Water and Well-being
What workers say about their drinking habits:
- 86% of respondents believe that they should be drinking 5 or more glasses of water a day, yet only 13% are.
- 46% of respondents are drinking only 1 or 2 glasses of water a day at work.
- 64% of companies reported that men don't drink as much water at work as women; instead they drink coffee, tea and soft drinks.
Why Water is so Important?
The average adult body consist of 60% water, and this water is essential for the body to function properly. There is no part of the body that doesn't depend on water: brain, heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, muscles, blood, skin - all are water dependant... Read more
Water & Mental Performance
The ability to concentrate decreases with a lack of water. According to experts, a person's ability to concentrate progressively declines when the body is subject to a water deficiency of just 1-2% – hence the importance of bottled water coolers in the workplace. Read more
Water & Physical Performance
The more active your lifestyle, the more water your body uses and the more you need to replenish. Studies show that when the body is dehydrated as little as 1-2% physical performance declines. Read more