Drinking water for focus
A plentiful supply of refreshing, pure water helps focus – in offices, schools, factories, in the health sector and in sport.
- When people are thirsty mental performance declines by 10 per cent while tiredness and irritability increase. Lack of focus means poor productivity.
- Official guidelines require schools to provide easy access to free, fresh drinking water throughout the day – underlining the benefits of water drinking on focus and achievement.
- Cool, pure drinking water improves concentration, lifts results and makes for a happier workplace or classroom.
- Children need to drink at least three to four glasses of water a day at school, even more after exercise or in warm weather.
- Failing to drink enough water can lead to headaches, poor concentration, tiredness, urinary problems and constipation – undermining the ability to focus and work productively.
- “Enhanced water provision contributes to a more settled and productive learning environment.” (Food in Schools Report, 2005)