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SecoSan pregnancy

It is especially important for those who are pregnant to drink plenty of water. This is because you and your unborn baby need to be optimally supplied with fluid. However, during pregnancy, carrying heavy crates of bottled water is a taboo activity. Especially if you need to go up stairs to get to the room where you store the water, you should find another way to build up a reserve water supply at home. With a SecoSan stick from Trotec you turn tap water into a drink that is always fresh and healthy and which you can sip away at as often as you like. And this is done completely effortlessly.

Healthy water during pregnancy

Are you pregnant? Congratulations! The joy a child brings is of course immense. And you do everything you can to ensure that you and your unborn child are doing well and are not left wanting for anything. You follow the advice of the doctor. Products made with raw milk are taboo as they might contain pathogens that cause listeriosis. Fruit and vegetables are washed with particular care. Due to possible pathogens, you no longer eat vegetables raw and cook them instead. Sushi, raw or only medium-cooked meat as well as uncooked sausage products and pastries were the first things you crossed off your shopping list due to the risk of toxoplasmosis. You are happy to do this for your baby and even enjoy the change. This is because you know the reasons why you are placing these limitations on yourself.  Despite all the anticipation, you are nonetheless aware that a pregnancy is extremely strenuous for your body.

Drink at least two and a half litres

To make sure your body has enough strength to carry the child, it is vital that you take in plenty of fluids. This is because up until giving birth, your body has to increase its volume of blood by a third. In addition, the increasing level of oestrogen widens your veins. Therefore, your heart has to pump with more power than usual, which in turn can make your circulation lose its balance. Assist your body in the difficult task of managing the pregnancy in the most relaxed way possible. This is why experts recommend drinking at least two and a half litres of water a day.

Your water timetable

Your body can absorb water best if you drink it throughout the day divided into multiple servings. To be on the safe side, you can create your own water timetable: one glass of water before breakfast, two glasses with breakfast, a glass of juice spritzer before midday, a glass of water with lunch and so on. In order be able to enjoy drinking water confidently and with ease, you should always have fresh, healthy drinking water in the house.

SecoSan puts an end to hauling crates

You know that due to pregnancy you should not lift heavy weights – the recommendation for advanced pregnancies is usually “no more than five kilograms”. This is because the muscles of the pelvic floor, stomach and back should not be overloaded! This means that carrying crates of water is a taboo task.

To ensure that you always have pure, healthy water at home, we recommend that you get a SecoSan stick. You place this into a jug filled with tap water. It then binds the oxygen in the water and and works effectively against germs and bacteria with its silver ions. The SecoSan stick can be kept for a period of six months and works to provide a healthy source of fluids. Our recommendation: In the Trotec-Online-Shop we currently have many special offers for you. For example, the smallest design of the SecoSan stick, which reliably keeps up to 0.7 litres of water pure and germ-free, is currently available in a pack of three for just £ 7.64! The SecoSan stick 2 for two litres of pure water is also available in a double pack for £ 7.64.

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