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Water is essential for life but drinking too much or too little water can be harmful to health. If untreated, dehydration can get worse and can cause serious health problems. This blog post provides an evidence-based overview of the effects of dehydration on different organs and systems within the human body. The Brain Mild dehydration...
Adequate hydration is essential to maintaining good health. Most adults are able to monitor and respond to their hydration needs. However, this becomes more difficult as we get older, meaning elderly people are more susceptible to becoming dehydrated. In this blog post, we’ll look at the symptoms of dehydration in the elderly and ways to...

How Much Water Should We Be Drinking?

Drinking enough water to stay well hydrated is a key aspect of maintaining good health. However, there is a lot of conflicting information about how much water we actually need. In this blog post, we will explore what the recommended daily water intake is, how to ensure you’re consuming the right amount of fluids and...
What is Coronavirus? Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an illness that can affect your lungs and airways. In the UK, our Chief Medical Officers have raised the risk to the public from low to moderate. As you are aware the number of people infected with the virus is changing on a daily basis. For up-to-date information about...
As with all aspects of health and wellbeing, the key to anti-ageing is a long-term approach. The important link between drinking water and anti-ageing is that it supports a healthy lifestyle, which is absolutely essential in ageing well. Ageing is about more than just lines on your face, it is about mobility, energy, wellness and...

Supporting Children With Hydration Needs

Hydrating with water is crucial for our health and it’s important that both adults and children consume enough fluids to meet their daily hydration needs. Due to their physiology, children are at greater risk of dehydration than adults. However, children don’t always recognise thirst and if they aren’t reminded, they may forget to hydrate. In...
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