Scorching heat, crushing physical effort, and heavy gear mean firefighters face a heightened and frequent risk of dehydration and heat-related injuries. We at DripDrop believe dehydration should never impede firefighters’ ability to get the job done or compromise their safety.

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Why ORS Matters to Firefighters

3.5L

Active firefighters can lose up to 3.5 liters of sweat per hour.

25kgs

Firefighters carry an average load of 25kgs of gear and supplies.

800°C

Temperatures above 24°C increase the risk of heat illness and wildfires can reach up to 800°C.

2%

Even 2% dehydration impairs physical and cognitive abilities, putting firefighters in peril.

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Signs of Dehydration that Threaten the Health and Safety of Firefighters

Fatigue

A drop in blood volume causes your heart to work harder, causing fatigue.

Dizziness

When your blood pressure drops, less blood flow to your head causes dizziness.

Brain Fog

Dehydration causes brain cells to shrink, which can impair mental clarity.

Muscle Cramps

Fluid and electrolyte loss can cause muscles to spasm when dehydrated.

DripDrop ORS vs Alternatives

Rehydration Requires Sufficient Sodium Electrolytes

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