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Stomach Bugs and Food Poisoning
Traveling to new locales may mean eating new or exotic foods that may not be prepared the way your stomach (or your little one’s) is used to. And trips on a cruise can mean close quarters, making it easier for stomach bugs to spread. Any type of stomach upset can lead to dehydration, since diarrhea and vomiting cause the body to lose fluids and electrolytes.
Running around on the beach, long hikes, or an afternoon spent rock climbing out in the sun—all of these warm-weather adventures can leave you or your kids drenched with sweat. And too much perspiration can lead to dehydration.
Lack of Humidity in Planes and Trains
Fatigue, headaches, dry mouth, and dry skin are just some of the dehydration symptoms that can come from being in the lower humidity of a plane cabin or a train car for long periods of time.
Whatever challenging events lead to dehydration* during your or your family’s travels, See the Lyte and rehydrate with Pedialyte to feel better fast.
* Mild to moderate dehydration.
No one wants to have their or their family’s trip ruined by feeling lousy due to dehydration, so always be prepared with the medical-grade rehydration from Pedialyte. For over 50 years, Pedialyte has helped people hydrate with an optimal balance of sugar and electrolytes for fast rehydration. We’re the #1 recommended brand by both pharmacists and pediatricians.
Powder packs are perfect for your
or your little one’s carry-on! They can get past
security and are easy to fit in small
spaces like a purse, wallet, or pocket. To
rehydrate, just add the powder to water
(make sure to use bottled water if you’re
Going on a car trip with friends or family
and have some extra room? You can’t go
wrong with our Pedialyte Liters. They
can be stored unopened at room
temperature, or you can pack them in the
cooler to keep them chilled on the road!
Also try Pedialyte AdvancedCare®
Pack some Freezer Pops in a cooler
when you head to the beach to refresh
and rehydrate with friends or the whole
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