Health & Water AOK Monthly Sept. 2017

1) Water and Enviorment

Water is the source of human life and people can't live without water. Water is a necessary condition for all living things on earth. Without water, there can be no life. In an emergency, people can survive seven days without food, but the survival time is generally not more than twenty-four hours if there is no water. It is not hard to see that water is irreplaceable to all living things.

2) Water Technology

Water covers 71% of the Earth's surface. But the Element H2O Less than 1% of the global water reserves can be used for drinking, which is why, every day, we work on solutions for the treatment of the remaining water resources to achieve the best water quality for each of the many different application areas.

The water of Earth  100%    Freshwater  2.53%     Convenient used of freshwater  0.01%

3) Water and Health

Drinking Water May Help to Prevent and Treat Headaches
Dehydration can trigger headaches and migraines in some individuals.
Several studies have shown that water can relieve headaches in those who are dehydrated .
However, this appears to depend on the type of headache.
One study of 18 people found that water had no effect on the frequency of headaches, but did reduce the intensity and duration somewhat.
Drinking water can sometimes help relieve headache symptoms, especially in people who are dehydrated.

4)Why AOK Water?

Top 2 manufacturer of alkaline water filter products globally.
30,000,000 Customers
Manufacturer for Walmart, Tesco, Pitcher of Life and other health stores in US and Canada, over 87 countries distributors from Europe, America, Oceania, South America, Africa, Asia and middle east countries and regions, and over 30,000,000 people drinking AOK water globally.

5)Water Market Trend

According to a report by Transparency Market Research, the global water purifier market, which was worth US$ 53.36 bn in 2016 will become worth US$110.02 bn by 2025 by rising at a CAGR of 8.4% during the period between 2017 and 2025.

The global water purifier market has been rising at a steady pace and going forward too will continue doing so. It is powered mainly by the growing needs of a burgeoning world population. The demand in urban pockets is comparatively much higher on account of the density of population and high levels of water pollution resulting from industrial waste and massive proportions of garbage being dumped into water bodies. The water dispensers, counter top, and pitcher filters segments are also expected to clock considerable growth in the upcoming years because of their compact size and less cycle time.

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