How do I get more energy? We consist of approximately 70% of water. Your brain and blood are the crown here, they consist for 83% and 91% of water respectively. There is even water in your teeth! We would do well to drink at least 1.5 to 2 liters per day, according to the Nutrition Center. Because: if we are just a bit active - even if it is a minimal effort to breathe - then we lose fluid. Still, drinking water at work - drinking at all - something that is regularly lost, especially when we are busy. Do you feel stupid regularly at work, do you suffer from muscle cramps, is your blood pressure irregular or do you get off to a difficult start in the morning? Alkaline water, is the nature of water. Does your concentration ability falter and do you notice that you are working more sloppily? Then it is time for a little awareness about the wonderful world of ... water.
When it comes to optimal performance at work, we quickly think of good cooperation agreements, clear planning and communication, Lean methodologies and the optimal use of systems and resources. But did you know that:
A full water jug is therefore indispensable on the desk. In my opinion, companies would do well to make drinking water, or at least moisture, as attractive and simple as possible. A small plastic cup must fill in the toilet, nobody will be happy about that. There are many visually attractive water bottles (think of the Dopper bottle) for sale and also when it comes to water jugs, water tanks and cups or glasses, there is plenty of choice. Fresh additions (lemon? Lime? If necessary syrup?) Can give that little bit of shine to a cup of water. Mind you: do not let the water run, but let employees walk for themselves to fill the stock: mini breaks are good for concentration and inspiration. And last but not least: ensure good sanitation.
In short, water is the lubricant that makes our working day oiled, so it is certainly not a luxury to invest in this. Do you want to get more out of your working day? Then start drinking plenty of water. Cheers!
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