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What is Mineral Water?

Mineral Water is water from a mineral spring. It contains differed kinds of minerals. Above you see a picture of our mineral water filtration bottle. This bottle fits all our water coolers. It converts tap water into mineral water. Just remove the lid from the bottle and poor your own tap water into the bottle. All the tap water fill be filtered by the 7-stage filter cartridge so chemicals such as chlorine, heavy metals, organic sediments are removed. Some very important minerals are added to the water!

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The function of water in our body. (Drink Mineral Water)

Water is life. Water is our most important nutrient. It helps keep our body healthy and on weight. The water coolers from Prestige water will make mineral water from your own tap. Our body also contains a lot of water. Our brain cells 82%, our blood 92%, muscles 75% and our bones 22%. We lose around 2.5 liters of water every 24 hours. Urine 1.4 liters, stools 0.1 liters, through skin and lungs 0.9 liters of water per day. Together 2.4 liters that must be supplemented by food and drink.

For adults it is recommended to drink at least 1.5 liters of mineral water in addition to a normal diet and other drinks. What drinking water really does for your skin. Water is therefore the most essential element that we need to survive. The importance of water is sometimes very recognized. However, it has been scientifically proven that water is a nutrient and plays an important role in all natural functions in the body. Mineral water is healthy.
However, our body does not have the ability to store water. That is why it is necessary to always top up the water in your body. Your body loses moisture through exhalation, perspiration and urination.

If the body does not get enough water, the body gets into a stress situation. Emergency provisions are made to distribute the available water as well as possible. This takes a lot of energy and causes many disruptions in the body. If the situation persists, it will eventually cause all sorts of complaints and deterioration.

Unfortunately, few people drink enough water because they don't know how important this is. Drinking plenty of mineral water can prevent many physical complaints. A major misconception is the idea that any liquid can meet the water requirement. Is water melon healthy? Only water is suitable to make up for the shortage! Coffee, tea (black), cola, ice tea and alcoholic drinks have a reverse effect. After filtering water from your own tap you will drink mineral water. They extract moisture from the body and dry it out. Milk should be seen as a food and not as a supply of moisture. Herbal tea is seen as extra fluid intake. You must then be assured that it is real herbal tea and not flavored or flavored tea. These are based on black tea. Also mineral water for your tea.

Thirst

When the body is thirsty, it manifests itself in all kinds of forms. A dry mouth, thirsty, is often the very last sign of dehydration when the body is about to give up its vital functions. However, there are many more signals that the body emits as an expression of thirst:

- Being overweight
- Fatigue
- Hunger feeling
- Heavy head
- Insomnia
- Poor concentration and irritability
- Allergies
- High blood pressure
- Constipation
- Bone descaling
- Arthritis
- Backache
- Old-age diabetes
- Autoimmune diseases
- Nausea during pregnancy

These are all urges that can be a result of dehydration from drinking too little.

Being overweight

If we do not drink enough mineral water, the energy supply of the cell becomes less and less. The body then gets more energy from food. The body is forced to store fat to extract energy from it. Mineral water helps with losing some weight.
Water also plays a role in digesting our food, the metabolism. Our stomach and intestines need moisture to decompose food. Consider for example a slice of bread, only when it becomes sufficiently moist does it fall apart. Drinking water half an hour before meals promotes digestion. It is also important to drink again an hour after eating to replenish the lost water.

Fatigue

If you feel tired for no apparent reason, this may be a thirst signal. Water is an energy supplier. It also removes waste which gives you a tired feeling. Drink a few glasses of mineral water and test whether your fatigue ebbs away.

Hunger feeling

Thirst and feeling of hunger are registered in the brain in a similar way. They can both arise due to lack of energy. That is why these feelings are often confused. Are you hungry? Then drink two glasses of mineral water and see if your appetite disappears. This is usually the case. This way you prevent being overweight.

Heavy head

The brain needs water for a good blood circulation. In the absence of water, the blood flow will decrease. This gives a dull, heavy feeling in the head and can cause headache or migraine. There is constant activity in the brain, which is why a lot of waste is produced there. Thanks to good blood circulation, these can be drained well. Drinking a lot of mineral water from a Prestige Water filter has more effect than a paracetamol with starting headaches. But even when a painkiller is inevitable, drinking water is important.

Insomnia

We do not drink water at night. As a result, the dehydration in the night will increase. After all, we lose moisture through exhalation at night. People who have too little water in their tissues will get worse sleep.

Poor concentration and irritability

How do I get more energy? The less water is present in the brain, the less we have left for concentration, dedication, patience and remembering. So drink mineral water. Alkaline water, is the nature of water.

Mineral water from the Prestige Water Coolers

Water, a super drink. The body only works properly if the right amount of water and salts is present. The kidneys maintain the amount of water and salts in the blood.

Two-thirds of the body consists of water. Water and salts are needed to keep blood pressure at the right level and to ensure that many body processes run smoothly. This requires a good balance between the amount of water and the amount of salts.

But during the day the amount of water and salts in the body changes: through eating, drinking and sweating. The circumstances also influence this. For example, you sweat more on a hot day, or with strenuous exercise. Illness and dieting also affect the amount of water and salts. So the kidneys are constantly trying to keep that amount about the same.

Read also: Drinking water helps with losing some weight

Urine changes

A complicated control system determines whether water and salts have to be removed from the body. Or should be preserved. In addition to the kidneys, this control system also involves other organs. For example, the hormone ADH (anti-diuretic hormone) from the brain ensures that the kidneys excrete less water.

Partly due to the work of the kidneys, the amount of water and salts in the blood remains approximately the same. The result is that the amount and composition of the urine change. Urine consists of water in which various substances are dissolved, such as salts. On average, the kidneys make 1.5 liters of urine per 24 hours. But if necessary, it can decrease to half a liter. Or increase, to 3 liters or more mineral water.

Too much salt in the body

If you eat something that contains salt, the amount of salt per liter (the concentration) in your body increases. The body's control system senses this and generates a signal: you are thirsty. Drinking increases the amount of fluid in the body. And the amount of salt per liter drops back to the correct amount. The thirst disappears.

By drinking, extra water has entered your body. This is also noticed by the control system. A signal is sent to the kidneys to restore it. The kidneys remove excess water as quickly as possible through the urine. After that, the amount of water is also at the correct level.

Too much water in the body

If you drink a lot, the amount of water in the body increases. This reduces the amount of salt per liter (the concentration). After a signal from the control system, the kidneys immediately produce much more watery urine. That is urine with little salt in it. The amount of water in the body drops again, and the composition of the water in the body returns to what it was.
Too little water in the body

If you lose a lot of water, for example by sweating a lot, the amount of salt per liter in the body (the concentration) increases. The control system notices this and sends a signal: you are thirsty. If you don't drink anything, a signal will go to the kidneys to excrete less water. The kidneys prevent more water from being lost and the amount of salt per liter continues to rise. The urine darkens in color because it is more concentrated.

Kidney damage causes moisture to build-up.

In severe kidney damage, the kidneys cannot maintain the correct amount of moisture and salts. The kidneys will no longer be able to excrete sufficient moisture and salts. This can cause high blood pressure, fatigue, accumulation of fluid in the body (edema) and shortness of breath.

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