

Get your 2L a day


Hydration tips for kids

Kids run on water


Dodging Dehydration

Dehydration occurs when the body doesn’t have enough fluid to function properly. If not treated, dehydration can get worse, and have some pretty serious effects. The good news is that severe dehydration is relatively rare. Regardless, it’s important to know the signs and symptoms of dehydration – mild, moderate and severe.

What are the Symptoms of Dehydration?

Infants and young children and the elderly are especially susceptible to dehydration. But anyone, regardless of age, can find themselves wondering if they’re dehydrated. See the chart for the common symptoms of mild to moderate dehydration.

What can you do to avoid dehydration?

Being aware of the risk is half the battle. Drink water throughout the day, remembering to start hydrated and stay hydrated. Be sure to replenish fluids that are lost more rapidly in warm weather or as a result of strenuous exercise and excess perspiration.

When to Worry

If you or anyone in your care has very dark yellow or amber urine, not urinating at all, sunken eyes, extreme thirst and fussiness, sleepiness, listlessness, confusion, is unconscious or delirious, call your doctor immediately.