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

Why DripDrop matters to firefighters


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Signs of dehydration compromising the health & safety of firefighters


A drop in blood volume causes you heart to work harder, zapping energy.


As blood pressure drops, less blood flow to your head causes wooziness.

Brain fog

Without fluid, brain cells shrink, impairing mental clarity.

Muscle cramps

Fluid and electrolyte loss causes muscles to seize up and spasm.

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If you're a firefighter or station manager interested in DripDrop for your crews, we're here to help.

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