How to drink Vitamin Water without being a wuss

A year ago, I was diagnosed with vitamin water intoxication.

My symptoms, in addition to my lack of a functioning kidney, included dizziness, confusion, and diarrhea.

I took an emergency room visit that day, and when I was told that my kidney function was normal, I assumed I had to stop drinking the mineral, as I didn’t want to risk any of the other symptoms that had developed since.

While I’m not the first person to drink vitamin water to combat a water-related problem, I did it anyway.

The good news is that most of us can drink it at least some of the time.

Even if you’re not a fan of the taste, if you drink enough water you should get enough of it to avoid dehydration, which can be a serious health concern.

However, if your water is too salty, you’ll end up feeling bloated, and you’ll need to avoid going to the bathroom all the time or even washing your hands.

Fortunately, vitamin water is a safe, nontoxic, non-toxic, and inexpensive mineral.

Here are six simple steps to drinking it without a problem: 1.

Drink a few glasses of water each day.

Most vitamin water has about the same amount of water as a single glass of orange juice, so it’s not that big of a deal to drink one glass of water per day.

If you’re using it for a specific activity, such as yoga or pilates, you may need to increase the amount.


Drink about five to six cups of water a day.

I know, I know.

I get it. 3.

Drink water in moderation.

Water is a water, and a lot of water is made of sodium and chloride.

When you’re consuming water, your body uses these ions to help keep you hydrated.

If too much of either is present, it can lead to dehydration.


Get enough sleep.

Sleep is one of the most important things to take care of your body.

If your body is getting enough vitamin and minerals, it should be able to stay hydrated for long periods of time.

To maximize your vitamin and mineral intake, get at least four to six hours of sleep a night.


Eat a healthy diet.

If it’s just you and your drink, that’s fine.

You should be eating foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals such as nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables.

However, if it’s a group of people, eating a healthy balanced diet is the best way to maximize your intake of these essential nutrients.


Use sunscreen.

Vitamin water is very effective in repelling sunburn.

I recommend using a sunscreen product that is UV-resistant, which means that it can be worn under clothing to reduce the amount of UV radiation that reaches your skin.

If the product has an SPF rating, you should use a product with that rating, because UV radiation will only penetrate sunscreen-protected areas.

If you have a family member who drinks vitamin water or a friend who does, get to know them so that you can share tips on how to make your own water without any ill effects.

Vitamin water is an inexpensive, easy-to-drink mineral, which is why you’ll often find it on grocery store shelves and in the home.

You can always find it in the grocery store, but you can also buy it online or in health food stores, health food clubs, and health food pantries.

Have you ever tried drinking water to prevent dehydration?

How did you manage to keep hydrated while drinking water?

What did you think of drinking vitamin water without the other side effects?

Share your story with us in the comments below.