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Maintaining Health with More Drinking Water

2 May, 2013 (21:28) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions | By: admin

As we celebrate Physical Wellness Month, we are looking to expose the truth about how important water is for our health. Physical wellness starts with the inside and carries to the outside of our bodies. And because our bodies are made up of mostly water, we need to stay hydrated to keep it performing at its best. Dehydration is a serious health condition which can occur in children or adults, males or females, healthy or unhealthy people. To keep you and your family’s physical wellness in check, consider a drinking water system which will turn tap water into the drinking water you need and deserve.

Physical Wellness Month is all about reminding people to take the time to get outdoors, do some physical activity, eat right, and stay hydrated. Even those of us here in California are beginning to enjoy the hotter weather, shedding those winter clothes and hopefully those extra pounds. But as we increase the amount of physical activity we perform, we urge you to drink plenty of safe drinking water to stay hydrated and healthy. Except for oxygen, there’s nothing your body needs more than an adequate supply of water. And the more exercise you perform, the more important it is to drink the right amount of water before, during, and after your workouts. This direct relationship between exercise, water consumption, and proper physical wellness is a great habit to instill in young children as well.

Dehydration can make it hard to get the most out of your workout, and in extreme situations, can even be dangerous to your health. Waiting until you are thirsty to drink water during exercise or vigorous activity is said to be too late by some and others will still urge you to hydrate nonetheless. Dehydration occurs when your body loses too much fluid. This can happen when you stop drinking water or lose large amounts of fluid through diarrhea, vomiting, sweating, or exercise.  It takes an average of 64 to 80 ounces to replace the water our bodies lose in 24 hours. Under normal circumstances, how much water we need depends a great deal on the volume of our perspiration and urine output.

Bottled water is tempting to grab and take for physical activity. But the bottled water problems in this country are growing out of country and in order to make a more eco-friendly choice, consider one of our efficient and effective drinking water systems. You can install it right at the tap and the water filter will reduce potential toxins, chemicals, or other drinking water contamination so you can fill up and head out the door. It is also much more cost-effective to fill your own water bottle rather than continually purchase cases of bottled water at the store. Water is so necessary for our survival and even more necessary for our bodies to strive. Proper physical health starts with hydration and will improve each glass of water you drink. While soft drinks and sugary juices are popular beverages, water is by far our best choice for a healthy lifestyle. Contact us today to see which drinking water system is best for you and your physical wellness.

 

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