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One in three employees does not drin enough water in the office

One in three office workers does not drink enough water in the office. How many liter of water should you drink. This is shown by research from office supplies supplier Office Depot. Especially when the temperature rises, it is important that people drink enough water. Employees who drink too little can have headaches or feel lethargic. In addition, stress at work due to heat can reduce productivity by 30 to 50 percent. The law keeps employers responsible for safety and comfort in the workplace. This includes, among other things, sufficient drinks.

Two liters

An adult normally loses about one and a half to two and a half liters of fluid a day, but on a hot day or after strenuous exercise, this moisture loss can reach as much as ten liters. Starting from a 'normal' office environment - usually with climate control - it is advisable to drink at least two liters. Employees who drink insufficiently consciously or unconsciously ignore thirst signals such as dry mouth, headaches and lethargy. A reason for ignoring the signals may be that they do not come through clearly, but also that employees are insufficiently given the opportunity to drink. This occurs for example in offices where there is no kitchen or coffee corner in the vicinity, but only a canteen at a large distance from the workplace. Employees who drink inadequately ignore thirst signals such as dry mouth, headaches and lethargy. These are the consequences of drinking too little water.

Water at the office ... with a taste?

Where the employees quench their thirst does not matter much, but the preference is for water, because it contains a high sugar intake - soft drinks and fruit juices often contain a lot of sugar. Yet many employees indicate that water is 'not so tasty'. For them, for example, sparkling water or water with a taste is the ideal thirst quencher.

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