Uses of Aqualyte

The humidity in planes is very low (~20% relative humidity) whereas exhaled air is 100%. given that we breath 15 times per minute, we become dehydrated on a long-haul flight just from breathing. Drinking a non-alcoholic re-hydration fluid will help maintain hydration and substantially decrease the effects of jet-lag.

Loss of fluid and electrolytes from vomiting and diarrhoea commonly occurs particularly when visiting SE Asia. this is treated with re-hydration fluids. Be prepared and take Aqualyte with you.

Alcohol is a diuretic, meaning that you lose more fluid in urine than you drink. using Aqualyte will replace fluid and electrolytes and therefore reduce the likelihood of headaches and other symptoms of excess alcohol intake.