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The Health Benefits of Drinking Water

Study after study has shown how essential keeping hydrated is to both the mind and body; in order to stay in optimum health, the European Food Safety Authority says that men should drink up to 2.5 litres of water every day while women should drink 2 litres.

Detailed below are some of the many benefits that can be gained from drinking water to keep the body hydrated throughout the day.

Benefit number one: Weight loss and weight control

Keeping hydrated can aid in weight loss and weight control, which is becoming increasingly important these days. Water will help an individual to stay full and doesn’t contain the high sugar levels or additives that are common in many soft drinks on the market.

Benefit Number Two: Improved Cognitive Function

One major benefit of keeping hydrated is the affects it can have on cognitive function. When people become dehydrated, they will find it difficult to concentrate and even carrying out simply tasks can feel like a struggle; this will begin to affect productivity.

Drinking water also helps the memory and improves a person’s ability to retain information.

Benefit Number Three: Removal of Toxins

Water is renowned for removing damaging toxins from the body; the result of this can be better kidney and liver function, and improved skin condition. Water is also essential for a smooth digestive system.

Benefit Number Four: Better Skin

When people work in large offices, they can often find the central heating has a negative effect on their skin. This will sometimes lead to skin that feels dry to the touch and appears red and flaky. Keeping hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day will also keep the lips moisturised from the inside out.

Moreover, drinking water will help to keep the skin cells hydrated, and while it won’t prevent wrinkles forming, it might lessen them.

Benefit Number Four:

Another positive to be gained from regularly drinking water throughout the day is the benefits it has on heart health. Without enough fluid, the heart will be put under an enormous amount of strain and it will have to work much harder.

Benefit Number Five:

Keeping hydrated has been shown to help keep the mood boosted. This is especially beneficial for students who might suffer from anxiety when their mood is low, and for workers employed in high-stress jobs, that might affect their ability to cope with their workload.


From improved productivity to healthier staff, there aren’t many large institutions that couldn’t benefit from having a water refreshment system to ensure that staff or students can give their best performance throughout the day.

Our drinking water dispensers are available through selected partners