Summer can be a challenging time when you get migraines.
Whether heat, humidity, bright sunlight, and volatile weather systems are among your migraine triggers or not, summer weather makes you more susceptible to migraines.
You want to get out and enjoy the nice weather with your family and friends, but you’re not sure it’s worth the risk. Even an air-conditioned room won’t keep you safe.
No matter where you hide, the summer is bound to make you dehydrated.
So there you are, chugging water like it’s going out of style, and the migraines keep coming. You head to the supermarket and stock up on Gatorade™, even though you know the sugar isn’t good for you. Well, if a green tongue and hourly visits to the bathroom are the price you have to pay to avoid migraines, so be it.
Today I’m going to tell you about a better way. You can get the electrolytes you need with LyteShow electrolyte supplement.
What is LyteShow?
LyteShow is a concentrated electrolyte solution that contains magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and zinc, along with citric acid to enhance absorption. It has no sweeteners, artificial flavors or colors, or preservatives. It is calorie-free, allergen-free, non-GMO, vegan, and naturally sourced.
Adding a few drops of LyteShow to any beverage instantly turns it into a balanced electrolyte supplement. Added to water, it has a mildly sour/salty flavor that is a refreshing alternative to sugary sports drinks.
LyteShow has a high proportion of magnesium, an important electrolyte for combatting migraines. It also has lower levels of sodium than regular sports drinks.
LyteShow was scientifically tested in a research study with wildfire firefighters. Comparing plain water against water fortified with LyteShow, firefighters using LyteShow consumed less total liquid to maintain the same hydration level. You can check the results for yourself here.
My Take on LyteShow
I’ve been using LyteShow on a daily basis for the last four months, following a case of severe dehydration that I’ll tell you more about tomorrow. Since then I’ve been conscientious about drinking at least 80 ounces of water daily, adding 10 drops of LyteShow to each glass, or 15 drops to a 16 ounce bottle of water.
I enjoy the flavor of LyteShow in water, to me it doesn’t taste salty at all; it gives the water a slightly tangy flavor that I’ve come to crave in this hot weather.
One of the nice things about LyteShow is that the regular, 4 ounce bottle comes with its own travel bottle right in the package. So handy: I keep it in my purse so I never get stuck without electrolytes when I go out. Also, the cap of the travel bottle is a measuring cup – one full cap is the exact amount for adding to a quart of water.
My favorite thing about LyteShow is being able to get my electrolytes without the artificial flavors, colors, or high-fructose corn syrup in normal sports drinks. For me, that’s a huge selling point.
The only drawback I’ve found is that it seems kind of expensive at $16 for a 4 ounce bottle. Realistically though, it’s only 25 cents a serving, so I guess that’s not too pricey.
Overall, LyteShow is the best solution (pun intended) I’ve found for staying hydrated in the hot weather. If you’re interested in getting balanced electrolytes without sugar and artificial ingredients, it’s a great alternative to sports drinks.
You can drastically reduce your migraines in a few weeks using my 5 step method. It won’t happen overnight, but it can happen.