At AquAid, we understand that you may think that we belabour the point about water consumption.

We do have valid reasons for doing so though – for two decades we’ve been at the forefront of providing the best drinking water delivery service to our customers.  Foremost is installing the right water cooler for our customer requirements.  Also taking precedence is trying to ensure as best we can, that the customer understands the vital importance of making use of their water cooler.

The reasons are manifold – with our body’s high water content – maintaining our water consumption can literally make the difference between having the ability to perform at our peak, every day or; rapidly become lethargic: experiencing aches and pains and muscular discomfort.

The fact is that every organ in our body requires water to function well – and none more so than our muscles.

If you’ve ever wondered why you experience muscular cramps, aches and pains, the most likely cause could be dehydration.

When you’re water deficient, the heart is unable to pump oxygenated blood into the muscles as efficiently. When the muscle cells are not receiving enough oxygenated blood, they start dying, causing performance issues.

Dehydration also disrupts the electrolytes level of the muscles, causing painful cramps. This happens when the muscles are overworked and under-lubricated. Water deficiency could also increase your risk of muscle and skeletal damage.

Water helps energise muscles. Cells that don’t maintain their balance of fluids and electrolytes shrivel, which can result in muscle fatigue. When muscle cells don’t have adequate fluids, they don’t work as well and performance can suffer.  Drinking water regularly helps lubricate the muscles along with the joints, bones, and ligaments. It boosts performance and extends endurance.

If you require a solution to ensure that everyone at your work place, fitness centre or work site has easy access to refreshing drinking water every day, speak to us at AquAid. We’ll get you watered up in no time at all.