The title isn’t just catchy, it’s the literal truth.
More than 90% of Britons experience health issues. What’s worth noting is that many of these health issues can be resolved by simply drinking water more as it may well be that dehydration is the cause.
If you are feeling unwell and are displaying the following symptoms, you may be dehydrated:
Often, these symptoms are a direct result of not drinking enough water. The good news here is that by simply increasing how much water you drink which will rehydrate you, your organs are able to function better and not expend further energy sending you signals that they need water.
Remember though, if you are drinking enough water and are hydrating properly – check the easy reference chart at the AquAid website – and you’re still feeling unwell, there may be another cause, so you may want to chat to your health professional.
Of course, as here at AquAid Water Coolers our focus is all about the supply of refreshing bottled-at-source water through our Bottled Water Dispensers and filtered water via our Mains Water Coolers, we’re well aware of the links between hydration and health. Moreover, by offering a wide range of high quality water dispensers suited for installation in whatever size organisation you may have, we are also able to assist with the provision of safe water resources to thousands of communities who currently do not have access to clean drinking water.
Contact us to find out more.
AquAid is the UK’s leading water cooler supplier. Dedicated to providing exceptional service, we supply a wide range of high-quality water coolers, water boilers and refreshing drinking water. Our water coolers, designed to match your requirements, are suitable for installation in any size of organisation in the Business, Hospitality or Educational sectors.
For some time now, we have seen an increased demand for contactless Water Coolers, which is why we are pleased to introduce the latest in our range of Mains-Fed Water Dispensers:
The AquAid Non-Touch Water Cooler
Each of these well-designed, innovative machines offer a host of operational safety conscious features, all while dispensing a high volume of chilled or cool refreshing drinking water on demand.
These AquAid Non-Touch water dispensers offer a host of features including a non-contact dispense point; large bottle clearance height; ‘Freshield’ anti-microbial components and electricity free function.
Thanks to their durable design, low maintenance and running costs, these Mains-Fed Water dispensers are perfect for installation in any sector where there is a high demand for drinking water.
For your convenience as an AquAid customer, the resources of our National Benefits are at your disposal.
You also benefit from AquAid’s two decades of expertise in other aspects. Installing our water coolers means you are helping far-flung communities in need realise a better and safer water future. All at no added cost to your organisation.
We invite you to browse our range of non-touch water dispensers or to contact us directly for expert advice.
Last year, I blogged about some perhaps lesser known British trivia. There were the 3 ghosts in a manor house – one apparently being an ape and a cheese rolling tradition amongst other fab bits.
This year, we jump back onto that water wagon (all things water, remember) and we explore a few more bits of the trivial:
The national anthem of the United States – ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’- was composed by an Englishman, John Stafford Smith (1750-1836) from Gloucester. For some strange reason, when I was farm labouring in Kent, I used to sing the first few lines of said anthem. More racial memory stuff going on, I wonder?
The claim for the world’s oldest working railway is disputed between Tanfield Railway in County Durham, which oldest section dates from 1725, and Middleton Railway in West Yorkshire, which has been working continuously since 1758. Choo-choo!
The world’s first modern encyclopaedia was Chambers’ Cyclopaedia, or Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, published in 1728 in London. It pre-dates the Encyclopédie of Diderot and D’Alembert by over two decades.
Established in 1734, Bennett’s of Irongate in Derby is the oldest department store in the world, pre-dating by over 100 years the first department stores in the USA, France or other parts of Britain. It is still trading in the original building.
It is in England that the first postage stamps appeared. The first Penny Post was invented by entrepreneur William Dockwra in the 1680’s for delivery of packets within London. The first nation-wide stamp (and first adhesive stamp) was the Penny Black, introduced in 1840 as part of Rowland Hill’s postal reforms. Because Britain was the first country to issue national stamps, British stamps still have the unique distinction of not mentioning the country’s name on them.
The custom of afternoon tea was devised in 1840 by Anna Russell, Duchess of Bedford, who felt the need for an extra meal between lunch and dinner. She began inviting her friends to join her, and the custom quickly spread around British society and throughout the British Empire. Britain’s first tea room was opened in 1864 by the Aerated Bread Company at London Bridge.
We may not do tea to the standard of the Duchess of Bedford’s, but we do offer a rather fine selection of PG Tips amongst other hot drinks, so you can have your own afternoon tea. We supply the hot water dispenser, you supply the fine bone china, pinkie fingers and sarmies.