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Why you and your baby should drink water from a water dispenser Nambour

Water is essential for your body. And so much more than a thirst quencher. Calculate how much water you should drink. Discover all the benefits of water for you and your baby. During pregnancy and afterwards.

Water from a water dispenser Nambour, the most important building block of your body

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Water is more than just a thirst quencher

It fulfils a whole bunch of other important functions in the body, such as:

  • as a building block of and between the body cells.
  • as a component of the moisture between the tissues.
  • as a lubricant in the contraction of the muscles.

Water also ensures that your body temperature remains constant. Your baby is very sensitive to temperature fluctuations and needs water to keep his body temperature constant.

As an adult, you lose about 2.5 litres of water a day

Most of the water leaves your body by peeing, another part is absorbed by your intestines and the rest you lose by sweating and by breathing. You must, of course, also add to what you lose. If you are pregnant, you also need to add a particle for your baby. So replace the water loss by drinking from a water dispenser Nambour.

The kidneys separate 50% of the water

The rest of the water in the body disappears through the stool, the skin and the lungs.

Drink plenty of water during your pregnancy

If you are pregnant, drinking water is even more important than usual. Both for you and for your future baby.

After 25 weeks, a baby has 90% water

The child in your stomach is still developing and you share everything with him. Even at birth, the kidneys and the digestive system are not yet fully mature. During your pregnancy, you must therefore pay close attention to what you eat and drink.

Water renews the amniotic fluid of your baby

At the end of your pregnancy, you have about one litre of amniotic fluid in your stomach. Great tasting water from a water dispenser Nambour. This is completely renewed every three hours by the water that is supplied by your organism. Water as a solution for pregnancy ailments. Drinking water prevents or relieves a lot of pregnancy discomforts:


During your pregnancy, your placenta makes large amounts of progesterone. Flue and drinking water. Anti-Colds and drinking water. That hormone slows the intestinal transit. So eat a lot of fibre (fruit and vegetables) and drink a lot of water. That promotes the functioning of your intestines. Did you know that constipation is also the main cause of hemorrhoids during pregnancy? Being pregnant means more risk of inflammation of the urinary tract. Your uterus exerts pressure on the ureters and the urine transport decreases. This gives bacteria more chance. Drinking a lot of healthy water from a water dispenser Nambour - and thus peeing - ensures that bacteria are quickly drained.

Pregnancy edema

Your body will retain more fluid if you are pregnant. Drink as much as possible and opt for low-salt water. This way the moisture disappears faster.

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Drink while running, use water from your water dispenser Nambour

With many beautiful marathons on the horizon, Peter from Prestige Water could not resist writing an instructive piece about drinking while running. Many people think about it. Everyone knows that you have to drink enough. This already applies if you do not exercise, but certainly, if you put down a sporting performance. You want to prevent dehydration (dehydration) at all times. Is water healthy?

The question that then remains is "what is sufficient?"

During the time that I did my training as a trainer, certain amounts of fluid were recommended per time unit of intensive exercise. The rule was "if you feel thirsty you are too late" therefore ensure that you always drink enough. At that time we looked back with horror at the early sixties in which it was forbidden to drink during the marathon.
The strange thing is that in those years no one ever died from dehydration, while the performances were very good. So good in fact that these performances, despite all our knowledge about nutrition, are only improved by a handful of athletes.

Waiting for the thirst

Lemon water is healthy and delicious. However, recent research shows that you should not drink excessively. Cold or hot drinks in warm weather? The advice of drinking enough is often translated into drinking as much as possible, with all its consequences. The best time to drink is when you feel thirsty. So you don't have to be ahead of the feeling of thirst. Statistical research shows that no one has ever died of dehydration during or after a running race. It has often happened that people die because they had drunk too much. It is therefore important to drink during training or competition, but the degree of thirst is the guiding principle. During a round of 10 kilometres you really do not have to take a huge amount of water with you and a glass of water afterwards is usually sufficient (and if you are thirsty you drink more water from your water dispenser Nambour).

You can plan an endurance run so that you have different water points along the way. Think of public places such as recreation parks and campsites where there is always a water supply. For the longer endurance runs, especially in warm weather, it is handy to have enough drinks with you. Then there is always the question, in which I take it. Fruit water.

Some examples of taking water with you during running:

A hand bottle

You can indeed carry water from the water dispenser Nambour in a hand bottle. The disadvantage of such a bottle is, in addition to the limited content, the fact that you always have to carry it. This is not only difficult but often has an undesirable effect on your walking posture.

A hip belt

Hip belts with one or more bottles are available. Belts in which a larger bottle is carried in an insulated carrier have the advantage that the beverage remains at the correct temperature. Loose small bottles take on the ambient temperature faster. The elastic or non-elastic belts increase the wearing comfort. In contrast to elastic holders, plastic brackets make it easier to get the bottles in or out during exercise.

The Flip belt

The flip belt is a handy elastic belt that you wear around your waist, you simply take all kinds of things with it, such as; a telephone, and keys. However, there are also special bottles from the Flip belt brand that can be used well in this carrying system. Healthy drink water from your water dispenser Nambour. The bottles are slightly bent so that you do not feel them when they are around your waist. Putting the bottles in requires a little attention.

The water backpack

The water backpack, also known as "Camelback", is a handy system for carrying a large amount of water. You have them in different sizes, so you can for example also take spare clothes or a blanket with you during a survival run. The backpack contains a water bag of between 1 and 2.5 litres that is easy to fill and clean. Fill the water backpack with filtered water from the water dispenser Nambour. Via a hose supplied, you are able to drink directly from the bag without having to leave the bag. The advantage is that the drink usually stays at the right temperature and you don't have to mess around to get the tube back in place. Simply put the hose in your mouth and you're done.

There are also backpacks with flexible bottles in the breast pocket. These bottles stay in the breast pocket while you drink, by squeezing them you easily get the right amount. the advantage of these bottles is that they are easier to refill on extremely long trails compared to a water bag. Many backpacks also have an emergency whistle. Abroad during trails often in addition to the insulation blanket is a mandatory accessory.

Drink water from your benchtop or floor standing water dispenser Nambour regularly

At the latest when you feel thirsty, you should act and have a drink, preferably tap water. Instead of drinking 1.5 litres of water in the shortest possible time, the amount should be distributed over the day. An even fluid intake prevents headaches, dizziness and circulatory problems. This is particularly important on hot days, during physically active activities or sports. You can find tips on ideal drinks on hot days here.

Recommended thirst quenchers

Recommended thirst quenchers should be calorie-free. This means tap water, mineral water, fruit and herbal teas. Calorie-free soft drinks also contain few calories, but often sweeteners and flavourings. If these drinks are drunk regularly, the taste buds get used to the sweetness, which increases the general preference for sweet things.

How much coffee and tea can you tolerate?

Coffee and black tea are luxury foods but can be added to the fluid balance if they are prepared without sugar. However, they contain stimulants such as caffeine and theophylline. You can still enjoy around three to four cups a day without any problems.

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