2 out of 3 people are partially dehydrated!

2 out of 3 people are partially dehydrated!

The human body consists mostly of water.

The body of a newborn baby consists of 85% of water and as we grow older this percentage falls to 65%. Some organs such as the brain contain 85% of water.


Most people believe that because we drink refreshments and beverages during the day, they are enough to keep us adequately hydrated.


In fact, however, most of them have opposite effects because they cause diuresis and sweating due to their caffeine and sugar content.


Also, intense physical activity during the summer months is known to cause dehydration.


According to Dr. Tsoukalas 2 out of 3 people are partially dehydrated.


Thermometer on summer day showing high temperature near 45 degrees

Some of the side effects of dehydration are chronic fatigue, constipation, obesity, high cholesterol, hypotension, hypertension, premature aging, and urinary tract infections.

Adequate intake of clean, high quality bottled water like Nera Kritis is an excellent choice to keep your body hydrated especially during the summer when temperatures go up.

Choose your favourite type of bottle from our selection so you can take it with you everywhere.

Drink water often and stay hydrated!


How to relax and entertain a kid in 5 seconds!

You can both enjoy great quality time!

Put some lukewarm water in a plastic container,or in a plastic pool, or even in a tub about a third (⅓) full from top.

Put some floating plastic toys in.

You could use our specially designed bottles, Neraki from Nera Kritis, for kids. Just fill the bottles about halfway from top and close the lid. The bottles will float and you can put on an act using the bottles as puppets.


Place the container on the floor…


And bring the child!


Ideal for some good summer fun!


Show your child how to play with the puppet-bottles and encourage it to put on an act for you.


You will be having lots of fun and laughs!


Please keep in mind that you will probably both get soaked and the floor will be slippery, so having some towels near you will be helpful.


Do not leave the kid unattended.