What’s in your water?
The answer is no-one really knows, because it’s all in your tap.
The answers are all very different.
We’ve tried to find the most relevant ones for you and the people around you.
The water you drink will depend on what you’re eating, what you need, what your schedule is like and whether you’re using a water filter.
We also checked how much water you use, so it’s important to take the water with you if you’re outside or on a public transport, and check if you need a water treat for your skin, too.
You can read more about how much you need to drink.
If you’re worried about drinking more water, you might want to take a few more showers and wear a bathing suit to help with dehydration.
Read more about drinking water.
What is a filtered water supply?
A filtered water source is a system of pipes and pumps that use water from underground, and then the water is filtered out using an automated system that uses high pressure to break up the dissolved solids in the water.
This process removes any potentially harmful substances, such as salts, and prevents contaminants from leaching into the water that can harm your health.
There are two main types of filtered water supplies: tap water and bottled water.
You use bottled water when you’re at home and the tap water is usually boiled or filtered with a filter.
A bottle of water is not necessarily safe to drink when it’s in contact with your skin.
The two types of water are different in terms of quality, taste and appearance.
How to use bottled and filtered water The bottled water you need depends on what kind of water you’re drinking.
If it’s filtered and filtered using a high-pressure machine, you need bottled water, which contains about 20 per cent more minerals than tap water.
If the water you’ve got is boiled, you can boil the water, add salt or water to the water and then boil it again, as long as it’s kept at a temperature of around 140C (300F).
You can buy bottled water online or you can buy it at a supermarket.
You also need to pay for the water treatment when it comes to your tap water, either by paying extra for a filter or paying for a treatment.
You could pay to have the water treated by a third party, but this will usually be more expensive than a filter, and the treatment can take several weeks.
The filter can also be purchased separately, and it can remove certain contaminants, such in some cases nitrates and nitrites.
But you should always follow the instructions for the filter, or ask a doctor if you have any concerns.
What about using a drip filter?
A drip filter is a filter that is attached to the tap.
If there is a problem with the water from the tap, it’s usually attached to a drip, which makes the water drip out of the tap without the need for a pump or other water treatment equipment.
This can be very useful if you are in a dry, hot environment or if you want to use your water for cooking or cleaning.
You should be aware, however, that a drip is only effective if the water’s temperature is at least 150C (356F) and you’re not using a filter on the water itself.
So, when you need fresh water, try to avoid using a tap water for a period of time.
If your tap is leaking, you may be able to use a drip and then return the water to tap water later to use it again.
What if you get diarrhoea from drinking water?
Some people who drink tap water may get diarrhoeal symptoms from drinking contaminated water.
Drinking water that’s not properly treated can cause harmful bacteria to grow and multiply, which can cause diarrhoeas.
There is also a risk of causing illness by over-washing your hands, so you should wash your hands regularly.
If symptoms do occur, call your doctor or go to hospital, as diarrhoeac symptoms can spread quickly and people can become ill from drinking a water source that’s contaminated.
The most common symptoms of diarrhoease are: diarrhoeae that don’t go away after a few hours of not drinking water Source: BBC Sport article Drinking water can have other health effects that we don’t cover in this guide.
Some water can be harmful if you eat raw or undercooked fish or shellfish, so be sure to check the labels on the fish and shellfish you’re buying.
For a list of the different types of foods, check out our Food Safety Guide.
The following table shows the health risks of drinking water, based on our findings.
Water health risks Drinking water is generally safe, but some people are at higher risk of drinking unsafe water.
Some of these risk factors are: drinking too much water – you need more than four glasses of water a day to drink two cups of water Source : BBC Sport and The