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Gillian Russell examines the importance of water in our lives, whether we're drinking it, swimming in it or relaxing beside it.
Marine biologist Wallace J Nichols researched the power of water and discovered just how crucial it is to our mental and physical health, as well as our emotional wellbeing.
Director of the WEL Programme and former consultant clinician Dr David Reilly describes the kind of effects water - in all shapes and forms - can have on our health.
Writer Ruth Fitzmaurice reveals just why water has become her salvation and describes her reasons for swimming in the sea - often at night, sometimes naked, mostly with friends.
Neil Shah from the Stress Management Society shares his experiences of trying out a flotation tank.
Fiona Thackeray from Trellis explains how water in the garden can have therapeutic qualities - ideal for our mental health and wellbeing.
And if you want to know just how much of the stuff you should be drinking each day, we'll have the answer!
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