Staying Hydrated When Remote Working

Staying Hydrated Boosts Your Brain Power and Performance when Remote Working

Drink More Water for Healthy Skin

Drink more water and you’ll get healthy and glowing skin. Staying hydrated directly influences the health of your entire body.  Aim to get 6-8 glasses of water a day and you will start to notice a difference.

Improve Brain Health

Brain power and your ability focus are greatly influenced by your levels of  hydration. Staying hydrated when remote working is vital. If you stay hydrated throughout the day you will improve your mood and ability to perform. By reminding yourself to drink more water throughout the day, you are far more likely to do it. Perhaps set a reminder every couple of hours to get up and refill your water bottle. This is also a great way to get an active break.

Drink More Water to Get More Energy

Increase energy levels and keep fatigue away. Remembering to stay hydrated during the day is so important and often so easily forgotten. If you set a reminder to drink more, you’ll be more likely to remember to do it.

Lose Weight

By drinking more water you’ll actually feel more full up. Often when we think we’re hungry, we’re actually thirsty. You want to stay hydrated to offset that feeling. By setting reminders to drink water, you’ll  also actually begin to lose weight. Weight loss can become so much easier when we stay hydrated. That combined with diet can make a big difference.

Boost Productivity

You’ll be full of energy, focus and improved performance. Staying hydrated has numerous rewards both in work and life and one big one is a huge boost in productivity.

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