Getting dehydrated during a long drive can lead to various consequences such as loss of concentration, vomiting, and diarrhea. In fact, a worldwide research by Shell showed that dehydration can also affect your emotional state while driving.
To help you stay hydrated, Shell listed the things you can drink on-the-go that you can simply pickup from their store Deli2Go.
Fresh fruit juices
Drinking fresh fruit juices provide your body with vitamins, nutrients, energy, and even detoxify in the most refreshing and delicious way. Apparently, Deli2Go has a variety of cold-pressed fresh fruit juices that’s readily available for customers to buy.
Whether you drink it black or with creamer – nothing beats a good cup of Joe (at least for us). Not only does it wake you up, it can help you stay alert and focused during the trip.
A long drive can really drain your body’s electrolytes, especially if it’s a hot day. Rehydrating with these types of drinks such as Gatorade, Powerade, and Propel will help you regain lost electrolytes and energize your body for the long drive ahead.
Proper intake of water, which is eight cups or so within a day, will keep you hydrated enough to fight fatigue and/or dizziness. So make sure to stock up on water, especially if you have a long trip ahead.
The Shell Driving Experiment is part of our efforts to understand the changing needs of our customers. This helps us create better innovations, such as the Shell V-Power with DYNAFLEX Technology and the expansion of our non-fuel offers at Shell Select. At the end of the day, our goal is making life’s journeys better for every Filipino on the road.
Ensuring that you feel hydrated will help you stay focused before, during, and even after a trip. Remember to stop by a safe place such as a gasoline station whenever you feel any of the symptoms of dehydration or fatigue.
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