Elderly People

Elderly People

It is well known that every age group of people has its own physiological peculiarities. Water is the basis for life and it participates in all the necessary processes of the organism, playing a great role particularly in the life of elderly people. As it is known 60-70 % of the organism of elderly people consists of water and needs 1,5 l daily water intake besides the proportion got through food. Dehydration is one of the most frequent and significant reasons of hospitalization among people of the age over 55. This is because water is important for all necessary bodily processes. Hypertension, arthritis, circulation disorders, unstable body temperature, kidney stones, indigestion and constipation are all common disorders found among elderly people which are directly or indirectly connected with the lack of normal water intake. Kidney function decreases with age, feeling of thirst becomes weaker, which sometimes leads to a decrease in the overall level of fluid in the body.
Active Lifestyle

Active Lifestyle

If you are going in for sports or just live with active lifestyle you need to drink more than the average drinking quota is. This is because people living with active lifestyle lose more water than the ones with passive way of living. When being physically active, a man weighting 70 kg should drink about 3.5-4l water per day on average. Drink the amount of water that your organism needs and you will not only be in a good shape but will also be healthy and will live long.
Mother and Baby

Mother and Baby

During pregnancy a common issue that mothers are concerned about is how much water to drink per day. As water plays a great role in having a healthy pregnancy, its intake must be relatively high and consistent throughout the pregnancy period, even in case of edema. During edema fluid accumulates in the interstitial space, and in case of restriction of fluids, water shortage will be noticed in the blood channel. Therefore, if a pregnant woman has edema, there is no need to drastically limit the intake of water. Fluid is the transportation system of body, carrying nutrients through the blood to the baby. The good quality of drinking water is also very important for a pregnant woman, as it is safe for both her and her baby’s health.
Children

Children

Children are the meaning of our life. We always care about them, wishing them to live long and healthy. They are full of energy and continuously want to get rid of it: they never stop running, playing and dancing. This means they lose very much water and consequently have great need for it. Why we had better choose water as primary beverage for our children? That is because it contains no calories, fat, cholesterol or caffeine which we can find in many other types of beverages. Besides it is relatively cheap and thirst quenching. On average a 10 year old child, weighting 30 kg, has daily need of at least 1 liter water apart from what he gets from food.
Water is Life

Water is Life

Water is the only thing in the nature which is met in three forms: solid, liquid and gas. As it is known 2/3 of the human organism consists of water. Chronic evaporation is the primary reason of many degenerative diseases. The daily water demand of our organism is 2-3 l. We get 1.5 l of it through food and also 0.5 l is originated in the human body. Our appearance, health and productivity depend on purity of the water we drink. We have the right for the strictest requirements of water quality.