Clean and Healthy Drinking Water

Clean and Healthy Drinking Water

The recommended daily intake amount for water is to drink half your body weight in ounces. That means, a 150 pound person should drink 75 ounces of water each day. If a glass of water is 8 ounces, that is roughly 9 1/2 glasses of water daily to be properly hydrated.

Dehydration Facts

Dehydration occurs when the body does not have enough water to function at a peak level. The two types of dehydration are:

  • Mild dehydration – This causes fatigue or lack of alertness. It can lead to headaches or muscle cramps as the body uses more of its own water to function.
  • Severe dehydration – This can cause irritability, shortness of breath, dizziness, or even shock.

Different research studies have claimed that every 1% that you are dehydrated can cause a decrease of up to 5% in cognitive function. Drinking only five 16 ounce glasses of water a day will increase your cognitive performance by a great deal.

Hydration and Health

Hydration is an absolute key to a long and healthy life. Just maintaining proper water intake decreases the chance of a heart attack by as much as 45%!

Water helps maintain your ideal body weight by increasing metabolism and regulating appetite. Water intake helps weight loss! Drinking water has been shown to increase metabolism by as much as 30%!

Our Water Systems and Your Health

Given the many ways that water is key to health, you should make sure that the water you and your family drink is of the highest quality. Central Florida Water Treatment systems are designed to treat our local water. We are committed to providing you with the best water possible!