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Why You Should Be Drinking Tonnes of Water During This Pandemic

March 23, 202013 Minutes

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Why You Should Be Drinking Tonnes of Water During This Pandemic

March 23, 202013 Minutes

Here’s Why You Should Be Drinking Tonnes of Clean, Purified Water During This Pandemic

No, drinking tonnes of clean water would not prevent you from contracting the virus. But, we all know that drinking water is a great defence against these pesky bacteria and viruses. It’s no magic bullet, but the benefits of water are many especially during the coronavirus outbreak.

Let's face it - we are snacking constantly while working from home!

For many of us who are working from home or serving that Stay Home Notice, we are all probably guilty of snacking and worst of all, not exercising – at all. So here we are, sitting in our homes surrounded by our high sugar, sinful snacks. Sugar looms large in the lockdown. To help manage the effects of that sugar and sedentary lifestyle, there’s an important habit we should adopt if we’re not already doing it: drink plenty of water. Old advice, but many of us are probably not drinking the recommended 8-ounce glasses every day, especially in this time of inactivity.

In addition to this, drinking plenty of water offers a general cleanse of your body and all its working parts – water boost our body’s immunity.  The more we drink, more moisture will be located in our eyes and mouth. This will prevent infection from gaining access to our bodies and launching an attack on our immune system – as well as offering all kinds of aesthetic benefits and preventing the discomfort of dry eyes or skin. Look at this way – we wash our hands with regularity in order to stay clean, so why would we not do the same for our precious interior organs?

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More water = stronger immunity

Succumbing to a sneeze isn’t a sign of weakness, but it can be avoided if we take the necessary steps to boost our immune system – the stronger our immunity, the less likely we are to cave into the dreaded bug that’s struck down our friends and colleagues. The good news is that living in Singapore, we are all fortunate to have access to clean water. March 22 is World Water Day, designated by the United Nations to measure progress toward the goal of providing everyone worldwide with clean water for drinking and hygiene. With access to clean water, it is even more critical to ensure our water is well-filtered, purified from unnecessary flecks of dust and bacteria from our tap water – here’s where RUHENS water purifier (try the highly-rated WHP-3000 Water Purifier!) could provide that purified water supply for you and your family.

In addition to this, drinking plenty of water offers a general cleanse of your body and all its working parts – water boost our body’s immunity.  The more we drink, more moisture will be located in our eyes and mouth. This will prevent infection from gaining access to our bodies and launching an attack on our immune system – as well as offering all kinds of aesthetic benefits and preventing the discomfort of dry eyes or skin. Look at this way – we wash our hands with regularity in order to stay clean, so why would we not do the same for our precious interior organs?

Make it official: 8 ounce of water every day

Yes, make drinking water a habit might not be as easy to maintain as what others say. Here’s 5 tips to help you drink more from WebMD:

If you think you need to be drinking more, here are some tips to increase your fluid intake and reap the benefits of water:

  1. Have a beverage with every snack and meal.
  2. Choose beverages you enjoy; you’re likely to drink more liquids if you like the way they taste.
  3. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Their high water content will add to your hydration. About 20% of our fluid intake comes from foods.
  4. Keep a bottle of water with you in your car, at your desk, or in your bag.
  5. Choose beverages that meet your individual needs. If you’re watching calories, go for non-caloric beverages or water.

As a cautious reminder, as the world confronts the coronavirus pandemic, experts say that a key way to minimize the odds of getting sick is by washing your hands thoroughly and frequently. And while doing that, be sure to drink your daily dose of 8-ounce water and keep those pesky virus away from you and your family!

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