We all know that most of our body is water, and most of us also know that the human body cannot store water and loses it throughout the day via coughing, sneezing, breathing, urinating and sweating. This is why we need to drink water regularly to replace the water we lose.
Too many of us drink plenty of other liquids but minimal water because we do not like the smell or taste of water. While we can make up some of the lost fluids by drinking other liquids and eating water-rich fruit and vegetables, most of our daily fluid requirement must be pure water.
Investing in either an office water Cooler or a home water cooler will make a huge difference. Water coolers come in various sizes; wall-mounted, freestanding, counter-top or under-counter models and bottled or mains-fed.
Water coolers offer various health benefits, including:
- Making fresh, great-tasting drinking water more accessible;
- Providing you with filtered water which contains no toxins. Although governments tell us that our tap-water is fine to drink, various studies have proven that the use of chlorine and fluoride to treat drinking water is not healthy and can actually cause cancer;
- Keeping your drinking water perfectly chilled, which makes it a better option therefore people drink more water and stay healthier;
- Drinking water ensures that your brain gets sufficient electrolytes and oxygen to enable it to function optimally. When the brain becomes dehydrated, it loses much of its ability to perform even simple mathematical functions;
- Water coolers promote a friendlier atmosphere in the office because staying hydrated keeps one’s mood stable, and water cooler chats foster good team relations;
- Ensuring that individuals have enough water to drink promotes general good health, including good heart health because it keeps fresh oxygenated blood flowing freely to all corners of the body.
Modern water coolers are hygienic, sturdy, stylish, and economic. Just be sure that you purchase your water cooler from a company such as Living-Water, a member of the British Water Cooler Association (BWCA).
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