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Pedialyte® for Travel

Spring break, a family vacay, or that business trip—travel may lead to dehydration. Unfamiliar foods can leave you or your little one stuck in the bathroom; the dry air of planes may leave everyone dry-mouthed; and too much sunshine can turn you all into cranky-pants. But there’s something everyone can do to feel better fast—rehydrate with Pedialyte®.

Know When to Hydrate

Signs of dehydration* may include:

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Your Hydration Vacation

Low humidity in planes and trains isn't the only thing travelers have to contend with—warm weather in vacation spots as well as foreign germs and foodborne bacteria can affect your hydration status. You may find yourself losing fluids and electrolytes through excessive sweating, vomiting, or diarrhea, but Pedialyte is scientifically designed to help you replenish lost fluids and electrolytes and feel better fast.

Pedialyte Also Helps Hydrate During

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Stomach Bug

Stomach bugs and food poisoning are often accompanied by dehydration

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Sweating out as little as 2% of your body weight can make working out feel harder

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Increased sweating can cause you to lose more electrolytes and leave you dehydrated

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From blood donation to occasional morning sickness and breastfeeding, staying hydrated should be top of mind

* Mild to moderate dehydration.