In the times when the entire world is fighting against Coronavirus, what should we do to help curtail its widespread? It’s simple - ‘Stay at Home’. Taking care of ourselves and our families at home is the best thing we can do in this current situation. Being at home not only keeps us safe, but also provides us an opportunity to take care of our health and well-being. While it is crucial to be mindful of our diet during these times, it is equally important to ensure that we stay well hydrated.
In the comfort of our homes, we may not always feel thirsty because of less physical activities or simply because we are caught up with various activities at home. But it’s important to ensure that we monitor our water intake and keep our bodies well hydrated. Water is essential for efficient functioning our body as it constitutes about two-thirds of our body weight; carries nutrients and flushes waste out of our body. It plays a critical role in most chemical reactions happening inside our body along with offering several other benefits.
While you might be aware of the above benefits of drinking water, you will be surprised to learn that your drinking water can also help boost immunity and build the resilience to fight off bacteria and viruses. For instance, Pureit Copper+ RO boosts your immunity by infusing pure copper in 100% RO purified water with its unique Copper Charge TechnologyTM. As prescribed in Ayurveda, drinking copper enriched water regularly is a simple way to boost your immunity, metabolism, and enhance your overall well-being. You can also fortify your health by drinking purified water from Pureit range of water purifiers that ensure your water is 100% safe without viruses and bacteria along with enriching it with minerals like Calcium and Magnesium. Hence, drinking purified water every day in sufficient quantity can improve your health and well-being in multiple ways.
So how much water is enough during these times? While there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to drinking water, an average adult should aim to drink 8 glasses of water per day. This quantity should increase depending on the level of your physical activities, climatic conditions and so forth. Children between the age of 4 to 8 years should drink about 40 ounces per day or 5 glasses and slightly older children (teenagers) need about 6 to 8 glasses of water a day along with nutritious fruits and veggies which are also full of water.
During these challenging times, let’s take care of ourselves and our loved ones by staying at home, eating nutritious, well-balanced diet and being hydrated at all times.