There is ample information available about refreshment, refreshing, how to refresh. We decided to take a closer look at what exactly refresh means – when pertaining to hydration that is.

Drinking water regularly doesn’t often top the refreshment list – it’s often seen as a chore more than something one does for enjoyment. Which is a pity as making regular visits to your water cooler – whether it be a mainsfed or bottled water dispenser to replenish your water glass or bottle – is just about the simplest and kindest manner in which to refresh yourself.

There are scores of literature and countless research and case studies available that illustrate the refreshment arising from ensuring you have a constant supply of drinking water available throughout your working hours.

A few refreshing facts – drinking water regularly:

  • Increases your brain’s ability to better concentrate and focus – aiding all round cognitive function.
  • Is one of the best ways to *boost your metabolism; one study* found that people who drank as little as 500ml water had their metabolic rates increase by 30 percent.
  • Improves mood and well-being, which in itself creates feeling refreshed.
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles, plumps up the skin leaving you feeling invigorated and refreshed.

No matter your physical makeup, level of activity, the type of work you do, drinking water is truly the simplest route to feeling refreshed every day. Cheers! 

*sources: and Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism