Keep hydrated, stay productive: the essential guide to hydration in the workplace

Wednesday, 15 January, 2014


Blood consists of 90% water and is responsible for the efficient transportation of vital nutrients around the body. Loss of fluids will eventually lead to dehydration, heat stress and fatigue, affecting worker productivity and safety.

This guide reviews the different stages of dehydration and the importance of staying hydrated in the workplace, as well as the role of electrolyte drinks in maintaining stamina during prolonged activity.


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