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Hydration matters

Hydration matters - header image.pngThe easiest thing you can do to feel better today is to keep your body hydrated.

Your body is about 60% water, and you won’t feel as well as you could if you don’t keep your water levels right throughout the day. Water is the single most important thing you can put in your mouth for your mental and physical health and wellbeing.

Your water, your life

In Scotland our water is world class, fresh, cool and great-tasting. We’ve partnered with Scottish Water to encourage everyone to stay hydrated and choose our nation's greatest natural resource, straight from the tap - it’s great for your health, your pocket and our planet.

Hydration matters - your free guide

Browse or download your free Hydration Matters guide for helpful tips on how to stay hydrated, information on how your body uses water and key signs of hydration to look out for. 

Download the Hydration Matters guide

You can also have a copy posted out to you for free by calling the Age Scotland helpline on 0800 12 44 222. (Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm)

Scottish Water Priority Services Register

Your water and waste water services are essential to daily life, and it’s often not until these services are interrupted that you appreciate just how important they are. Some people rely on these services more than others, such as those with medical conditions, older people, young children or people living with disabilities.

In order for Scottish Water to ensure customers receive the support they require, they have a Priority Services Register (PSR). This helps them look after customers who have extra communication, access or safety needs. 

Find out more about the Scottish Water Priority Services Register

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