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    題名: Effectiveness of a Water Intake Program at the Workplace in Physical and Mental Health Outcomes
    作者: Fu, Szu-kai
    關鍵詞: water intake;health outcomes;public health;butterfly effect;health promotion
    日期: 2022-04-09
    上傳時間: 2023-07-31 12:05:13 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Sage Journal
    摘要: Introduction
    Adequate water intake is a low-cost and effectively non-invasive strategy for individual health outcomes. We aimed to demonstrate the efficacy of water intake intervention in intensive-labor and static-type workplaces.

    Smart drinking cups were provided to the participants, and a built-in application (App) associated with the cup was downloaded on their phones. The App collected and recorded the amount of drinking water consumed by the participants set reminders for drinking water and drinking water health education information. We assessed the data, including the amount of and time interval between water intake, sedentary time, the degree of physical and psychological importance of oneself, self-satisfaction, and physical fitness.

    After the intervention, water intake in the two companies significantly increased during the reminder period compared with the non-reminder period. A significant increase was noted in week 3 in the amount of water intake by the participants after using the App, and the total sedentary time considerably decreased. Furthermore, the interval between water consumption decreased compared with the preintervention interval. The systolic and diastolic blood pressure decreased in the participants working at the static-type and intensive-labor workplaces after the intervention, respectively. The participants ' lower limb muscle performance also improved significantly, and the emphasis on self-care was significantly improved.

    The health-promoting effects of the water intake wellness intervention were akin to the butterfly effect. Besides significantly increasing water intake, the intervention improved other health behaviors, thereby benefiting physical and mental health. Hence, promoting water consumption in workplaces till it becomes a habit may benefit the employees.
    關聯: INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing 59, 469580221085778
    DOI: 10.1177/00469580221085778
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