Tips To Increase Water Intake at Work

It can be difficult to make sure you’re getting enough water, especially if you’re busy throughout the day. But we spend a lot of our waking hours at work and we need water to remain healthy and alert. Here are a few tips for making sure you’re getting what you need.

Use a Hydration App

A hydration app will tell you exactly when you need to drink water and how much water you’ve been drinking. You can also record how you’re feeling every day so you can track how that water is making you feel or if you’re experiencing the symptoms of dehydration. Once you see that you feel more energetic with water, you won’t want to go back.

Take Advantage of an Office Water Dispenser

Feeling fatigued? Take a break! If you’re back working in the office a walk to the office water dispenser will allow you to stretch while also keeping your water habits healthy. Regularly take breaks to stretch out your legs and back and get some water; eventually, it will become second nature. To avoid pain and injury, most recommend that you stretch at least once an hour—the perfect time to get a little refreshment.

Eat Hydrating Snacks

Did you know that cats in the wild get most of their water from prey? You’re not a cat, but people get a lot of their hydration from food, too. Eat snacks like fruits and vegetables if you want additional hydration. And if you know that you’re eating a lot of things that have low water content, drink more water to compensate.

Just having the water available to you often helps. Invest in a large water bottle that you can refill; it's also good for the environment. You can buy an infuser bottle which lets you put fruit in your water, or just drink it plain.

Use Water Enhancers

What if you just hate drinking water? A lot of people do — and it’s understandable. There’s a certain percentage of people who can taste the minerals in water and can be particular about that taste. While you can experiment with higher quality water, it’s also an easy fix to add some water enhancers. Fruit, powders, and flavor drops can be a great solution. Just watch out for water enhancers that include caffeine because they can also have a dehydrating effect.

Invest in a Water Bottle

Just having the water available to you often helps. Invest in a large water bottle that you can refill; it’s also good for the environment. You can buy an infuser bottle which lets you put fruit in your water, or just drink it plain. Try to make it into a goal, such as emptying the bottle twice while you work. You’ll know how well you’re doing with your water intake and be able to adjust to what’s right for you.

Time to hydrate! Drinking more water makes you healthier and more energetic, but it can be hard if you don’t have direct access. Request office water services today and start living better.

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