Enema directions for high school fleets.
They can also help you stay hydrated, keep your pets hydrated and reduce your risk of a heart attack.
Enema instructions are posted on the Fleet Enumas website and are updated as more are released.
Here are some tips to keep in mind: Do not drink alcohol on a hot summer day.
It can cause dehydration, electrolyte imbalance and even death.
Do not use alcohol if you have asthma, allergies, diabetes, kidney disease or kidney failure.
Use your body’s natural anti-oxidant properties to keep you hydrated.
Enemas are also great for keeping you warm in the winter months and during the summer months.
Enumahas also help keep your immune system and digestive system functioning.
Be aware of your body temperature, especially during the hot summer months when your body is more sensitive to heat.
Do your best to stay hydration and avoid being too dehydrated.
Drink plenty of fluids and keep a regular intake of electrolytes and fluids.
Avoid foods that have added sugar or salt.
If you have heart or kidney disease, you may need to limit your intake of food that has added sugars or salt, including milk, cookies and candy.
Enums also help to keep your blood pressure and pulse low.
Do remember to use an enema bottle and drink as directed.