According to the Met office, we could be in for the hottest, longest summer in years… But are you ready for it at your place of work? When the heat is on, hydration is more important than ever and the best advice from the medics is ‘drink a lot of water’.
Did you know, that when you feel thirsty, that’s your body telling you that you’ve already lost 1% of your water intake? Our brains need water to remain active and focused, and this means that dehydration in the workplace can have a detrimental effect on performance.
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Today is National Hydration Day, and it couldn’t have arrived at a better time. This last week or so has been simply glorious, and we’ve been basking in temperatures that you’d usually expect away from British shores. As you work to top up that tan, though, remember that the hotter weather can spell danger as well as bliss, and drinking enough water is vital.
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For years now, the 1st June has always been the day to say something nice! It’s an opportunity to disregard any bitterness or hate and try and see the positive in everyone. In the workplace, this is something that is especially important.
Whilst your working environment may not be catalyst for the greatest of moods, having a positive outlook on your colleagues, and showing it, can be pinnacle for achieving results. We at Coinadrink have been promoting a higher level of morale with our extensive range of refreshments for 55 years, and many a working day is centralised round a hot drinks machine or water cooler.
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Water: something so simple, yet so powerful. Revitalising our mind and body in ways little else can, water is the key to unlocking a higher productivity level in the workplace, and this is something that any employer simply cannot afford to pass up. We’ll tell you now: you need a water cooler in your workplace.
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