- Water and electrolytes are extremely important in ensuring that your body regulates itself properly. During exercise sweating can lead to losses of both of these and its important they are replaced. Dehydration and electrolyte imbalances can adversely impact health and exercise performance.
- Water is fine for general rehydration but if you’re looking to do extensive training that involves a lot of water and electrolyte loss, it might be work considering sports energy drinks to help with the process.
- With dehydration, the overall amount of water in the body declines, which reduces blood volume and skin blood flow. Consuming fluids at regular intervals will prevent dehydration.
- Thirst is an excellent indicator of dehydration: if you are thirsty, it is most likely you are dehydrated.
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