2. Mix a Few Spritzers
Sodium-free club soda, soda water, or bubbly water (as I like to call it) is a hydrating mix for cocktails and hard alcohol. You can add an ounce of rum, vodka, or gin, a splash of real fruit juice, and fill the remainder of the glass up with club soda (not tonic, which contains a lot of sugar and calories).
3. The Blender is your H2O Friend
Do you fancy a margarita, piña colada, or frozen Bellini? Blender drinks are pro hydration thank to the ice in each concoction. Just try to use as many fresh fruits, herbs, and juices as possible to mix your blender drinks as the pre-made mixes are full of sugar and sodium.
4. Alternate Drink/Water
We’ve already established the alcohol is a diuretic, which means it makes you eliminate water faster from the body, leaving you dehydrated. To prevent a water shortage, alternate each drink with a tall glass of ice water in between to prevent a headache and nasty hangover.
5. Settle Tummy Troubles with Club Soda
If you tend to get a troublesome tummy from drinking too much, you’ll be interested to know that sipping on low sodium seltzer or carbonated water between alcoholic beverages will hydrate your body while settling your stomach.