Apple water bottle, 4,600 INR. Know its traits


Consume adequate fluids. Your body will thank you for doing so. For those of you who aren’t motivated by these remarks, Apple provides an option that will set you back around Rs 5000.

Smart water bottles are being sold by the consumer electronics giant that monitor your physical activity and other factors to determine when and how much water you should be drinking. HidrateSpark’s smart water bottles link automatically with Apple Health to keep tabs on how much water you’re drinking.

It costs $59.95 (approximately Rs 4594) for HidrateSpark Pro and $79.95 (about Rs 6126) for HidrateSpark Pro STEEL.


New technology for the sake of new technology has created a lot of hype since its US debut, even if it isn’t yet accessible here. Earlier last year, Apple unveiled a cleaning cloth that would cost you Rs 1900 to use. Even if cheaper options were available, no one was pleased by the astronomically high price of the microfiber cloth.

How can a smart water bottle make our lives easier if we don’t consider the price?

Most of us may not be drinking enough water, particularly those who work in high-intensity jobs or are old, or those who prefer sweetened beverages over plain water.


According to common belief, one should drink eight glasses of water a day. Temperature, climate, physical activity, physiology, and so on are all said to have a role. All of this is taken into consideration by smart bottles. There are exceptions to this rule, however, for those with kidney stones or urinary tract infections.

In our more health-conscious society, the simple water is making a resurgence, although in a more luxurious form (some argue for the sustainability of smart bottles also as opposed to plastic bottles).
Your body, on the other hand, is very intelligent and can tell you just how much water you need to consume.

If your throat, mouth, eyes, or skin are dry, or if your urine is yellow, or if you have unexplained bodily pains, or if you feel tired and confused, you need to drink water. Hydrate yourself at these times, and you may feel better.


Water intoxication, on the other hand, occurs when cells inflate due to an excess of water, resulting in dizziness, sleepiness, and headaches. Because of excessive water consumption, sodium levels are diluted. Sodium acts as a type of gatekeeper for fluids entering cells, and when its concentration drops, water rushes in and causes cells to expand. Having seizures, going into coma, or even dying are all possible consequences of taking this medication.

Let your body tell you how much water it needs; there is no one-size-fits-all answer. The Harvard Medical School website suggests that healthy individuals spread out their fluid intake throughout the day, which includes items high in water content like salads. Take a few sips of water per hour if your sweating indicates that you are losing a lot of water.


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