In this modern age, clean, potable water is quite accessible. Whether you want it straight from the tap, as bottled or natural spring water, or in mineral or alkaline form, you can easily have it delivered or bought from a convenience store.
So it’s surprising to know that there are people that suffer from dehydration.
A news story last year said that 75% of Americans suffer from this condition. In the UK, four patients die of it every day. Here in Australia, three deaths every week are caused by dehydration.
What happens when the body loses water
About 60 percent of the human body is made up of water. Even a slight change in this water level can get the body spiraling into dehydration, which happens when the body loses more water than it takes in.
This occurs particularly when one does not get enough bottled or natural spring water. The symptoms are easy to spot: Sluggishness, fatigue, and lightheadedness. Dark and yellowish urine. Tight skin. Dry mouth and throat.
We all know we need to drink at least eight glasses of water a day, but what if you want to make the spring water supplied to your local Brisbane office or your home taste more interesting?
Spring water, in itself, has a clean, refreshing taste. However, there are many ways to make it more interesting. And if it helps you to get your recommended daily dose of water, that’s even better.
Drinking your recommended daily dose of water is one thing you should never neglect. If you’re like most people who are tied to their desks all day, you’re probably not visiting the water cooler enough.
It’s easy to dismiss the need to stay hydrated, in the same way that we dismiss the necessity to exercise or eat enough fibre or pay the dentist a visit. But did you know that drinking enough water is essential to the body’s mechanism?
Here are five reasons why you need to get enough water every day. Once you’ve run through these five reasons, we can bet you’ll make doubly sure the water dispenser in your Brisbane office doesn’t run out of spring water.
A water delivery service is not just for your office or factory. It’s also for your home.
Spring water is great for drinking and cooking and you can really taste the difference. Look in your kettle and you will see no buildup, because the water is so fresh and clean.
Call Pacific Springs to find out how you can get bottled water delivery in your home.
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Can water make people happy? Make sure you start your water delivery service so that people have access to fresh spring water for drinking and pure hot water on tap for making tea and coffee and the answer is “Yes!”
And if you are concerned about drinking water delivery service, Pacific Springs can do this for you.
Nufarm Australia has been ordering spring water from Pacific Springs for 10 years. They say our service is convenient and easy to use and they like that our business is local and family-owned.
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