Get enough water with a home water cooler

Home water coolerDrinking enough water is an essential key to survival. The human body is made up of about mostly water with 85% of our brain, along with 80% of our blood and 70% of the muscles in our body being made up of water. Although this is widely known, people are still not properly hydrated, as they are not drinking enough water.

Why people are not drinking enough water will always be a great mystery, as it is usually free when you go out for a meal, and also at work .Water is also freely available for you when you are at home! This availability does not seem to affect the fact that people are still not drinking enough water, and it leaves one to wonder why is this happening?

The answer to this could be that people just don’t grasp how much water is essential! Reports from current studies into the matter do not help ease the confusion as they change their position so often that people no longer rely on their information!

The European Food Safety Authority has stated that the average male needs .5 litres of water more than the average female. Their figures are 2.5 litre and 2.0 litres respectively.
Back in the UK the BBC conducted a study that showed that a reasonably inactive adult will lose about 2 litre of water daily. Lost water needs to be replaced with liquids, not necessarily water, but it cannot be alcohol. Coffee is also an acceptable replacement, even though it was thought that the caffeine aids in dehydration. Lost water is also replenished by the food that we eat throughout the day. The food actually replaces up to a 1/3rd of the lost litres.
If an effort is not made to replace litres lost daily, the body will become dehydrated, which will affect most of our bodily functions. One may experience headaches, tiredness, dizziness, sleep deprivation and a host of other complications, including mood swings and a lowered urine production.

Having Problems Staying Hydrated?

Now would be the best time to invest in a water purification system. It helps you to stay hydrated and save money at the same time. By having a water dispenser or a water purifier, you will no longer have a need to buy bottled water, making it an eco-friendly and cost effective choice. These purifiers give you that bottled watered taste and good ones can dispense water to you hot or cold.

Another way to stay hydrated would be to get a reusable drink bottle that carries the recommended daily limit of water. This makes it simple for you to reach your daily target. You can also eat foods with high water contents, such as watermelon, which is made up of 92% water. If you are not a fan of plain water, you can try adding some squeezed citrus or other fresh fruits to add a bit of flavour.

I hope you now see that drinking water is essential! I also hope that you forgo the bottled water option as it is not environmentally friendly, one bottle of water uses 7 litres of water and 160 grams of oil and that is just for production! A water purifier or dispenser is the best option to get clean water with that bottled water taste! Purification technology has really taken off in recent years and new models can serve you filtered chilled or hot water on its own, so there is no need to lose fridge space any more. Purifiers and dispensers are the best eco-friendly and cost saving devices available to keep you hydrated!

Contact is on 08455004455 today for details on how we can help you with you Hydration needs

Sean Thompson

Sean Thompson

Sean Thompson is an integral part of Drinking Waters, and is heavily involved in the products aspect of the business.

He works alongside our customer service teams in the UK and South Africa to ensure that we are using the highest quality products, and that our after sales care & maintenance is second to none.

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