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Drinking tips for the office

Do you feel tired, lethargic and lacking in motivation? Depending on your weight and the extent of your physical exertion at work, the body needs an average of 2 - 3 litres of water a day. Some of this is already contained in the food we eat, but we cannot go without drinking, because without sufficient water supply the blood circulation becomes sluggish and nutrients are no longer carried around the body efficiently. The first signs of this are generally headaches and poor concentration, and your performance curve then deteriorates.

 

Here are a few tips to help you drink adequately and regularly during the day:

 

  • When you get up in the morning 

    Ideally, you should drink your first glass of water shortly after getting up in the morning to restore the fluid your body has lost during the night.

 

  • Keep drinking, even before you feel thirsty  

    Listen to your body and it will tell you when it needs more fluid, but it’s best to act first. Don’t let it get to the stage where it affects your efficiency at work. Drink water regularly and, most important, before you really need it.

 

  • Remember to drink when you are on the move

    The brain requires around 250ml of water an hour, so make sure you always have enough water with you when you are out and about. Take small, but more frequent, sips.

 

  • Non-carbonated

    At best you drink non-carbonated water. Carbonic acid unnecessarily burdens the organism and affects the performance, because the body must eliminate the metabolically produced carbon dioxide over the lungs.

 

  • The BWT Magnesium Mineralizer water filter on your desk 

    Place your filled BWT table water filter on your desk every morning. It reminds you to drink, and if it is in easy reach you will drink, regularly